Hertfordshire Map and Guide

Hertfordshire map, view the county of Hertfordshire with this useful road map.

Detailed Road Map of Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire Map: Interactive map of Hertfordshire, showing the various villages, towns and cities located in Hertfordshire, England.

Use controls to view a detailed road map of Hertfordshire or of any of its many well known towns such as St Albans, Hertford, Watford, Hemel Hempstead, Stevenage, Ware, Harpenden, Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield.

One of the home counties bordering Greater London, Hertfordshire (Herts) covers an area of 634 square miles and has a population of around 1 million, its county town is Hertford, after which it is named.

Hertfordshire Towns

Knebworth - Site of the famous rock festival Knebworth is a village to the north of Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire, the festival is held in the grounds of Knebworth House. Knebworth Map.

Berkhamsted - This historic town in Hertfordshire was where William the Conqueror accepted the surrender of the Anglo-Saxon heir Edgar Aetheling, it now has a population of around 11,000. Berkhamsted Map.

Stevenage - One of the Hertfordshire New Towns built in the 40's and 50's, Stevenage existed as a settlement and town long before this time, being inhabited back in Roman times and probably even before this. Located beside the A1 (M) it is now a busy commuter town with easy access into central London. (Map|Weather|Directory|Jobs|Medical Centres).

Harpenden - A small town between Luton and St Albans, Harpenden is a busy commuter town, and considered to be among the top 10 richest towns in Britain. Harpenden Hertfordshire Map.

St Albans - One of the most ancient towns in England, St Albans was settled long before the Romans arrived in Britain, under the Romans it became an important town on Watling Street for those heading north from London. St Albans Map.

Potters Bar - Just north of the M25, Potters Bar may have got its name from the former Roman pottery factory which stood here. Potters Bar Map.

Hitchin - A sizeable town with a population of over 30,000, Hitchin sits beside Letchworth and Baldock, to the north-west of Stevenage in Hertfordshire. Hitchin Hertfordshire Map.

Borehamwood - Together with nearby Elstree, Borehamwood was important for the British film industry during the mid-twentieth century. Borehamwood Map.

Ware - An ancient town in the county of Hertfordshire, Ware has seen settlers for over 6,000 years. Ware Map.

Welwyn Garden City - One of Hertfordshire's green garden cities, Welwyn Garden City was founded in the 1920's by Sir Ebenezer Howard, it now has a population of over 40,000. Welwyn Garden City Map.

Hatfield - Location of the famous Hatfield House, this busy commuter town is just off the A1. Hatfield Hertfordshire Map.

Codicote - Codicote is a large visit located north-west of Welwyn Garden City. Codicote Map.

Wheathampstead - Wheathampstead is a small town lying north of St Albans in Hertfordshire. Wheathampstead Hertfordshire Map.

Watton at Stone - Watton at Stone is a small village with a population of around 2,000, it is located between Stevenage and Hertford in the county of Hertfordshire. Watton at Stone Map.

Hemel Hempstead - A busy town located just off the M1 motorway, Hemel Hempstead was a settlement as long ago as the 8th century, though it has mostly developed since WW2 as a new town, its population is 81,000. Hemel Hempstead Map.

Rickmansworth - Though mentioned in the Domesday Book, Rickmansworth did not really develop until the 20th century. Rickmansworth Hertfordshire Map - (Weather).

Hertford - The county town of Hertfordshire, Hertford has a population of around 30,000, it is an affluent town. Hertford Map (weather).

Bayford - A small but charming village 3 miles south of Hertford, Bayford has a population of just over 400, and has won several awards for being a best kept village. Bayford Hertfordshire Map.

Hoddesdon - An important coaching town in the 18th century, Hoddesdon is now a busy commuter town. Hoddesdon Map.

Watford - Situated inside the bounds of the M-25 motorway the town of Watford in Hertfordshire has been around since 1007, during Anglo Saxon times, it now has a population of about 80,000, a major commercial centre for the northern Home Counties, Watford is also famous for its football club - Watford FC. Within the website we have added a useful Watford Map and also a handy Watford Weather page so that you can check on the latest conditions in the town.

Tring - A small market town situated in the Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire, Tring is well known for its 4 reservoirs and its Natural History Museum founded by the Rothschild family. Tring Hertfordshire Map.

Broxbourne: Located just south of Hoddesdon, Broxbourne grew up around the Great North Road, a maor route north out of London, it dates back much further than this though, being listed in the Domesday Book, together with Broxbourne Mill.

Cheshunt - The town where Richard Cromwell (Lord Protector) died in 1712, Cheshunt now has a population of 50,000. Cheshunt Map.

We hope you found this Hertfordshire map and information useful.

More Hertfordshire Info: Hertfordshire Weather

More Hertfordshire Maps: Letchworth Map - Baldock Map - Watton at Stone - Bovingdon - Kings Langley - Redbourn


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