Nestled in the city of Chester, England is the Chester Cathedral, an 18th century work of art.  This architectural beauty echoes the harmonious voices of its choirs while introducing its congregation to a world of magnificence majestically draped in its exquisite halls.  For over a century this timeless gem has lured visitors with its gothic and medieval décor.  The Cathedral’s transformation from a Saxton Minter to a Benedictine Abbey brings history and culture to life by concealing legends warped in its elaborate furnishings.  The cathedral continues to be the heart of the city, bringing sanctity in the midst of Chester’s beauty.  Chester Cathedral is one of the core reasons why this city is worthy of discovery.  It is the perfect destination to enjoy a slice of the ancient English culture in the midst of perfectly sketched classical antiques.

Chester is also overflowing with architectonic landmarks.  Since AD79, the city has been a place of great importance for the Romans who made good use of its harbor, and it continues to be a must-see destination amongst tourists.  Throughout Chester’s cobblestone streets are presentations of artistic buildings full of rich stories.  Still in use today, the Roman Amphitheatre is one of Britain’s largest archeological sites.  The City Walls embrace the footprints of the Romans with their momentous history, dubbing Chester as the “Walled City.” Built during the medieval era, the Rows retain most of their original form and beckon all shoppers into their quaint stores.  The Grosvenor Museum is also a journey to the past; while the Chester Zoo is home to many exotic animals.

Chester is an ideal destination to cure any shopaholic’s addictions.  The city is determined to bring shopping back with an array of designer brands as well as unique English fashions.  The Watergate Street and Rows (Independent Quarters) are speckled with chic stores bursting at the seams with treasures fit for every pocket.  Shopping and sightseeing can definitely work up an appetite.  From chic to casual, the city’s tearooms, bars and restaurants provide a wide spectrum of delicacies and cocktails that will delight any pallet.

Chester’s weather is characterized by a temperate climate.  From June to September (summer) the city experiences temperatures of highs in the low-70s to lows in the mid-50s.  During November to March (winter) Chester faces highs in the upper 40s and lows in the mid-30s.

Getting around Chester is relatively easy for the tourist.  From public buses and taxi to cycling routes and car rental, there is an array of options appealing to every taste.