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Shops, cafes and bus route from rail station

If you walk into town from the railway station, the most direct route take you down Station Road... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
Edmund R
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St Andrews, United Kingdom
Busy shopping street

This street is slightly away from the main area of colleges so has many more ordinary shops. It is... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
mjc404
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Derby, United Kingdom
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This main thoroughfare is in the center of Cambridge's lively shopping and dining district.
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16 May 2017
“Shops, cafes and bus route from rail station”
22 May 2016
“Busy shopping street”
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Reviewed 16 May 2017

If you walk into town from the railway station, the most direct route take you down Station Road, Regent Street, and then St Andrew's Street. This is not a particularly interesting street although some shops like Chocolat Chocolat are a treat. The main town centre...More

Thank Edmund R
Reviewed 22 May 2016

This street is slightly away from the main area of colleges so has many more ordinary shops. It is relatively traffic-free, although there will be occasional delivery vehicles. The main problem, as in many other places in Cambridge, is the large number of cyclists who...More

Thank mjc404
Reviewed 27 May 2015

I often visit St Andrew's street. I pop into a well known book shop nearby, which is good. Cyclists are a real problem in the area, they do not look where they are going.

Thank ATTACKHAMMER
Reviewed 26 May 2015

St. Andrew's Street is a great street in Cambridge full of shops and history. At one end is Hardy's Traditional Sweet Shop, then you have Heffers, The Little Shop On The Corner, culminating at the Senate House. It's a traditionally cobbled street and gets quite...More

Thank Jordanovichy
Reviewed 3 February 2013

Cyclists give very little regard to pedestrians even in the closed off areas to any bike or vehicle. Usual High Street type shops and chains. Independent stores are hard to find.

2  Thank Carol M
Reviewed 10 April 2012

You get a very good range of shops, cafeteria and pubs on this busy road with easy access to Parkers P

1  Thank John T
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