Population: 82,146

Living in St Albans, England:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit St Albans, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in St Albans what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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St Albans is a market city in the United Kingdom. It’s located approximately 20 miles to the north of London, in the county of Hertfordshire. Its proximity to London makes it an ideal city to live and commute to London. It’s serviced by a fast, and somewhat reliable train service. However, the downside is St Albans is one of the most expensive cities to live in within the UK.

St Albans is a fabulous historical city. The Romans founded one of their most important centres here; Boudicca sacked it and razed it to the ground. And 100s of years later there are so many remnants of that past to explore. If you love a city steeped in history then come and explore.

Angela, says: 2020

The city is busy and has many wonderful tourist attractions. It also has many historical features which are good to visit with children. St Albans has a good variety of shops that are easily accessible. You can also use public transport and toilets. There is a busy high street and a farmers market on Sundays.

Jessica, says: 2020

St. Albans is a city built on the site of Roman Verulamium. It is located to the north of London and is surrounded by green fields. There is a busy street market twice a week which attracts visitors from across the county. St. Albans is also home to a Roman amphitheatre, a hypocaust and remnants of the city wall. Other points of interest include an imposing cathedral which overlooks a beautiful park.

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