One of the best things about Hertfordshire is how close it is to London.
Depending on where you are in the county, it only takes a train of 20 to 30 minutes to reach the capital – one of the best cities in the world.
And in part of Hertfordshire, it becomes much easier to travel into the capital.
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Residents of St Albans are in pampering as not only is the Night Tube returning, but it is expanding to take to St Albans City.
With London’s nightlife fully running after the onslaught of the pandemic, partygoers from St Albans or the surrounding areas now have the comfort of knowing they’re coming home safely.
Not only is it a big deal for the city, but it also provides some history as St Albans is the only official city to get a 24-hour train connection from London, My London reports.
And residents want to know how fast the trip is to the capital, which only takes 17 minutes to get to and from St Pancras International by fast train and 33 minutes for all stations.
The trains will also run every 15 to 60 minutes throughout the night, although there is a gap between 02:00 and 06:00 Sunday morning.
For those who do not know the city of Hertfordshire well, it is one of the most beautiful places on the transport network.
While you most likely will not be going there during the night, St Albans has so many amazing things that also make it a popular place for tourists.
The cathedral is one of the most amazing places to go during the day and night.
There are also some amazing parks and open areas scattered around the city.
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