This most attractive County town of Cheshire was founded by the Romans about AD48 and is famous for its well preserved city walls, now used as footways through the city.

It also possesses a magnificent 11th century Cathedral and the medieval half timbered ‘Rows’ – the double rows of shops, unique galleried arcades, one on top of the other, in the centre of town. Chester is an alluring city and an unrivalled shopping experience.