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48 Hours in Chester


48 Hours in Chester


2,000 years of heritage make Chester an absolute delight to explore. We take a look at what the city offers to visitors on a short break and find an amazing choice of things to see and do. Here’s our recommended must-do’s for a 2 day stay.


Day 1


Morning - Walk the Walls. Take a gentle stroll around the most complete city Walls in Britain, exploring the towers, Eastgate Clock, River Dee, largest Roman Amphitheatre and oldest racecourse in Britain.


The 2 mile walk is the perfect way to get your bearings.


Before lunch - stop off at The Cross where you’ll find the Town Crier making a midday proclamation. Chester is the only place in Britain to have retained this tradition. Proclamations take place Thursday


to Saturday, May to August (10.30am on race days). It’s free, fun and totally unforgettable.


Lunch - There’s a fabulous choice of dining experiences in locations like The Rows, ancient cellars, and the racecourse.


Afternoon - Explore the city at leisure. Hop aboard one of the city sightseeing buses or take a ride with Chester Heritage Tours on their Edwardian Omnibus.


Visit the majestic 1,000 year old Chester Cathedral, featuring the finest medieval carvings in Europe and a brand new Cathedral at


4 www.visitchester.com


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