Chester city center should be evaluated together with the ancient wall. They make up one of the unique spots of the island. British cities contain superb examples of victorian and edwardian civil architecture where in Chester you can go back further and admire late medieval buildings (not remains; all intactly recovered or maintained). The walls crown this area, lead a path around it and offer spectacular landscapes. It was a business trip; we just had few hours, but it was sufficient to capture glimpses of this exceptional town. I will come back for a loger stay for sure.
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