The five places your international student must know if you live in Cambridge
Cambridge Farmers’ Market
It is an outdoor space that is only open on Saturdays and Wednesdays during the summer. In this market you can have a delicious coffee, buy fresh and prepared food for a picnic or buy handmade products.
Visit Langdon Hall
This is a famous hotel that has a restaurant and spa. It is a place to eat, relax and enjoy, and although it has high prices it is a place worth knowing for its natural areas and its history, a day visit would be great to see this old farm turned into a hotel.
This beautiful park has tennis courts and playgrounds. You can go hiking and it’s a great spot for a picnic!
Plan a visit to the theater
As a cultural and historical city, Cambridge has many theaters that offer a variety of shows throughout the year, so it is an activity you can do with your exchange student, remember that they will be part of your family during this stay in your home.
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
The conservatory is a lovely place to visit, as you will be able to experience the world of butterflies. You will see thousands of them, brought from various parts of the planet. You will also find plants, insects and birds. This is a must-see if you are a nature lover.
These are just some of the places around the city that you can take your international exchange student to see. They are at the top of the list for getting acquainted with the city and familiarizing students with it during their stay. They are also activities that will help the newcomer and his or her hosts gain confidence and gradually feel comfortable in their new temporary home.