Travelling around Chester
Founded as a Roman Fortress in the first century AD, the historic town of Chester is situated in the northwest of England, just a stone’s throw from the Welsh border. With Roman walls and rows of black-and-white timbered buildings, Chester offers an intoxicating mix of old and new.
Walk in the footsteps of Roman Legionnaires and marauding Vikings as you drink in the sights and the sounds of this ancient city, with its soaring cathedral, beautiful stately mansions and turreted medieval castle. With contemporary delights, such as the world-renowned Chester Zoo, this really is a must-see destination.
Chester has excellent road and rail links, and Arriva bus services provide routes in and out of the town centre. Visit nearby towns, such as Wrexham and Crewe, or hop on a bus and head out along the North Wales coast.
Latest Service Updates
From Monday 27th Jan to the 29th of Jan, between the hours of 0900hrs and 1500hrs the A548 Coast Road between Flint and Bagillt will be closed to all traffic. There will be a diversion for service 11.
From Sunday 12 January 2020, some changes will be made to services in Bangor, Chester, Llandudno and Wrexham.