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St. Albans is the only city in the county of Hertfordshire. Visitors flock to the city to explore its Roman past, evident from the vast collection of Roman ruins spread across the city. The city’s architecture is a blend of different periods while many of its buildings have a strong Roman influence. The English cathedral city is notorious for having the most number of pubs and bars per square mile.
St. Albans is accessible by road. It is located close to the M1, M25, and M10 motorways. If you are traveling by train from London, First Capital Connect railway runs from London St. Pancras to the main St. Albans Station. The other railway station, St Albans Abbey Station is located at south of the city centre at the foot of Holywell Hill. From here you can connect to London Euston, and north to Birmingham. Buses ply frequently across the city and to neighbouring towns. There is a direct bus service to Heathrow Airport. Most locals and visitors travel the city by foot, which takes an hour at the most. There is a taxi stand at the main train station and on St. Peter’s Street.
St. Albans offers a host of accommodation options that include budget hotels such as the Comfort Inn and Inn Keepers Lodge. The Thistle on Watford Road is a country-house-style hotel with all the trappings of a modern hotel. The hotel features a health & leisure club, a fitness room, aerobics studio, and indoor swimming pool.
The city is a shopper’s paradise with high street brands and smaller shops all located in the historic main street close to the Clock Tower. Watch out for market days on Wednesdays, Saturdays and the second Sunday of every month.
One of the major attractions is the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban at Stumpter Yard. Entry to the cathedral is free while you can catch up with a free Evensong concert on weekdays at around 5pm. Free guided tours of the museum are available from Monday and Saturday at 11:30am and at 2pm on Saturdays as well. The church was built with recycled Roman bricks. Highlights of the cathedral include the Norman Tower and a series of 12th century wall paintings. Located on Hatfield Road is the Museum of St. Albans, where you can discover the story of the historic cathedral city. There are lively displays that portray the city’s transformation from a market town to a modern commuter city. Exclusive to the museum is the famous Salaman Collection of trade and craft tools that appeal to the enthusiast as well as the non-specialist. Admission to the museum is free while there is a gift shop where you can pick up some souvenirs. For a closer look at the late Charles Hart Collection of mechanical musical instruments, pay a visit to the St Albans Organ Museum, home to a Mills Violano and WurliTzer organ.
Visitors can spend a day at the Verulamium Park, a large park with a lake and water birds that thrive in the River Ver that runs along its northern edge. Within the park are the remains of the Roman walls, and what is considered the oldest pub in Britain – Ye Olde Fighting Cocks. The park turns into a great venue for entertainment in summer with a host of music festivals.