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Take a trip to Shanghai

Welcome to the vibrant metropolis of Shanghai, a sparkling jewel. Immerse yourself in the effervescence of this cosmopolitan city, where every moment is imbued with a unique emotion.
Discover the Bund, Shanghai's famous waterfront, offering panoramic views of the city's impressive skyline. Be seduced by the timeless charm of the Old Town, with its picturesque alleyways, ancient temples and peaceful gardens. Explore the trendy Xintiandi district, where history meets contemporary elegance. Don't miss the iconic Shanghai Museum, home to a rich collection of Chinese art, offering a journey through centuries of Chinese history and culture.
Shanghai is a city that will captivate, amaze and inspire you at every step. Whether you're passionate about architecture, gastronomy, shopping or history, this dynamic metropolis is ready to offer you an unforgettable experience.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Shanghai

  • Nanjing Road: A dive into the beating heart of Shanghai

    Discover the pulsating soul of Shanghai as you venture down the legendary Nanjing Road. This iconic thoroughfare is much more than just a shopping street: it’s a sensory experience that captures the energy and essence of this bustling metropolis.
    As you stroll along Nanjing Road, marvel at the neon signs, luxury stores, trendy boutiques and modern shopping malls.
    Don’t forget to venture into the small adjacent streets, known as “shikumen“, where you’ll discover an authentic atmosphere with handicraft stores, quaint cafés and traditional restaurants serving delicious food.

  • The Bund

    In the heart of Shanghai, along the banks of the Huangpu River, lies a landmark that captures the very essence of this dynamic metropolis: the Bund . With its imposing historic buildings and breathtaking views of the skyline, the Bund is a symbol of the history, glamour and evolution of this cosmopolitan city. Admire architectural gems such as the Bank of China, the Bund Center, the Peace Hotel and many more. The panoramic view from the Bund is breathtaking. The juxtaposition of historic buildings and futuristic towers creates a unique atmosphere where old and new meet.
    For an even more memorable experience, take the ferry across the Huangpu River to admire the Bund from the water. This perspective offers a spectacular view of both banks of Shanghai, highlighting the grandeur of this dynamic metropolis.

  • Yuyuan Garden

    In the midst of Shanghai’s urban hustle and bustle lies a real treasure: Yuyuan Garden. This magnificent traditional garden offers a peaceful, serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
    As you enter the park, you’ll be enveloped by an atmosphere of tranquility and natural beauty. The paths will lead you past ponds, zigzag bridges, delicately adorned pavilions and majestic pagodas. One of the highlights of Yuyuan Garden is the jade magnificence Hall, an exquisitely detailed traditional building offering a view of the entire garden. And don’t miss the nearby Chenghuangmiao bazaar.

  • Tianzifang district

    Discover the creative essence of Shanghai by venturing into the charming Tianzifang district. Nestled in the heart of the city, this bohemian district is a veritable paradise for lovers of art and authenticity.
    As you stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of Tianzifang, you’ll be transported to a world bursting at the seams. From local craft stores to contemporary art galleries, every corner reveals a new surprise. One of Tianzifang’s must-sees is the Taikang Temple, a place of peaceful spirituality.
    For food lovers, the cafés, trendy restaurants and street food stalls are an invitation to culinary discovery. Taste local delicacies such as xiaolongbao (steamed bites) or jianbing (Chinese pancakes).
    Tianzifang’s artistic soul blends harmoniously with its lively atmosphere. Street performances, ephemeral exhibitions and cultural events regularly punctuate life in the district. You might even be lucky enough to take part in a creative workshop or an open-air art show.Take time to soak up the unique atmosphere of the Hutongs, observe the daily life of the inhabitants, admire the typical old houses and let yourself be guided by the magic of these historic districts.

  • Qibao

    Located less than 20 km from the big city, the ancient town of Qibao will sweep you off your feet with its cobbled streets and picturesque canals. This excursion offers a change of scenery.
    Stroll along the lively streets lined with traditional stores, where local crafts take pride of place. Soak up the lively atmosphere of the Qibao temple, where the scent of incense perfumes the air and spirituality blends with traditional architecture. Admire the magnificent gardens that surround the temple and let yourself be carried away by the serenity that emanates from this sacred place. For an unforgettable experience, climb aboard a small boat and cruise along the canals of Qibao. Stone bridges and ancient houses make for a picturesque sight.
    Qibao is also famous for its lively night market, where you can pick up unique souvenirs and handicrafts. Indulge in jade jewelry, hand-decorated fans or traditional works of art.

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