Chester is known for its architectural beauty: Roman, Medieval and Georgian architecture each call Chester home. The allure of these buildings is what attracts many visitors to this quaint English city. Luckily Chester has great transport links to cities all over the UK. Those travelling from London will find the city is just over 5 hours away by bus. Taking the bus to Chester can be considered a more budget-friendly option for passengers searching to save money on their travels. You can find more information about buses to Chester and start planning your trip below.
Bus ticket prices can depend on your departure point, but also on the amount of time between booking and departure. It's best to book up to 4-6 weeks in advance to ensure you get the best price for your bus ticket to Chester.
The terminal for National Express buses to Chester is located on Hunter Street,. The station serves as a hub for both local and national buses, including a change to buses to Holyhead for those continuing their journey.
One of Chester's most charming and characteristic streets, Watergate street, lies at about a 5 minute walk south from Hunter Bus Exchange.
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