Map & Directions
Watford’s location just inside the M25 at junctions 19 and 20 and just off the M1 at junction 5 ensures it simply couldn’t be easier to get here. Access from the M40 can also be swift via junction 16 of the M25.
London Heathrow and Luton Airports are 20 minutes away.
intu Watford Kings, Queens and Palace car parks
CitiPark Gade, Church and Sutton car parks
Avenue car park
Town Hall car park
There are a number of bus services running to Watford.
Use www.intalink.org.uk to plan your journey.
There are three stations in Watford. Watford station is serviced by the Metropolitan Line, Watford Junction station serviced by the Overground line and National Rail services via London Euston, and Watford High Street serviced by the Overground line.
The tube is a good choice for those wishing to visit Cassiobury Park, Watford Junction is closest to the Clarendon Road business district and Watford High Street station brings Watford’s Intu Shopping Centre and retail parks within comfortable walking distance.
London Northwestern Railway offers direct services from London Euston, Milton Keynes Central and Birmingham New Street to Watford Junction station. Visit www.londonnorthwesternrailway.co.uk to book train tickets.
Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey.
Food & drink map
Looking to grab a bite to eat for lunch, or treating yourself to an evening meal & drink? We’ve put together this handy Watford Food & Drink map, listing our fantastic range of restaurants, pubs, and bars, and where you can find them!