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Our English school in Chester is located at the University of Chester, just 10 minutes walk from the city center, an ideal communication to move around the area.
The building in which the school is located has fantastic facilities for teaching diffe...
English course for children and teenagers at Chester
Our English language Centre in Chester has a long history of teaching languages.
It was inaugurated in 1976 and since then they have worked tirelessly to offer quality teaching, according to each moment.
It is located in a historic building...
Course for the over 50s with cultural element
Intensive General English Course 28 lessons per week
Year long course of General English 28 lessons per week (Study Year Programme)
Learn English in Chester
The city of Chester is the county seat of the county of Chershire in the north west of England and borders of Wales, it has Roman origins, founded almost 2,000 years ago, and still preserves its defensive walls built with a local red sandstone.
Its Roman walls are the longest and best preserved in England, almost 3 km long, from where you have very beautiful views of the city, the city also preserves a Roman amphitheater that had a capacity of up to 8 thousand spectators.
Chester is also known for having special medieval charm, its cobbled streets or its well-known wooden frame buildings, the most commercial area of the city "The Rows" which are characterized by having covered commercial galleries that occupy several houses and their half-timbered buildings wooden Tudor style.
Other of Chester's attractions are its Cathedral, with the curiosity that it has a cafeteria inside "The refrectory Cafe" that occupies a beautiful room, decorated with contapices, paintings, and medieval stained glass windows, used in ancient times as a dining room for the monks.
Chester Castle is another of its most visited monuments, from medieval times and one of the best preserved in England.
And how not to visit in Chester "The Eastgate Clock" one of the most photographed clocks in the world that is located in one of its main streets "The Eastgate Street".
The city is surrounded by the Rio Dee, and several channels run through it, giving it a peculiar charm.
Another thing that strikes us in Chester is the black and white colors of its buildings, rare in other parts of England.