The train, although a little more expensive, is by far the most convenient way to travel between Ipswich and Cambridge. One National Express bus per day departs from Old Cattle Market bus station to Cambridge at 0940. It takes 1 hour 50 minutes and costs 9.90 GBP single or 12.90-15.80 GBP return. After booking online, you will be issued with an e-ticket, which you need to print out and take with you, or an m-ticket, which is sent to your mobile phone. Otherwise you can get at ticket at the bus station.
After booking online, you will be issued with an e-ticket, which you need to print out and take with you, or an m-ticket, which is sent to your mobile phone. Otherwise you can get at ticket at the bus station. Buses from Ipswich to Cambridge can be very crowded at times and there is no guarantee of a place unless you book in advance.
There is an hourly direct train service to Cambridge. It takes 1 hour 25 minutes and costs 10.30 GBP single or 16.30 GBP for an off peak return.
The UK train ticketing system is notoriously complicated. It is usually cheaper to buy your tickets up to 6pm on the day before you travel than on the day. And fares are more expensive if you travel before 09:30.
On arrival in Cambridge, it is a 15-minute walk to the town centre, or you can catch a taxi outside the station for around 5 GBP. There is also a bus that runs about every 10 minutes.
To walk, exit the station and continue along Station Road, which is directly in front of you. At the T-junction, turn right onto Hills Road, which takes you towards the city centre.
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