Tourists treated to a blast from past.
Byline: VICTORIA McMAHON
TOURISTS will get the chance to step back in time and meet some of Belfast's most famous residents.
George Best, CS Lewis, and Arthur Chichester will be meeting and greeting visitors walking around the streets as part of the Living Tours Belfast.
It follows a route from the Belfast Welcome Centre in Donegall Place to the City Hall, Albert Clock and finishes in Cathedral Quarter For the Belfast area, see .
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STEP BACK IN TIME Actors dress up for Living Tours Belfast yesterday