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Cambridge Food Tour – England

Experience Cambridge through the eyes of a foodie. Discover the best foods of Cambridge at speciality shops, famous Cambridge institutions and uncover hidden Cambridge on a fun walking tour, and be awed by the smooth Duke of Cambridge.

Your Cambridge Food Tour starts at 10.15 am in the heart of the old city, where we will kick off with a cup of coffee or tea.  We will take you on a 3 1/2 hour walking tour along the colleges, making our way to a part of Cambridge which not a lot of tourists get to see. After 3 1/2 hours of food tastings and English tipples, we will finish  at a “Prêt  à Porter Foodie shop” in the bustling heart of Cambridge.

What to expect

  • seven food tastings with various drinks and English tipples ( alcohol)
  • taste the Best of Cambridge and British food from unique products to authentic and traditional food
  • learn about some interesting local stories
  • learn about history of the sampled food
  • interesting foodie facts
  • discover areas of Cambridge other tourists hardly get to see


  • starts  10.15 am in the old centre
  • 3 1/2 hour walking tour, but there will be the opportunity of sitting down too
  • £ 50 pp, which includes 7 food tastings with coffee or tea and English tipples
  • £ 40 Children for 8 years old
  • £ 45 if no alcohol is consumed
  • Tours conducted in English and Dutch
  • Please make sure you wear good walking shoes and clothes for all weather conditions

Add on – St. John’s college punt

What better then to finish with drifting along the river Cam in a punt? Having learned everything about Cambridge and British food, you probably keen to find out about the rich history of the colleges. Jump in and we’ll do the hard work! Total for food tour and punting combined: £ 64 per person

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