Qibao Old Street, Shanghai

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Step back in time as you wander along Qibao Old Street, situated along the Puhui River. Admire the traditional architecture of the houses and temples that line the street, or sample the countless delicacies and snacks offered by the street vendors. You can also stop by several museums along the way, as well as traditional shops and tea houses. Take a boat ride to see the area from a different perspective and get away from crowds for a short while. Take a look at our Shanghai trip planning app to schedule your visit to Qibao Old Street and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Both sides of the road accompanies the food and souvenir shops. Bridge and end up here in the middle and I believe further that same travellers consist of shops. Before and after the suit is about 200 m there. So crowded was the sense of distance. Why don't you go and have a time not far from subway line 9, qibao, so how about?.
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  • A discovery. A town of water not far from the Centre of the metropolis of Shanghai. A good and simple example of true water cities around Shanghai. A lot of people, but the presence of water maintains an atmosphere calm and relaxed despite the "festival of street-food". Council to take advantage to sample some treats popular, certainly not findable in the Bund or in Pudong. Be careful though to the Café on the river. We paid 226 Y (about 29 euros) for the 2!
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  • I visited and milk. Water can take the subway from the Shanghai City, full of retro is a recommended tourist spot.
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  • Good place
  • # Path # qibao town, Minhang district, a prosperous Street (qi Xing Road between the new town), this time from Xujiahui in the past, and replaced with Line 9 line seven precious things stations, 2nd left, passing the public toilet, and then left a 10-minute walk, is up. # Food # eat of things very very more, basically each article road are plug of full, this eat of first home is cattle sheep miscellaneous soup, because day is cold, see this on think is delicious, I not eat sheep, will has cattle miscellaneous, up a bowl are is rich of cattle visceral, soup in has fans, white pepper to smell, broth is delicious, but eat visceral on is fishy has, I added has points vinegar. Ordered the potstickers, the result is shared inside the dumpling, fried, tastes good, which are delicacies, we ate it. There are a lot of good food is not written one by one, everyone went to eat according to their own tastes, their pants.
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  • You have to see the Shanghai air row
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  • Shanghai suburbs in the Township to a village where you can easily take a subway ride to write to a variety of food options are many.
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