Absorb the glory and culture of the city relaxing in the seats of the buses. Chester is an incredible medieval city which is worth exploring on the double deck red buses. The tour covering 15 stops gives the hop-on and off facility for unlimited times giving full access to explore the destinations of your choice. The well-planned bus trip will make you visit the most famous attractions like the Roman Amphitheatre, the Cathedral, and the famous City Walls. Go through the city lanes and witness how the city survived and flourished through the old times.
Chester is an ideal place to visit for those who have a keen interest in history. It is a preserved wall city in Britain. It has many buildings of the medieval age. The journey commences at Station/City Road which has typical black and white buildings having brickwork of contrast red color. Watch the scenic canal as you cross the street and walk straight towards Foregate. There is an array of shops having an old architecture which portray Chester’s history.
While the bus heads towards grove it passes from the Vicars Lane. Enjoy the breathtaking views while taking a stroll at this point after getting off from the bus. Don’t miss the Castle Drive and Lower Bridge Street at the Bus stops 5 and eight along the River Dee. The Castle Drive holds both the natural and historic beauty lying along the University of Chester. It is good to take a walk in the natural beauty having rows of trees and ample of grass. Check out the structure of the old castle.
Before arriving at Old Port, you will see Handbridge at Bus stop seven while going to Grosvenor Street. In earlier times when the River Dee was more prominent and forceful as compared to the present times a massive amount of cargo was transported through large ships, to and fro the City of Chester. You will find Hunters Walk and Prince Street at Stop No. 11 and St Werburgh Street at the 13th stop. Feast your eyes on the fantastic views before the bus takes back the route to City Road.
Buy the tickets for the buses and get started with the fun-filled journey!
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver.
Mobile vouchers currently not accepted. Printed vouchers are accepted at all stops.
Wheelchair Access, Heating
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the ticket within 3 months from purchase date.
1. Chester Railway Station
2. St Johns Church, Vicars Lane
3. The Groves
4. Pepper Street
5. Castle Drive
6. Roodee Coach & Car Park
8. Lower Bridge St
9. Grosvenor St
10. Race Course, Old Port Area
11. Princess Street (not on Sundays)
12. Chester Bus Interchange
13. St Werburgh Street (Sundays only)
14. Foregate Street
15. City Road