Nanjing Tourist Attractions Guide
Purple Mountain is known as the “lung of Nanjing” and for good reason. This massive, forested park area situated within Nanjing boasts fresh and cool air compared to the muggy, polluted city center.
Price:Free enter for the outside, inner side 20 Yuan/ticket
Close to the city center and featuring 368 hectares of water and 104 hectares of land, Xuanwu Lake Park is a favourite getaway for locals. Well before the sunrise and even after sunset, the park is bustling with visitors. Some come to walk, jog, or fly kites, others to practice Tai Chi, and many more just want to enjoy the scenery
Price:Toll 30 RMB, go and back
Nanjing Yangtze River Tunnel finally finished, let`s driver there and have a look of this amazing tunnel in Nanjing, which made many generations dream come true, no more traffic jam on Yangtze River Bridge, no more slow ferry, it will only take 5 minutes to cross Yangtze River.
The majesty, mystery, abundance and the aura of oceans has always captivated me, and as in my knowledge, the most of us! A feeling of mysterious peace and wonder wraps us, while we enjoy the serenity and the magical aura that it spills...
Nanjing City Wall, constructed during the Yuan and Ming Dynasties between 1365 and 1386, originally stretched over 30km which made it the longest city wall in the world. Now, with about two thirds of the wall still intact it still remains the longest city wall in China. It reaches all the way from the North end of Xuan
Hours:Open 7:30am to 5:00pm
Address:No. 292 Changjiang Lu
Presidential Palace was the Office of the President of the Republic of China before the republic relocated to Taiwan in 1949.
Address:No.390 Mochou Road
Originally constructed nearly 400 years ago, Mochou Road Church is the oldest Catholic Cathedral in Nanjing and one of the municipal cultural relics. It is said that the church was built by an Italian churchman who was considered “the forerunner to promoting cultural exchanges between east and west”.
This gate is the Southern gate of the whole city wall, as well as the largest castle gate in the world. The whole city wall is about 33km and took about 20 years to finish it.
You can walk on the wall or even biking on it, super nice!
Hours:All Day, especially at night
Price:Entrance to the actual temple is 35 yuan.
Situated in the south part of Nanjing and surrounded by the Qinhuai River, the Confucius Temple (Fuzimiao) is one of the city’s most popular attractions. Confucius Temple consists of a cluster of symetrically arranged buildings and covers an area of over 26,000 square meters. The temple is home to excellent examples of both Ming and Qing dynasty architecture.