Cambridge is a city built along the Charles River in Middlesex County, Massachusetts (part of the Boston metropolitan area). It is world-famous mostly for its two prestigious academic institutions that rate among the best in the world, Harvard University and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Cambridge ranks 5th in the list with the most populous Massachusetts cities. Except for being a dream destination for most students in the world, Cambridge is also a very fascinating destination for travelers. Its major characteristic is that is being divided into many squares, that why it is also known as the “City of Squares.” Here, you have a wide selection of first-class museums, art galleries, restaurants, performing art centers, cafes, etc. Overall, it is a place with dozens of points of interest that will surely keep you occupied for at least a week. A few of the top Cambridge attractions include Harvard Art Museums, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Harvard Square, the MIT Museum, Longfellow House – Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, American Repertory Theater, Charles Riverboat Company, Sanders Theatre, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, there are many excellent and nearby Cambridge that charge $100 – $200 per room per night.