Cambridge is really beautiful and there’s so much amazing history to immerse yourself in. It’s easy to get around by bike or bus (Â£1 for students and it goes everywhere you’d need to) but not by car so if people want to drive to see you they might want to think again, or use the park and ride. Nights out are fab, especially if you go to a themed night - book tix early to avoid queuing on the door though, that always kills the buzz. Pre well because drinks are a bit pricey and it’s better to save your money for the chip van before you walk back! Shopping is expensive in general - Aldi needs a bit of a cycle and Wilko is in the Grafton centre so a bit of a walk from most colleges, although if you visit the market you can get cheap fruit and veg. I’d suggest avoiding the Grand Arcade unless you need something in one of the shops there - it’s not got much for everyone and tends to only have the expensive end of each product. There’s loads to do for tourists but could probably be a bit more sports-wise - a climbing wall is coming soon but I wish there was an ice rink or more pool options. There is the University Sports Centre for most stuff so it has the basics, just not everything. Loads of places to eat out at all times of the day and some very good takeaways too - I recommend Curry Queen (free delivery too). Overall, I love it here!