Chester is the county town of Cheshire. Home to nearly 80,000 inhabitants, it lies on the banks of the River Dee, close to the North Wales border. Chester is a fully walled city with its own cathedral and was granted city status in 1541. All of the sights around Chester are easily reachable via Chester Minibus.
Chester was one of the most important ports in the country in Roman times and Chester's four main roads, Eastgate, Northgate, Watergate and Bridge, follow routes laid out at this time, all of which are accessible by Chester Minibus. Chester even has its own patron saint, Werburgh, who is buried in Chester Cathedral.
Chester has a reputation as a medieval city, however many of its buildings are in fact Victorian. You may also see many Roman remains still standing around the city including the city walls which run around its entirety.
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