Book top-rated Chester tours and tickets on isango at the best prices and grab the best deals and discounts! There are reasons aplenty why so many tourists gravitate towards Chester, the county town of Cheshire. The historic monuments, the imposing medieval city walls, and the magnificent two-tier arcades combined with the numerous music festivals, the vibrant shopping scene, and the world’s top zoo has put the town on the list of most visited places in England. Visit attractions like the Chester’s city walls, the Chester Castle, Chester Rows, Chester Cathedral, the Roman Amphitheatre, the Dewa Roman Experience, the zoo, St John’s Church and the lovely Roman Gardens. On a budget? Check out the latest deals and offers and book Chester tours and attraction tickets at pocket-friendly rates for a carefree and delightful sightseeing experience!
Free museum admissions: If you’re on a budget, then this is the place to be! Most public museums and cultural centers in Chester are free, including the popular Museum Grosvenor. A quick research on the internet will give you all the information you need on the schedules of different attractions.
Visit a tourist center: If you’re in town for the first time, visit one of the tourist centers. Grab a free leaflet with helpful information on local attractions and cultural and entertainment centers and plan your trip accordingly.
Be prepared for a drizzle: Carry a raincoat and umbrella with you, especially if you are an outdoorsy type. It rains often in summers and winters.
Explore on foot: The best way to enjoy some Chester sightseeing is on a leisurely stroll. The main attractions, the city walls, gates, the Cathedral, Castle, Roman Amphitheatre, Gardens and The Groves are all within walking distance.
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Best time to visit
June, July and August are the best time to visit Chester as the weather is perfect for sightseeing. The temperature varies rarely and its cold for nearly 6 months of the year. January sees a lot of crowds as well as June and July.
Not far from Manchester and Liverpool, Chester is a well-connected town and is served by buses and trains. The buses boast leather seats, free 4G Wi-Fi and air conditioning, and are wheelchair friendly. The ideal way to explore the city is to hire a car for the course of your stay. There are also taxis available. But we recommend booking tours that include transportation to ensure that you spend your vacation hassle-free by leaving the planning to us.
Money saving tips
If you’re a budget traveler, we have great news for you. All public museums and cultural centers in Chester are free, including the popular Museum Grosvenor. A quick research on the internet will give you all the information you need on the schedules of different attractions.
You can make calls to other cities at affordable rates from the phone booths found in all the busy streets. You can buy a special telephone card from any newsstand and post office and even enjoy special discounted rates from 8pm to 8am.
Save money by exploring Chester on a self-guided walking tour as most of the main attractions are within walking distance and a leisurely stroll is the perfect way to soak in the old-world charms of the beautiful town.
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Fun Chester trivia to impress fellow travelers with!
Chester’s Roman Amphitheatre had seating for no less than 7000 spectators and is the largest in the country.
Chester’s covered walkways, The Rows, date back to the 13th century and are one-of-a-kind, not only in Britain but in the world.
Chester boasts the best surviving Roman Fortress Wall in Northern Europe (near Northgate). Founded as a fort in 79 AD, apart from a small 100-metre section, the listed Grade I walls are all still standing today.