Chester has something for everyone, no matter what you are interested in. Various restaurants serve a wide variety of cuisine, from vegan breakfasts to pierogi. There are numerous shops and art galleries, and of course, Chester Racecourse.
Chester has the largest Roman Amphitheater in Britain, owing to its key position in the Roman Empire’s expansion into England. It has the most complete city walls and the racecourse is the oldest in the country. Chester is also home to a 1000-year old cathedral. All of this combines to make Chester one of the most historically significant cities, not only in the North West, but in the country.
On top of all this, Chester is home to one of the biggest and most visited zoos in the country. Chester Zoo attracts visitors from far and wide, with its 125 acres and over 20,000 animals.
For the foodies out there, Cheshire in general is an excellent place to visit but Chester especially so. Whatever you fancy, the city has got you covered. There are many fine examples of the cosy, rural pubs that are commonplace in the area or for a more luxurious meal, Chester is home to the only Michelin starred restaurant in Cheshire.
There are countless farm shops, cafes, markets and festivals, all doing different things, serving different foods, in new and exciting ways.
All of this together combines for an unforgettable culinary experience.