Driving Lessons St Albans
St Albans is an old Roman town in the county of Hertfordshire. Many Roman ruins can still be viewed in St Albans including segments of a Roman wall and theatre. Some of these sites can be a ways outside town. The highlight of any sightseeing tour of St Albans is the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Albans. This incredibly well maintained building is set in landscaped grounds complete with a large lake populated with swans. The St Albans Verulamium Museum is close by, which tells the story of the city during Roman times, especially popular with school children who are bought here as part of their local education classes. Shoppers will be interested in the two local markets.
St Albans Market takes over the entire high street two days a week, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The larger Farmers market takes place close by on the second Sunday of each month. St Albans maintains the dubious title of the highest density of pubs per square mile in the UK. The most famous of these St Albans pubs is the Fighting Cocks; this is the oldest pub to be found in England and is still open every day. St Albans has a number of excellent restaurants, most notable being Wagamama which is a very trendy and hip Japanese restaurant right in the town centre.
St Albans Station is on the London to Luton Airport line, with direct connections to Luton and St Pancras, there is also a smaller railway line connecting St Albans to Watford Junction.