In the main part of the High Street you will find many shops to explore and plenty of restaurants, pubs and cafes for you to dine in.
Take a walk along the Grand Union Canal, a short-looped walk which runs from the top end of the high street to the ruins of the Berkhamsted Castle, and along the canal. Take some time to see the Ruins of the Castle, which is a popular attraction.
Near the canal you will see it´s fields, a beautiful area to take a stroll and see the surroundings, and there is free parking nearby.
For an alternative route to take a stroll, you can head to the Ashridge Estate and wander its 5,000 acres of woodland and see a variety of wildlife and countryside. There is a café by the Visitor Centre as well as toilets and you can also admire the beautiful architecture of the Ashridge house.
Most sights in Berkhamsted are within walking distance in the town. It is easiest to travel by car and there is parking in the town close by.
There is a local bus service and train service available to help you get around Berkhamsted and nearby areas. There are trains from London Euston to Berkhamsted which run every 15 minutes taking around 40 minutes, and less frequent trains to Birmingham, Northampton and Croydon.
There is also a Taxi office next to the train station so you can easily get around from there.