We specialise in taxi transfer from Cambridge to Stansted offering affordable service 24 x7. We offer a small to a large fleet of vehicles to cater to different requirements of passengers. For years we have been operating in and around the UK, providing personal and corporate taxi services. Today we function in over 50 cities in the UK, covering over 100 pin-codes for pick and drop service.
Pre-Book Cambridge to Stansted Cabs Online
We offer a ‘Meet and greet’ service that can be pre-booked to pick up your friends, family, business clients from the airport. The driver will wait with the passenger’s name and drive to the desired destination in this service. This makes it comfortable for the ones who are visiting the country for the first time.
Premium Cab Booking Service
In case of a delay in flight or early arrival, we reschedule the passenger pickup. This is done simply by keeping track of your flight. So the next time you want us to pick you or your business client, ask us to track the flight so that you can have a sound sleep. The premium cabs we provide are flexible but also luxurious and will surely provide for all your comforts.
Air Conditioned and Spacious cars For Comfort
All our cars are air-conditioned. You can choose and ask the driver to switch on and off the air-conditioning for a comfortable journey. Additionally, you can pick from a wide range of cars we offer to depend upon the number of passengers travelling with you, the amount of luggage you have etc. Our vehicles are checked for any issues before every trip to rest assured that you will not face any mishaps.
Instant pickup from major airports
We are operating across the UK and are available for pickups from all major airports. While booking your cab, let us know your pick up location, and we will reach you instantly. Additionally, we offer instant pick-up service to and from various locations in the UK, including Aberdeen, Blackpool, East-Midlands, Liverpool, Sheffield, Southampton, Southend, and many more…
What we know as Cambridge today was historically the administrative county of Cambridgeshire in England. It is situated in the sound of the Fens country and on the banks of the River Cam. Cambridge is a proper university town in England and is the home to the prestigious Cambridge University. Many Churches in the city have breathtaking Roman architecture, such as St. Benter’s, Holy Norman Sepulchre, and many more. One can also calm their eyes with the beautiful Botanical Gardens of Cambridge University. The city even has an excellent road and railways connection to London and the rest of England.
Places to visit in Cambridge
Cambridge is mostly famous for its prestigious institutions, but many would not know that it’s lush greens sweeping the scenery are just as deserving of the applause. There is much to see in Cambridge, like Kings’ college and Chapel and queens’ college and the famous Mathematical Bridge, The Cambridge University Botanical Garden, Trinity College and St. Mary’s Church. There is also the Fitzwilliam Museum which is the most renowned spot and a must-see for any tourist. You can even visit the Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, which is sure to leave you with more knowledge than before.
The airport was built on a former base that was used in World War II. Stansted is the third busiest airport in London, and it serves 27 million passengers every year. It has a huge capacity and a different route because it can bring more passengers from Europe than any other airport in Stansted. It has over 22 airlines functioning in more than 40 countries bringing the total number of destinations up to 200. It has one runway and runs very smoothly with that. The top visited destinations from this airport are Dublin, Rome, Malaga, Barcelona and Cologne.
Places to visit in Stansted
Stansted is famous for its scenery and rustic feel. The popular spots mostly comprise gardens, castles, museums and fields that are bathed in green. The most renowned court among tourists is Mountfitchet Castle and Normal Village. The castle is famous for a vast windmill that is situated on its premises. Places like these can be a rich source of local history. There is also the Gardens of Easton Lodge, making for a tremendous post-lunch afternoon stroll that is calming and leisurely. You can visit their website for the timings and days to rejoice at the variety of fauna they have in the garden.