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Breakaway to the Best Chester


Its bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make the city one of Britain’s most popular places for an unforgettable short break.


We go in search of what makes Chester such a must-see favourite and find out why a 2000 year old classic is always a hit with 21st century visitors.


The ancient city is truly a


breathtaking experience.


Well, you are walking where


Roman Legionaries marched to war, Viking raiders


wreaked havoc and Norman invaders


conquered Anglo-Saxons.


Each chapter of Chester’s history is etched into the very fabric of the City.


The City Walls, the Cathedral, the Roman Amphitheatre, the Racecourse and the River Dee all play a part in the City’s exciting tales of adventure.


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They’re block buster attractions you cannot miss and their superlatives are hard to beat.


Chester has the most complete city walls, the oldest racecourse, and largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain; plus a 1000 year old cathedral with Europe’s finest example of mediaeval carvings - and of course the one and only 700 year old Rows galleries where shopping is a double delight.


Make time too for Chester Zoo, home to 7,000 animals in acres of glorious gardens.


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Visitor Information Centre,Town Hall


Accommodation Bookings


Ticket Agency for Theatres, Events and Festivals • National Express Maps, Books & Souvenirs • Daily Guided Walks 0845 647 7868


visitchester.com


CHESTER WALKING TOURS


www.visitchester.com


Daily at 10.30am from the Town Hall.


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