Metro map of Shanghai

Map of metro in Shanghai
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Shanghai metro map
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More to see in Shanghai
The number of fascinating attractions to explore is huge. So, Shanghai is one of the sure leaders of our planet. In the centre of the city there is People's Square - a starting point for many excursions. The major government agencies and cultural centers are concentrated next to the largest public square. It should be noticed that "square", an amazingly beautiful place, can be called only conditionally. Instead of the classic paved area, you can see the gorgeous park with plenty of interesting landscape decorations. Near the square there is one of the most visited cultural centers of the city – Shanghai Museum. The building of it is an unusual architectural monument, it resembles a huge box. It was built in 1952. There was a racetrack long ago. Currently, the architectural complex was converted into a modern cultural centre. To accommodate a priceless exposition the Museum has 11 galleries. A separate gallery is reserved for the storage of ancient sculptures. The collection of ceramics and products of their beautiful blue porcelain are incredibly popular. One of the most unusual attractions is the Yuyuan Garden. It impresses with the variety of lovely plants and architectural attractions. It is situated not far from the colorful market. An amazing garden was founded in the 17th century, its territory gradually expanded. Then a lot of small markets and shops appeared. Today it is a major shopping district and a popular tourist destination. Here is the wonderful temple … Read further

Our travel guides to Shanghai

Cuisine and top restaurants

Broth with various kinds of noodles, vegetables, meat or seafood, or a vegetarian version of this soup is the most popular street food. It is unusual to eat noodles as a snack for Europeans. However, this is one of the most popular options for a snack or lunch here. Many Shanghai residents prefer this dish even for breakfast. If you are afraid to buy food on the streets, you can have a snack in the food courts of … Open

Traditions and mentality of Shanghai

Lantern Festival and Memorial Day are also widely celebrated here. Valentine's Day is a very popular holiday. It is celebrated on the seventh day of the seventh month of the lunar calendar. Double seven days is another name for it. Shanghai tourism festival deserves attention from the annual events. It takes place in September-early October. This festival is dedicated to the culture of China. It is accompanied by … Open

Travel guide to Shanghai

Shanghai is an excellent place for shopaholics. Travelers will easily purchase a ton of exclusive items in this gorgeous place. As a rule, tourists like buying Chinese tea, some sorts of which are more expensive than gold. Local tea is famous for its strong taste. In the city, there are many specialty stores that sell tea and various accessories for brewing it. Besides that, Shanghai has been famous for its quality … Open

Shanghai for children - what to visit

If you want to walk among the trees, ride a bike, rollerblade or have a small picnic on the green lawn, then go to Century Park. This is one of the few areas in the city where there is a lot of greenery. You can also take a quiet walk in the Shanghai Sculpture Park. It is worth going here with very young children. This island of calm will allow you to relax and take a break from the bustle of the city. You can … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

There are many markets in the city. They have their own specialization. For example, you will find jewelry made of precious metals and pearls at the Sunshine Bazaar and the First Asian Jewelry market. Various gadgets and phones are sold on the Cybermart market. You should go to Tien Shan for tea. You will find antiques and rare items at Dongtai Lu Antique Market. It is recommended to buy fake clothes and shoes. … Open

Advices for travellers

15. Credit cards are not accepted everywhere. Therefore, be sure to have cash. 16. Food is generally safe here. The main thing is not to forget about hygiene. Be sure to wash your hands before eating. You shouldn't drink tap water. Be sure to buy bottled water. 17. It is not customary to leave a tip, especially in small cafes and restaurants. 14. There is Internet in most hotels. However, the traffic is … Open

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