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Free Self Guided Trail: City Centre (Northgate)

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A Virtual Stroll Around the Walls

The Northgate, Chester

Virtual exploration of the unique and beautiful City Walls of Chester by Steve Howe. Starting at The Northgate, travel clockwise around the two-mile circuit visiting The Phoenix Tower, Chester Cathedral, Eastgate Clock, The Amphitheatre, River Dee, Chester Castle, The Roodee and The Watertower.

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Walking Tour: City Centre (Watergate)

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Chester Guided Walks

High Cross, Chester

An exploration into this historic city with photographer, historian and guide Steve Howe, author of Chester: a Virtual Stroll Around the Walls. Private, personal guided tours of the beautiful city of Chester, tailor made and ideal for visiting groups.

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Free Self Guided Trail: City Centre (Northgate)

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Heritage Trails in Chester

Heritage Trails in Chester

Chester has a number of fascinating walks and tours. Here are some self guided trails which help explain the city's heritage including a Chester City Walls Trail, Riverside Promenade Trail and Chester Millennium Trail.

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Moon Walking Tour: City Centre (Northgate)

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Chester Ghost Tour

0.2km
Visitor Information Centre, Northgate Street, Chester. CH1 2HJ

Steeped in 2000 years of history, and with hundreds of Ghost sightings, Chester can claim to be one of the most haunted cities in Britain.

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Walking Tour: City Centre (Northgate)

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Roman Tours

0.2km
Visitor Information Centre, Northgate Street, Chester. CH1 2HJ • (01978) 761264

Award-winning Roman Tours offer a superb fact-filled entertaining story of 2,000-year-old Deva - Britain's biggest Roman fortress. Legionary guides take you behind the scenes at key sites to explore the drama of life in the Roman Army - all based on the latest research by military experts.

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Walking Tour: City Centre (Northgate)

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Tours Around Chester

Tours Around Chester provide you with a choice of innovative, informative and social experiences. The Running Tour stretches your legs showing you the many historic sites and landmarks the city has to offer or try The Taste Tour, the ultimate, off the beaten track, food and cultural experience.

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Bus Tour: City Centre (Eastgate)

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Sightseeing Chester

0.4km
Vicar's Lane, Chester. CH1 1QU

Hop-on hop-off this iconic red London Routemaster bus for grandstand views of Chester's unique attractions. Sit back, relax and enjoy the tour whilst the guide lets you in on Chester's rich history and the sights along the way.

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Cycling: City Centre (Bridge Street)

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Chester Cycle Tours

0.6km
Little Roodee Car Park, Grosvenor Road, Chester. CH1 1SL • 07899 050003

Travelling mainly on cycle friendly paths, at a leisurely pace, you’ll get a factual but good-humoured look at Chester's fascinating history and attractions. Tours take about two hours with an average travelling speed of 1,000 years an hour!

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Bus Tour: Inner City (Station Quarter)

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Busy Bus Tours

1.1km
Chester Railway Station, Station Road, Chester. CH1 3NS • 0844 585 4444

BusyBus were established in 2003 and offer a range of daily departures in their modern, executive mid-sized mini bus fleet, perfect for exploring areas and routes not accessible to full-size coaches. Departures from outside Chester Railway Station.

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Free Self Guided Trail: Cheshire West (East)

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Sandstone Trail

The Sandstone Trail is one of the finest and most popular long distance walks in North West England. The Trail stretches for 34 miles/55 kilometres and offers superb, unbroken, and often elevated walking across the still largely green and pleasant English county of Cheshire.

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