Chichester is a Roman cathedral city and the only city in West Sussex. Historical evidence of Roman settlement can be found throughout the city, including the many Roman baths, the city wall (which was replaced by the Georgian wall), the amphitheatre now a park, and Chichester's ancient Roman State Street. London is connecting. Listed buildings and other attractions abound, including Chichester City Cross, a butter market-style town centred around North, East, South, and West streets. City Cross was built in the 1500s by Bishop Edward Story as a haven for those who sold their wares at the market. Chichester city centre The town is primarily pedestrianised, with shops concentrated mainly on the streets north, east, south and west of Chichester Cross, making for a pleasant shopping experience. Chichester's actual centre has an extensive pedestrian area, making for a very safe and spacious shopping experience! There are plenty of places to have lunch outside, and the cathedral and museum are right in the city's heart.
There is so much to do in this historic city and its surroundings. Catch a show at the famous Chichester Festival Theatre, visit Goodwood races such as the Festival of Speed, explore the cathedral and shops in the city centre, and visit Chichester Harbour.
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