If you want to see a bridge then fantastic. That is all. Okay to walk over but quite long: I would recommend getting the ferry across the river for 2 kuai instead.
the brdige is awesome. if you wanna walk, tat will be super awesome but there is a bridge foot walk fee and its pretty expensive. but bear in mind, this is the longest bridge ober the Yangtze. take a normal public bus and u will still feel the buzz.
I believe this is 1st Bridge and it is very near The Yellow Crane Tower. It is a favorite for people to walk across and under the foot of the WuChang side is a great little street that has lots of specialty & nick knack shops and large wonderful food vendor ally area where you can take what you buy... More
As we know wuhan city is combained with three parts ,hankou hanyang and wuchang.Hanyang and wuchan is commbined with this bridge.the bridge has two floors the first floor is for bus and the second floor is for train.The bridge was build in 1956 with the help of fomer Russia.the best view to observe this bridge is beside the yangtze river.If... More
joining the average people and dancing under the great bridge with all kinds of colour of lights reflect inside the water ....so relaxed that you can forget all the pain or unhappy moments in the day and smile to what life has given us!
It's a bridge, the first one across the Yangtze, built during the 50s. It's nothing special. It's not the Golden Gate. See it best from Yellow Crane Tower on a clear day. Your best chance of that is in the spring or fall after a good rain.
"Da Qiao", or the First Bridge of Yangtze River in Wuhan, was built in the late 50s when my parents were born. Today it still stands grand and firm as a major transportation route across the big river. The bridge is almost at the center of old Wuhan city and conveniently located close to some other attractions: the Yellow Crane... More
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