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Barnet

The North London Borough of Barnet is a thriving, bustling area with a plethora of bus and train services. The area is also served by the tube with High Barnet Station on the Northern Line and in Travelcard Zone 5. There is a popular football club, cricket club and athletic club so those of a...


Berkhamsted

In the west of Hertfordshire near to Tring you will find the historic town of Berkhamsted. The town is famous for its Norman castle as well as the lovely parish church of St Peter. We can’t claim that the stunning girls at Hertfordshire Escorts spend a great deal of time studying the...


Bishops Stortford

The historic market town of Bishop’s Stortford in East Hertfordshire has good transport links being close to the M1 as well as having its own railway station. The famous politician and founder of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) Cecil Rhodes was born here. If you enjoy live music there is a...


Cheshunt

With a population of over fifty thousand Cheshunt is a thriving town with all of the attractions, entertainment and amenities a traveller or reveller could need. And it is only thirteen miles from Central London so if you fancy a jaunt into the big city it’s easy and inexpensive to...


Hatfield

With the stunning Hatfield House attracting thousands of visitors every year, the Mill Green Museum and a surfeit of pubs and restaurants there is plenty to see and do in this Hertfordshire Town. And what’s more it is a doddle to visit with both the M25 and the A1 close by as well as two...


Hemel Hempstead

Over eighty thousand people call Hemel Hempstead home and with such a sizeable population you know that there is plenty to see and do in this new town. Why not visit the marina at Apsley Lock, the Museum of Technology (

Hertford

With around twenty five public houses and nightclubs in Hertford one can see why it has become a mecca for many young people in North London. The lively nightlife experience is further enhanced with over thirty restaurants and takeaways in the town. Check out The Whistling Duck (

Hitchin

A real highlight in Hitchin is the annual Rhythms of the World festival where you will find many a model escort shaking her groove thing to acts from Cuba, Senegal, Singapore and the Congo to name but a few. All about Hitchin -

Letchworth

Letchworth is also known as Letchworth Garden City and if you are interested you will find a museum devoted to this aspect of the town. For those of a sporty disposition the town is a veritable paradise with a vast range of sporting activities catered for including but not limited to hockey,...


St Albans

It is hard to believe but the dystopian novel ‘We’, written in nineteen twenty one by the Russian novelist Yevgeny Zamyatin was influenced by the Hertfordshire town of St Albans! Whilst some may argue that it is stiflingly suburban I really don’t think it would be fair to...


Stevenage

<p>If I said that Stevenage stood in for Langley, Virginia in a Hollywood movie, in particular that external shots of the GlaxoSmithKline building stood in for CIA Headquarters you would probably think I was mad but it's perfectly true! The Brad Pitt/Robert Redford movie Spy Game used...


Waltham Cross

If you like outdoor markets then you are well catered for in Waltham Cross as ait holds not one but two a week, as well as seasonal French and German markets. If you enjoy a night in the smoke but aren’t too keen on paying for a late night taxi you will be pleased to hear that there is a...


Ware

History Buffs will relish a visit to the Ware Museum, housed as it is in an old second world war command bunker! Lovers of fine food and fine wine will prefer an evening at the Vine gastropub ( http://www.thevineware.co.uk/ ) on the High Street: you...


Watford

With a population of eighty thousand people Watford is a thriving metropolis offering every amenity a modern day visitor could need. Pubs, clubs, restaurants, cinemas and more, you are sure to find somewhere special to take that lovely lady in Watford. And if you are between girlfriends why...


Welwyn Garden City

Just twenty miles from Central London the lovely Welwyn Garden City is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. The town was initially designed for ‘healthy living’ with plenty of wide open space and its cultural and historical significance attracts thousands of tourists every year from...