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Ancient city tour

During my business trip, our host took us to visit the old town. The place is nice and well... read more

Reviewed January 10, 2018
rzer
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Ashdod, Israel
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Fascinating old China experience

Very crowded but most enjoyable small shops and local entertainment. I enjoyed the glass blowing... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2017
KiwiGranNewZealand
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Auckland, New Zealand
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Jan 10, 2018
“Ancient city tour”
Aug 20, 2017
“Fascinating old China experience”
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Reviewed January 10, 2018 via mobile

During my business trip, our host took us to visit the old town. The place is nice and well kept-clean and tidy. You could find lot of stores, yet most of them are quite expensive. Went to see the local museum, which lacked English translation...More

1  Thank rzer
Reviewed August 20, 2017

Very crowded but most enjoyable small shops and local entertainment. I enjoyed the glass blowing shop and also found some silk scarves at a good price adjacent to the museum entrance.

1  Thank KiwiGranNewZealand
Reviewed July 12, 2017 via mobile

Old shops stile and place where you can see topical old job and old handmade items (especially textile items like dresses) but mix with new things. If you are in Zibo...you must to visiting.

1  Thank Mauro M
Reviewed August 8, 2016

This was a change of plan stop, a short distance from our hotel and frankly, it was a good change. First, let me say this; if you've been to the "water villages" around Shanghai, there is no need to visit here. It has the same...More

Thank Kevin B
Reviewed April 29, 2016

If you in the area, this is a nice visit for a few hours. There are a few interesting shops and some old restored architecture but only a few local places to eat. I'll need to go back again as I'm sure I missed something...More

1  Thank bareboneii
Reviewed November 17, 2015

Entrance to the Ancient City is free but a ticket (buy at the entrance) is required to visit the old houses and factories. Lots of little shops selling the usual tourist tat.

Thank Douglas M
Reviewed October 26, 2015

Excellent view of Chinese old houses, culture and history. Old habits is still on the streets. Good food, cheap shopping stores. A place to stay at least 4 hours.

Thank Roberto W
Reviewed April 13, 2015

This area is very interesting from a cultural point of view when you realise that many enterprises began here. Some have famous lineage and others are names now forgotten, it's not a single reason to come here yet it should be on your list if...More

1  Thank Neil C
Reviewed February 4, 2015

Zhoucun Ancient City is a relic of Zibo's past. Walk the narrow streets (but watch for cars). Enjoy the old architecture and poke your head into the shops (that, in times past, housed other things). If you like taking pictures or taking selfies, this is...More

1  Thank ChanRoberts
Reviewed October 8, 2014 via mobile

Tourist street and it's packed daily with inland tourist. It's rare to find foreigners. Old pre war buildings and old history of various establishment can be found here. Worth the walk. Time spent. 1 half hours to finish walking. Took a taxi from zibo city...More

2  Thank ahseow
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