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Chester City is a city in Cheshire, England, and, with a population of more than 77 000 inhabitants, it is the largest and most populous settlement of the wider unitary authority area of Cheshire West and Chester, which had more than 328 000 people, living within its limits, in 2001. It was granted city status in 1541, and it was founded as a "castrum", a word used by Romans which means buildings or plots of land reserved to or constructed for use as a military defensive position. It is believed that Chester City was founded as a Roman fort, with the name Deva Victrix, in the year 79, by the Roman Legio II Adiutrix, during the reign of the Emperor Vespasian.
Due to its architectural beauties and historical allure, which has made it significantly popular, Chester ranks, today, alongside the gorgeous cities of London, York, Bath and Edinburgh. Among its most precious historical landmarks, we find Chester Cathedral, which was founded as a Benedictine monastery, more than 900 years ago, drawing hundreds of thousand of visitors, annually. Despite the fact that Chester has kept its history and heritage alive, it is also a vibrant city, with a dinamic nightlife scene, including clubs, bars, pubs, as well as great hotels and restaurants, offering its visitors a complete, unique travel experience.
It is believed that Chester and its surrounding area have some of the most beautiful parks and gardens in the north west, Grosvenor Park being now regarded as one of the finest examples of Victorian Parks, internationally. It is a city filled with history and gorgeous architecture, among its most popular tourist attractions also being the captivating walking, bus or boat tours, available, that show its heritage and history, some of them being scary, such as the Ghosthunter Trail, a night-time journey around the eerie haunts of Chester's mysterious and murky past, with spine-chilling tales of ghosts and ghouls, and some of which are of historical importance, such as the Roman Tours, presented by some of the last remaining full time professional Romans in Britain.
Another point of interest in Chester City, for visitors and local residents, alike, is the Ness Botanic Gardens, considered one of UK's hidden gems, home to the finest collection of rhododendrons and azaleas in the North-West, and one of the best-known heather gardens in Britain, also featuring an outstanding collection of Himalayan and Chinese plants.
Also worth checking out is the Secret Chester Tour, containing, revealing and explaining some of Chester's most ancient and fascinating buildings, including the towers on the City Walls, which are not usually open to the general public. The tour consists of 2 hours of literally unlocking the secret treasures of Chester's past. Booking can be made at the Secret Chester Tour Tourist Information Centre, located on Northgate Street.
Other major attractions in Chester City are also considered: the Chester Heritage Tours, the City Sightseeing tours, and the Roman amphitheatre, which is currently under excavation.