Chester - Where to meet

coffee shops? pubs? restaurants? what to see? where to walk?

Liverpool and Manchester are within an hour’s drive, as are beauty spots on the Wirral, and in many parts of rural Lancashire leading up past Clitheroe to the famous seaside resort of Blackpool, and on up the M6 motorway towards the lake district with its gateway town of Kendal.

The North West has many attractions; for example Chester has excellent restaurants and cafe's with an abundance of good food and a wide variety of interesting shops. Additionally there is plenty of entertainment and a vibrant nightlife in this city.

Chester is one of Britain's most beautiful historic walled cities. Situated in England's North West, its history spans back some two thousand years to Roman times.

The city has many such attractions, as well as a wide variety of interesting shops, many located in Eastgate street, where the famous double-tiered 'Rows' shops are situated.

Another of the pedestrianised thoroughfares through the centre of Chester, Bridge Street, contains the famous double-tiered 'Rows' of St. Michael's Buildings, one of Chester's most well-known landmarks. The building, completed in 1910, houses two rows of shops, and leads inside into an impressive modern arcade with open cafe often serenaded by pleasant live piano recitals.

Details of the outstanding points of interest

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