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Highlights in St Albans
- Great monumental wealth
- Quiet atmosphere
- Second largest cathedral in the UK
- Clock Tower
- Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
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Holiday rentals and lettings in St Albans
Looking for cheap holiday rentals in St Albans for a weekend or multi-day getaway near the city of London? Holidu offers you the possibility of choosing between dozens of tourist rentals located in the very centre of the city, very close to the cathedral and the Verulamium Park. An area that is well connected to the British capital, with a train station that takes you to the centre of London in less than 20 minutes. So you can enjoy a quiet atmosphere, away from the bustling capital, and at the same time be in a short time when you want to make a visit. What are you waiting for to book your rental in St Albans?Modern rentals with everything you need
In addition to holiday rentals, in St Albans you will also find some charming British style houses, located in very quiet residential neighbourhoods. Although some are ideal for couples and families because they offer space for 2, 4 and 6 people, the fact is that the houses and cottages are perfect for those traveling with children because most of them have a terrace or garden. While the rentals are a very comfortable and economical option for couples, decorated with a very modern and youthful style. In addition, they are all perfectly equipped for you to enjoy a better stay than if you were in your own home. Don't wait any longer to book your holiday rental in St Albans!
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The area and how to move
Located in the south of Hertfordshire County, St Albans is a charming city of approximately 82,000 inhabitants that has managed to combine its historical legacy with large green areas and a great offer of leisure for all audiences, based mainly on shops and restaurants, which makes it an ideal destination for families looking for tranquillity and at the same time activities to do. In addition, many of its houses were built during the interwar period and during the subsequent expansion, giving it a traditional appearance with much charm. Many of them are offered as holiday rentals today.A paradise to disconnect less than half an hour from London
St Albans is located midway between central London and Luton airport. An oasis of tranquillity just 30 km from London. The best way to get there is by train from London Blackfriars or London Euston. Normally, travellers visiting the English capital do not usually notice this small town, but it is a big mistake, as it is the perfect destination to spend a few days without stress and, at the same time, enjoy many cultural visits of great interest. What are you waiting for to rent a letting in St Albans and come and see it?
Types of travellers and activities
St Albans is a city with over 2,000 years of history and great cultural wealth that has traditionally been overshadowed by London's capital. The point is that we're talking about one of the star cities in Hertfordshire County. A small corner in the purest British style with a wide range of monumental leisure and gastronomic. With a beautiful layout of narrow cobblestone streets and a thousand magical corners that await the visitor to surprise him at every corner. All this makes it an ideal destination both for a weekend getaway and to enjoy London but without suffering the stress and bustle of the capital. Book your St Albans letting today and come and see it!St Albans for history lovers
St Albans is a city with an impressive wealth of monuments, with many buildings of great architectural value and very interesting museums. The Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban, St Albans Cathedral, St Peters C Of E Church and Marlborough Road Methodist Church are a must for architecture lovers. And for those who enjoy visiting museums, don't miss the Verulamium Museum, the Museum Of St Albans and the St. Albans Organ Museum - book a letting in the city centre of St Albans so you won't miss a thing!
Did you know that St Albans boasts the oldest pub in England? It's about the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks.
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The Verulamium Museum houses over forty Roman mosaics, some of which are among the best found in Britain. An interesting journey through Roman times, where you can also admire vestiges of the fortifications and a hipocaust (central heating system).2. Feel small before the immensity of the St Albans Cathedral
St Albans Cathedral is the city's most emblematic monument. Famous both for its beauty and for being the second largest of all UK and for having the longest spacecraft in England. Entrance is totally free.3. Climb to the top of the Clock Tower bell tower
The Clock Tower is the only bell tower preserved in medieval England. Its bell has been in operation for more than six centuries and you will be able to hear it if you are able to climb the 93 steps of its stairs. But in addition, the effort is rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of the entire city.4. Visit the Roman Theatre
It is the only Roman theatre in Britain. Although it has not reached our days in the best possible state of conservation, at the time it housed more than 2,000 people. In addition, recent excavations have found some vestiges of buildings and shops from the same period in the surrounding area.5. Have a pint in the oldest pub in England
Is there anything more typical of England than a good pint? St Albans is proud to be one of the UK cities with the highest number of pubs per square metre, so you'll have plenty of places to choose from. One of the best is the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, the oldest in England.