Anna Watt | Girl About Hertfordshire
Making memories in Hertfordshire
I live in Watford on the southern edge of Hertfordshire. I moved here 5 years ago from Shoreditch in London- bit of a contrast but it is fantastic it here and have never looked back. I work in Travel PR, promoting some amazing destinations around the world and have been lucky enough to travel a lot, however the saying is right, there is no place like home. I live with my husband and two young boys. When I’m not picking up Lego or toy dinosaurs I love days out with my family, pub lunches and ‘adventure drives’- where we just jump in the car, drive in a random direction and see where we end up. I can’t wait to explore more of my county and share it with you.
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48 hours in Historic Hertfordshire – What to do on a fun filled weekend in Hertfordshire

Just a short hop from the capital and boasting miles of wide-open spaces, picturesque villages, attractive woodland, historic towns and numerous sights and attractions, Hertfordshire has the best of everything and something to offer every visitor, whether you are after a romantic retreat, family fun or girlie getaway.

One of the seven Home Counties of London, Hertfordshire is possibly best known for the towns of St Albans, Watford, Berkhamsted, Hatfield and Tring, the county takes up 1,643 km² with the beautiful Chiltern Hills running across the North Eastern edge and bordering London to the Southern Edge. It’s no wonder celebs such as Gerri Halliwell, Katherine Ryan, Rupert Grint, George Ezra, Martin Freeman and many top footballers have chosen to live here.

With so much to explore it will take several weeks to really experience all that Hertfordshire has to offer, however here is my suggested itinerary for 48 hours in my home county.

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