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14 Days 13 Nights Most Popular Cruise and Tourist Cities

Overview

  • Unlock Shanghai, Guilin, Xian, and Beijing, four most-visited tourist cities in China
  • Cruise on the Li and Yangtze rivers, two most popular sightseeing water channels in China
  • Learn ancient wars from the Terracotta Army and Great Wall, two most historical military relics in China

Description

Day 1  Arrival in Shanghai

Welcome to Shanghai, the magic city of China. It is the largest city in China. After China opened its door to the world in 1978, Shanghai’s economy developed rapidly. The Lujiazui Financial and Trade Zone, known as the “Oriental Wall Street”, was established across the Bund. Thousands of skyscrapers rose from the ground.

Your tour guide will pick you up at the airport or train station and accompany you to your hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel in Shanghai

Meals: None

Day 2  Shanghai City Highlights Tour

Shanghai Museum
The Shanghai Museum is one of the four major museums in China. Founded in 1952, it has a collection of nearly 1.02 million pieces of cultural relics, including 140,000 pieces of essential relics. The recommended visiting time is two hours.
Yu Garden
The Yu Garden is a traditional classic garden in south China. It was built by a nobleman for his retired father. There is a Market outside the garden where you can buy many special crafts and souvenirs.
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street is one of the top ten pedestrian streets in China. It is a gathering place for department stores and a paradise for shoppers. Nowadays, tourists who come to Shanghai will take Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street as a must-see stop.
The Bund
The Bund has many titles, ” gallery of international architecture”, “Oriental Wall Street” and so on. From the 19th century to the early 20th century, the Bund was a concession for many countries, and consulates of various countries were located here. The historical background has created a unique exotic style on the Bund.
Shanghai Tower
If you want to appreciate the charm of modern Shanghai, don’t forget to visit the Shanghai Tower, tallest building in China and the second tallest building in the world. The fastest elevator in the world allows you to reach the top of the skyscraper in only 55 seconds.

Accommodation: Hotel in Shanghai

Meals: Breakfast   Lunch

 

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