An added bonus to a course at EC Cambridge would be visits to the attractive and historic towns and cities in the province of England known as East Anglia. Ely, Bury St Edmunds and the capital Norwich are just a short train ride away.
Within walking distance through open countryside lives the very pretty village of Granchester and its outdoor tearoom “the orchard”. Here came groups of famous intellectuals like Rupert Brooke, Virginia Wolfe, Wildenstein and Sigmund Freud trying to solve the world’s woes over a cup of tea under the apple trees. Even today world famous author Jeffrey Archer lives in the village continuing a tradition that goes back over 700 years. Geoffrey Chaucer is the first man to write in modern English set one of his famous ”Canterbury tales‘’ here. The bawdy adventures of 2 cambridge students took place here at the mill that still spans the river. Tread in the footsteps of same of the world’s most famous men and women.