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Airports, Ports and Train Stations

St Albans to Heathrow - Heathrow to St Albans
St Albans to Gatwick - Gatwick to St Albans
St Albans to Stansted - Stansted to St Albans
St Albans to Luton - Luton to St Albans
St Albans to London City - London City to St Albans
St Alban to St Pancres - St Prancres to St Albans
St Albans to Kings Cross - Kings Cross to St Albans
St Albans to Southampton Port - Southampton Port to St Albans
St Albans to Harwich Cruise Port - Harwich to St Albans
St Albans to Dover - Dover to St Albans

Horse Racing Day Trips

St Albans to Ascot
St Albans to Cheltenham
Airport Taxis St Albans


Airport Taxis St Albans provide a first class Airport Taxi/ Airport Transfer service for  
St Albain and the surrounding region.

Airport Taxis St Albans covers St Albans, Harpenden, Wheathampsted, Chiswick Green, Frogmore, North Mimms, Shenley, Radlett and all aera's inbetween. Transporting people to and from all airports.

Airport Taxis St Albans run a fleet of Saloon cars, 6 Seater M.P.V.s and 8 Seater Transporters fitted with Sat Nav. All our drivers are fully licenced, polite, professional and helpful.

So if you need a car to go to the airport or your arriving at the airport and you need a car to collect you. If you have any questions regarding a journey or you would like a quote

You can call or text to 07595 293715 or send a e-mail to david.cabby@gmail.com

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Information about St Albans

HISTORY

St Albans has been welcoming visitors from far afield for 2000 years. First built as Verulamium by the Romans, the city was renamed St. Albans after the first British Christian martyr. Today, the Roman heritage and imposing cathedral
attract many visitors throughout the year. A visit to St. Albans offers so much; excellent shopping, a range of evening entertainment, an annual events programme, and a multitude of pubs and restaurants as well as many hotels and guesthouses. Within easy access from the motorway network and just half an hour from London, come and discover St. Albans for yourself.

St. Albans is Hertfordshire's oldest town, a modern city shaped by over 2,000 years of human occupation and activity.The city is named after St. Alban, Britain's first Christian martyr, a citizen of the Roman town of Verulamium, who was executed for his beliefs in the third century AD. After the Roman conquest of Britain in AD43, the town became one of the largest towns in Roman Britain. After the departure of the Romans, St. Albans grew up around the precincts of the Monastery founded in AD 900 - 950 by the Abbot Ulsinus, the acknowledged founder of St. Albans. Today you can still see in the fine Norman Abbey tower the Roman bricks removed from Verulamium.

The magnificent Abbey Church dominates the city's skyline on every main approach. A blend of many periods, the bricks used by the Romans in the building of Verulamium are included in the tower. The Abbey Gateway built in 1365, used for many years as a prison, it now forms part of St. Albans School. The Clock tower was built between 1403 and 1412 and is now one of only two medieval town belfries in England. Giving fine views of the Abbey, Roman Verulamium and the city, the tower with its fine bell has survived almost 600 years of use.

Museums and Attractions.

There is much to see and do in and around St. Albans, you can discover the life and times of a major Roman city at The Verulamium Museum, which features magnificent mosaics and recreated rooms. There are touch screen databases, hands-on discovery areas and hundreds of remarkable objects. Visit the Museum of St. Albans to learn the story of the
city, or enjoy a visit to the Organ Museum. Nearby is The de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Museum, or delight in the Gardens of the Rose the flagship gardens of the Royal National Rose Society. Children and adults alike will enjoy a visit to Bowmans Open Farm, where you can meet animals in Pets Corner or enjoy the flying displays of the Falconry
Centre.