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Situated in the south east of England, the county of Cambridgeshire lies in East Anglia and has a population of over 125,000 people. The county lies just 50 miles from London, providing homeowners with easy access to the capital. The county is also home to Cambridge, one of Britain’s best-known cities thanks to its world-famous university and the annual boat race between Cambridge and Oxford universities.
The area is so well known for its technological knowledge and output that it is now one of the most important technology centres in Europe.
The county of Cambridgeshire has a wealth of fantastic transport links, including the M11 motorway and the A14, fantastic overground train services, a fantastic bus network and an airport. All ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around Cambridgeshire.
Home owners in Cambridgeshire are served by regular trains to King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations in London from the city’s central train station. Cambridge also has trains that access many other UK destinations such as Leicester, Birmingham, King's Lynn, Norwich, Ipswich and Stansted Airport.
The county’s bus network is particularly robust, and includes free Park and Ride bus services and the excellent Citi bus network, both of which travel regularly around the county and the city of Cambridge.
Cambridge Airport lies just 2.5 miles from the city centre, and offers travellers worldwide destinations such as Dublin, Jersey, Amsterdam, Verona and the USA.
But it’s not all about public transport and cars on the roads. Cambridge has been designated as one of the UK’s “cycling cities”. Awarded in 2008, Cambridge is one of 11 cities in the UK to receive this accolade.