Beautiful, Beautiful Chester - American tourists have actually voted Chester as Europe's fifth prettiest city, beating Paris, Rome and Venice along the way!
Chester Rows - The beautiful rows are truly unique not only in Britain but all over the world. The first-floor walkways have allowed two-floors of shopping since the 13th century, possibly earlier - we wonder how medieval ladies shopped in ye olde times?!?
Bar Lounge - For relaxed food, drink and all-round good times, a visit to the amazing Bar Lounge is a must. The décor is seriously swish, and the cocktails are even fancier!
Beth Tweddle - Britain's most successful gymnast spent her formative years in Chester after moving here from South Africa when she was only 18 months old. So if the girls spontaneously feel like performing a cartwheel, don't stop them!
Daniel Craig - You can't mention Chester without bringing up the fact that this is in fact the birthplace of the sexiest Bond of them all. We'll have a vodka martini please, shaken, not stirred...
Chester Zoo - Cheeky monkeys, cute (but not so cuddly) bears and fearsome tigers make Chester's amazing Zoo a fabulous attraction for your bunch of animal-loving hens.
Cruise - Far from setting your night on Cruise control, this glitzy club will see you and the girls take the controls for a night of fabulous fun with Chester's party-loving locals!
570 Years of Racing - Chester's race course is Britain's oldest sporting venue to still be in use today. The first race took place in 1539, with then-mayor Henry Gee being the source of the term “Gee gees”.
Horse Racing - Fancy a day at the oldest races in the country? We can arrange tickets and dining options to thrill your Chester hen party on a special day of horse racing fun.
Fiesta Havana - For a night of fiesta-style thrills and spills, head to this scintillating bar and simply samba your night away! P.S. Their mojitos are some of the best we've ever tasted.
Harsh words? - In 1403, it's said that Henry Prince of Wales decreed that no Welsh persons should be allowed within the city under pain of decapitation. Interestingly, there's no record of the order ever being repealed?!?
White Water Rafting - Are you ready for the challenge of the rushing rapids? Take on an outdoor white water rafting course and enjoy some truly wet and wild Chester hen do thrills!
City Walls - Chester's medieval walls form the best preserved circuit in Britain. Plus the views from the tops of the battlements are amazing and definitely Instagram-worthy #FYI.
Rosie's - Something of a cult-favourite in Chester, Rosie's has the city's bright young things in a spin on a weekend as they take to the floor to get down to the sounds of chart topping hits and a few golden oldies.
Name-change - The original name for Chester was in fact 'Deva'. The Romans settled here in 79AD, and used the town as a major army base during their stay. Perhaps the local women were simply 'divas' by nature?
Off the Wall - This brilliant boozer is honestly, well, Off the Wall! Modern, trendy and always buzzing, this is where great nights begin!
Amphitheatre - It's the largest Roman relic of its kind in Britain with seats for around 7000 audience members. Maybe this is where the Roman settlers hosted The X Factum?!?
Amber Lounge - The Amber Lounge makes the most of its antiquated ambiance, but there's nothing dated about the on-trend food and cocktails which will make an amazing treat for any Chester hen party.
Chester Cathedral - Big, bold and beautiful, this historic house of worship is truthfully breathtaking. Ornate details add to the stunning décor, and you're sure to fall for the unique blend of medieval and modern history.
Minerva's Shrine - This is the only surviving rock-cut Roman shrine in the Country. Named after the goddess of war, a visit to this historical site could possibly give the bride-to-be a distinct advantage in any marital rows!?!
Missoula - This stylish bar is simply brilliant. It's all too easy to spend an entire evening drinking the delicious cocktails on offer here including the quintessential Pina Colada and Long Island Iced Tea.
Victorian Firsts - It's thought that the first person to walk across the delightful Grosvenor Bridge was a young Princess Victoria, so remember your manners as you cross ladies...
St. Werburgh - Despite having a name that sounds like the noise we make immediately after shotting tequila, Chester's patron saint was a leading lady with an instrumental role in convent reform across England. Talk about breaking the habit...
Trampoline Cave - This is trampolining taken to the extreme. The trampoline cave is every thrill-seeking girl's playground, and it makes for the perfect adventure.
Grosvenor Shopping Centre - For the usual high-street suspects and slightly more upmarket brands, head to this fabulous shopping centre and exercise your passion for fashion!
Haunted Chester - This city is steeped in history, so as you'd expect, it's got its fair share of ghost stories. It's said that Ye Olde Kings Head is home to some rather rowdy guests that refuse to leave after hours, and most recently the ghosts of Victorian children have been seen overlooking investigators in Stanley Palace...
Craft Parties - If you're all about home made presents and cards, then you'll adore this delightful day of hen party crafts in Chester.