Map of Hertfordshire

This map of Hertfordshire portrays the entire region and its surroundings, providing detailed information about the major cities of this English province. Using the information provided by this map of Hertfordshire will able to plan in advance every detail of tour trip, including the costs of your travel insurance, your hotel reservations and the overall expenses. Before you embark on a trip to England you should always check if the essential items, such as your traveller’s checks, passport and the map of Hertfordshire are packed.

This is a map of Hertfordshire which aims to provide you with an adequate understanding of the roads, regional divides, streets and landmarks of this county.

Map Of Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire is a county in England. It is known as a home county (A county that borders the capital, London) and shares borders with Greater London to the south, Cambridgeshire to the north-east, Buckinghamshire to the west and Essex to the east. The county town is Hertford.

Hertfordshire has a population of 1,119,800 according to a 2011 census. This ranks it 13th in comparison to the rest of England. The county has a total area of 1,643 km squared (634 square mile) which ranks it 36th in that regard.

A quarter mile from the village of Hastoe sits Hertfordshire's highest point, which is 803 feet (245m) above sea level. The county’s flower is the Pasqueflower, which was chosen by the plant conservation charity “Plantlife” as part of a marketing campaign in 2002.

Hertfordshire is the birthplace of many celebrities, Including: Vinnie Jones, Guy Ritchie, Victoria Beckham, Rupert Grint and Geri Halliwell. Hertfordshire is also known for being the primary location in the book “Pride and Prejudice”.

The county also has a notably large selection of tourist destinations, including castles, numerous nature reserves, historical preserved sites such as the Verulamium, which is a roman town that has been preserved. It is also home to the world’s first “Garden City” which has come about due to a number of experiments in early town planning.