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07 Apr 2019
Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire’s City Sightseeing buses in Chester are up and running for 2019 with a little help from a couple of Roman soldiers.
Actors dressed in gladiator outfits were spotted outside famous Chester landmarks, including those with links to the Roman Empire, posing for pictures with members of the public and offering chocolate coins to passengers on the hop-on-hop-off service.
The soldiers were seen outside Chester’s tourism hotspots including the Roman Amphitheatre, the banks of the River Dee, the Anglican Cathedral as well as walking the Chester city walls.
The Chester City Sightseeing bus gives tourists a simple way of seeing the city’s most popular destinations.