Sightseeing Tour Day Trips From Chester
Explore the North West of England's famous national parks with Mountain Goat from the famous city of Chester, well known for its Tudor architecture and Roman history.
The city, famed for Chester Zoo, the Chester Racecourse and the city walls which were originally built by the Romans in around 60AD, is situated a short drive away from the Snowdonia and Lake District national parks.
Our full day sightseeing excursions are the perfect way for city visitors to explore some of the most amazing places in the UK.
Full of incredible landscapes, rich histories and local legends passengers will be able to leave the bustle of the city behind as you meander through deep valleys and over high mountain passes with a knowledgeable, local driver guide who will ensure your trip is a memorable one.
Mountain Goat have been operating in the north west of England since 1972, and out carefully crafted itineraries are put together by a team of experts so you can enjoy the incredible english countryside without any fuss.
The Lake District
Enjoy a full day exploring one of the UK's most famous national parks, the Lake District.
Located in the farthest north-western region of England this beautiful expanse of rocky fells (the local word for mountains), rivers and forests is well known for inspiring a huge variety of authors, poets and artists including Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth.
You will see famous landscapes such as the Langdale Pikes and visit famed beauty spots like Tarn Hows, a man made tarn situated with panoramic views of the area. There will be time to explore charming Lakeland villages along with several attractions included in the price!
Explore the stunning national park of Snowdonia, located a short drive away from Chester where you will visit quaint villages nestled in breathtaking valleys on the shores of winding rivers.
Visit the medieval castle, Conwy Castle, built by Edward I during his conquest of Wales and stand on Great Orme, the limestone headland which extends into the Irish sea.