Great Days out from your local station:

Chester tourism


CHESTER is the most compact shopping centre in Britain, thanks to the unique world-famous Rows, two-tier medieval galleries of shops. Here you'll fnd well-known high street names and a host of specialist shops.

It is also is one of the most walkable cities in Britain. In summertime, head for the City centre Cross where the Town
Crier welcomes visitors from across the world.

Chester has its own City Centre Shuttle Bus operating from the railway station on Mondays to Saturday. The bus is charged at £1 each way for adults and drops off/picks up at Frodsham Street and Foregate Street.

On the new service up to two children will be able to travel free if travelling with an adult, otherwise the fare will be 65p. Free or reduced fare travel will be available for those customers who are eligible and have valid concessionary travel.

Days out from Chester

So many places are easily accessed by train from Chester

There are direct services to Llandudno and the north Wales Coast, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and London but what about a day out closer to home.

Take the train at Chester to

Wrexham - a mere 17 minutes away and probably one of the fastest growing retail centres in the UK with everything from high street favourites to traditional markets. Check the following web site for up to date news on what’s on there.

Llangollen – via Ruabon. Take the bus from Ruabon into Llangollen and enjoy a day walking or take a ride on the canal or on the famous Llangollen Railway click on the link below for more details


Or for more ideas try the web sites below

For more information of railways in Wales & the Borders go to www.scenicwales.co.uk

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