Coca-Cola has revealed details of its famous Christmas Truck tour and the iconic red lorry will be visiting Watford again.

Last year, the festive truck stopped off at Tesco and Asda but this time round, it will only be making the one stop; at Asda on Tuesday December 11.

Now in its eighth year, for some the Coca-Cola truck signifies the countdown to Christmas and this year, it will be visiting 14 towns and cities across the UK including Watford and nearby Borehamwood.

It kicks off its journey this Friday in Glasgow.

In a winter wonderland setting, visitors will be able to enjoy a can of Coca-Cola at each stop and experience what is fast becoming a Christmas tradition.

The truck has travelled more than 700,000 miles in its history – the equivalent of 19 times around the world playing the jingle Holidays are Coming.

The TV advert will also return to our screens this year.

As well as brining festive magic, Coca-Cola will be pushing their message of the importance of recycling in line with their global pledge to collect and recycle a bottle or can for each one sold by the year 2030.

Each stop encourages visitors to recycle their bottles and cans.

The Coca-Cola truck will be at Watford Asda on December 11.

The Coca-Cola truck will be at Borehamwood Tesco on December 12.

Exact times have not been revealed yet.