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Booking an Affordable Car Hire in Chester is Now Made Easy

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Chester is a city within the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It lies along the banks of River Dee in proximity with border of Wales and experiences an Oceanic climate. The city was first established as a fort during the Roman times in England under the name Deva Victrix until its fall to the Normans. Throughout time the city grew into a prosperous one. Chester is famous for its wide collection of medieval and Victorian architectures, shopping destinations and for its well-preserved ancient walls.

Why book a car rental in Chester with VroomVroomVroom?

Seriously, who wouldn't want to save some money for their car hire travel without compromising the quality of the vehicle they're renting? VroomVroomVroom only partner with the leading car hire agencies in Chester. Cars are supplied by Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty. These agencies provide car hires that are brand new to a year old.

VroomVroomVroom helps you find the best car hire for your travel, in three easy steps:

  1. Using our orange search box, enter your travel details - rental location and dates.
  2. On the comparison, you will see all available cars along with their prices. The list is arranged from cheapest to the most expensive, making the process easier!
  3. Once you have selected a car hire, click on Book now and enter your contact details to finalize the reservation. That easy! So join our millions of customers around the world who always book their car hire at VroomVroomVroom. 

If you need any assistance, contact our skilled customer care team and they will fill you in with accurate information for your car travel needs in Chester.

Driving tips in Chester 

The several major roads like A55, A483, M53 and M56 serve the city. Vehicle driving visitors may also tour the Wirral Peninsula, Holyhead, Liverpool, Manchester, Swansea and Wrexham as the said locations are not too far from the city and are faster to travel with the use of the said roads.

Top Attractions in Chester

Chester Cathedral or the Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Grade I listed building and heritage site in Chester. Its architectural style distinctly showcases English Medieval, Norman and Perpendicular Gothic.

Chester Castle is a grand ancient castle that lies southwest of the Chester City's walls overlooking the River Dee. It's history dates way back 1070. The castle today mostly serves as Crown Courts, military museum and tourist attraction.

Cheshire Military Museum showcases displays about the County of Cheshire's four famous army regiments. It is located at The Castle, Chester, Cheshire. Minimal admission fee applies.

Chester Roman Amphitheatre is a Grade I listed building and a genuine ancient Roman amphitheatre under the management of the English Heritage. Its history was dated back the 1st century. The site was only discovered during construction work. The admission to the largest Roman amphitheatre in England to date is free of charge.

Toy Museum is a popular toy museum located at 13 Lower Bridge, Street Chester. The venue showcases wide collection of matchbox cars, dolls and so much more primarily from the 18th and 19th century.