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Hertfordshire

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Revision as of 11:43, 3 January 2008

Hertfordshire is a county in eastern England, located north of London, in the region known as East Anglia.

Regions

Cities, towns and villages

Map of Hertfordshire

Cities

Towns

Villages

Other destinations

  • Hatfield House
  • Wimpole Farm
  • Whipsnade London Zoological Society Wildpark

Understand

Talk

Get in

Hertfordshire is to the north of London and is easily accessible by train (from London Kings Cross or London Euston) or by any of the major roads heading north out of London. London's 3rd airport at Stansted connects to many international destinations, and connects to the train services, offering connecetions to London or Cambridge.

Get around

Rail links, as mentioned, run north-south but there are no services running east-west across the county so the alternative is bus/coach travel or car

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Itineraries

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Eat

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Stay safe

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