Chichester in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... there is alot of traffic coming in and out of the city around rush hour - both on the A27 itself and throughout Chichester's one way system. There are quite a few carparks dotted around the city, but these are on the expensive side - most being about £1 per hour. On most days of the week it is relatively easy to find a parking space, but on market days (Wednesday's and Saturday's) it can be almost impossible. As far as public transport is concerned Chichester does have its own train station which and there are trains to/from here that go to Portsmouth, Southampton and London Victoria etc. There are also a number of buses although these ... more
Customer Chichester in General Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/09/10, updated on 10/09/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
In general: Chichester is one of the more affluent and picturesque cities in West Sussex and it is located roughly 15 minutes drive north of the coast (where I live in Pagham). Although it is technically a city, you wouldn't guess so from its size - I believe it's only classified as a city due to the presence of a cathedral. To look at the city has some really beautiful architecture and is very aesthetically pleasing - there are even some of the original roman walls surviving. The city centre is organised in a cross shape and partially pedestrianised (the roads are north/east/south and west street) with the structure shown in the photo situated in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Chichester has to be one of the best cities to visit and shop on the South coast. Situated in West Sussex, it is in a great location sandwiched neatly between the beautiful South Downs on one side and the fab coast on the other, so is the perfect base for a mini break if you are looking to explore the area. Like many historic towns, the centre is constructed around a traditional market cross, with the main shopping areas in each street leading from the cross - (North, South, East and West Street respectively). The shops are a great mix of high street stores (M&S, House of Fraser, Boots etc) plus one off boutiques and individual stores. Very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Chichester is situated in West Sussex, and is quite a nice little place, very country style and picturesque in many parts of the town. Chichester has its own university, and a quite useful shopping area. It also has a couple of theatres and quite a few industrial estates with massive stores and warehouses to shop in too. I have shopped in Chichester many a time, mainly in the pedestrianised shopping area and the shops they have are great. The stores include Lush, Boots, Sussex Book Shop, Superdrug, Waterstones, WH Smith, New Look, Crispins Cafe and The Body Shop. Most things can be found in Chichester's shopping area, they even have a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/09, updated on 30/06/09 (Useful, 39 readings)
Chichester has something for everyone. I have lived in/near Chichester all my life and really like it. Chichester is situated in between Portsmouth and Brighton on the south coast. The Cathedral is a sight and currently has peregian falcon living in the roof. Chichester is a beautiful city although quite small. The city center is set out like a cross with a wide range of shops, bars and resurants down each street. One of the nicest carvery's ever is at The Nags Head at the end of east street-well worth a visit. The best pub for live music is The Fountain in South street. In the summer there are various areas to catch the rays. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/08 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Chichester is a Cathedral City in West Sussex. It is not a big city and the main landmark is the Cathedral which is more than a 1000 years old. The roman walls formed the parameter of the city center. A stroll along the walls is a peaceful and delightful experience. In the center of the city is the Chichester Cross. The Chichester Cross is the intersection point of the city center, dividing the center into 3 section, the North Street, South Street and East Street. The Cross is an historical structure that was built in the 15th century. A big part of this street is paved for pedestrians only. Many well known High Street retailers like ... Read the complete review
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