On the east coast of China, at the mouth of the Yangtze River on the Huangpu River, lies the port city of Shanghai, the most important industrial city in the People's Republic.
Shanghai can be divided into two areas: East of the Huangpu is the modern Pudong with its skyscrapers, modernist new buildings and the harbour, west of the river is Puxi, the "old Shanghai"
Both parts have a lot to offer for tourists who flock to Shanghai millions of times a year. Let a guided tour show you Shanghai and discover the wonderful colonial buildings, the impressive skyscrapers, the numerous parks and modern shopping malls and immerse yourself in the impressive and interesting history of Shanghai and its people
Facts & Figures: The city of Shanghai covers an area of around 6300 km² and has a total of 13.9 million inhabitants. About two million tourists visit the port city every year
Shanghai sights: There are many things worth seeing in Shanghai - no wonder, as it is the largest city in the country. Highlights include the Bund, the Huangpu River promenade, which is particularly impressive for its historic buildings, such as the former British Consulate or the Peace Hotel, the 340-meter-high Jin Mao Tower, the Longhua Temple, the Nanpu and Yangpu bridges, the two longest suspension bridges in the world (8,346 and 7,658 meters), which connect the old and new Shanghai, the Yu Garden from the times of the Ming Dynasty and the Shanghai Museum
Souvenirs: Typical souvenirs for those who stayed at home are painting rolls made of silk, figures carved from stone, porcelain, antiques, calligraphy material or dragons in all colours and sizes.