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About Chester

Originally a Roman fort, much of modern Chester actually dates back to the Medieval period. The city then played a key role in the Industrial Revolution of the late 18th Century. Today Chester is both a centre for the financial services industry and a popular destination for tourists.

Stations

Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Chester
Chester
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Bache
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Capenhurst
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Bache
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Shotton High Level
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Chester Stop TBC
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Ellesmere Port
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Chester Zoo
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Liverpool
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the airport and what is the best way to get there?
Public transportation to and from the Liverpool Airport and Liverpool city centre is serviced by the Arriva 500 coach.

Flights to Chester

Geographically, the closest airports to Chester are Manchester International and Liverpool John Lennon. The 383 bus connects Chester and Manchester International via Liverpool town centre, but it currently only runs twice a day. The 500 bus provides a regular service to Liverpool John Lennon. There are, however, numerous transport options between either Manchester town centre or Liverpool town centre or visitors can take a taxi from the airport and expect a journey time of about 40 minutes.

Trains to Chester

Chester (General) Station is serviced by a number of train operators including Merseyrail, Virgin and Arriva. The station is only about a kilometre away from the town centre, but for those who do not wish to walk there is a number 40 bus which runs frequently during the day, with a journey time of about 10 minutes. Taxis are available 24/7.

Buses to Chester

Chester is served by the National Express coach service which departs from the Princess Street Bus Exchange. This is right in the city centre, directly behind the town hall. The town hall has a visitor information centre, which can give help and advice to visitors including details on travelling to and from Chester by bus.

How to Get Around Chester

Arguably the best option for getting around Chester is on foot, to have time to enjoy the beauty of this city. Chester is also a very bike-friendly city. There are no trams but there is a wide range of bus services.