Beijing to Shanghai Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Beijing to Shanghai - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Eight Passes

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Named after the Great Wall's eight strategic passes, this scenic area lies in between Taiping and the Huiquan Cape. Sometimes referred...

German Governor's Residence

  • Museum/Gallery

The cookie dough–colored German Governor's Residence, transformed into a museum in 1996, was where the mustachioed governor and his...

Granite Mansion

  • House/Mansion/Villa

After the German Governor's Residence, the 1903 Granite Mansion is Qingdao's most famous example of concession-era German architecture.

Huadong Winery

  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

Near Laoshan is Huadong Winery, Shandong's premier vinous brand made from vines imported from France back in the 1980s. Although not...

Lu Xun Park

  • Park/Playground

Built in 1929, this park named for the distinguished Chinese writer and revolutionary sits on the rocky coastline of Huiquan Bay. It's...

Mount Lao

  • Mountain–Sight

Rising to a height of more than 3,280 feet, Mount Lao (Lao Shan) is just as scenic—though not as famous— as Shandong neighbour Mount...

Navy Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

A short walk from the west entrance of Lu Xun Park is the Navy Museum, with an arsenal of archaic weaponary, Russian-made fighter planes,...

Protestant Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Qingdao's charming Protestant Church is easy to spot: look for the ostentatious green spire resembling a medieval castle. It was built...

St. Michael's Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

With its towering 200-foot twin steeples and red-tile roof, St Michael's is probably Qingdao's most recognisable landmark. The classic...

Sun Yat-sen Park

  • Park/Playground

The largest of the city's parks, Sun Yat-sen Park is inland from Huiquan Bay and has a number of attractions, including a small zoo,...

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