Frequent trains are on offer from London Euston to Watford Junction via the Metro, an overground service. Watford Junction train station is just outside of London, so journeys are brief and frequent. Trains are available six times each hour, and the trip takes only 15 to 20 minutes. London Euston also offers an underground service into Watford Junction train station. From the southwest, Richmond Rail Station's overground service to Stratford Rail Station will take 20 minutes to reach Willesden Junction, where passengers can continue on the overground towards Watford. From the eastern side of London passengers can travel from Clapham Junction direct to Watford.
Home to the serene and peaceful Cassiobury Park, the Watford Palace Theatre, and Bhaktivedanta Manor with its teaching seminars, the town of Watford is a great mix of cultural, natural and sporting attractions. Vicarage Road stadium is the home of Watford football club and a great place for sports fans to gather, while avid shoppers can shop online from Intu Watford and collect items from multiple retailers with one visit. Cassiobury Park is ideal for nature lovers who want to enjoy children's attractions such as paddling pools, or a road-free cycle route which links the park to the town centre. The park offers nature trails, bird watching, net fishing, walking and dog-friendly routes. Whippendell Wood and the Big Dells offer an opportunity to wander through beautfil woodland.
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