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Train Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness

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The River Cam in Cambridge is a magical place whether you choose to walk along the river on the comfortable road that runs along or whether you prefer a picnic in the countryside. You can also visit the "B-side" of the university boat (punting).

Train Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness


The Natureland Seal Sanctuary in Skegness is worth a visit and within walking distance from the national road. You can see seals, penguins, lemurs, goats, turkeys, and crocodiles. It has an unusual wildlife mix, but it's pleasant and interesting if you have children or you like animals.

Here are the available modes of transport from Cambridge to Skegness.

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Train Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness

From Cambridge take the Cross County railway transport service that is bound to the city of Skegness. The travel time is three hours for US$140. For details: http://www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk/

Train Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness

Bus Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness

The distance from Cambridge to Skegness is 151 km. There are two bus rides to accomplish when travelling from Cambridge to Skegness. First, take the National Bus Express transport service that hails from Cambridge to Queens Gate station. From here, take the Stagecoach UK bus that departs from Bay 20 of the Queens Gate terminal and bound to the city of Skegness. The total travel time is four hours for US$25. For details: http://www.nationalexpress.com

If you want to drive, the travel time is two hours.

Airplane Ticket From Cambridge To Skegness

There are no commercial flights for this route. 

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