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St. Albans
St Albans has been welcoming visitors from far afield for 2000 years. First built as Verulamium by the Romans, the city was renamed St. Albans after the first British Christian martyr. [more...]



Directions

Travelling to St. Albans could not be easier….

By rail, just 30 minutes from London, St. Albans is served by the Thames link service through central London from the South Coast and Gatwick, to Luton and Bedford. The Silverlink service via Watford connects St. Albans with the main West Coast line from London Euston to Scotland.

By road, close to the M1, and M25, St. Albans is accessible from all parts of the UK.

By bus and coach, on the local bus network, St. Albans is well connected including services from North London, Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield, Luton and Watford. The green Line service links St. Albans with Heathrow and West London through to Harlow in Essex. Bt air, both Luton and Stansted airports are close by, with flights from many European cities and connections to the rest of the world. London Gatwick and Heathrow are also easily accessible from St. Albans.

For Information contact Hertfordshire Traveline (0345) 244 344 (Within UK Only)

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