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[1-Day Tour] Shanghai City Highlights (Group)


Day Tour | Group Tour

Monday, Wednesday & Friday


Shanghai Old Street | Yu Garden | The Bund | People's Square | Shanghai Museum | French Concession

Delve into the cultural and historical depths of Shanghai, an Asian metropolis tinted with Western elegance. Witness the modern magnificence of the Bund's world-famous skyline, wander the ancient Yu Garden, observe the old wax museum and meander Tianzifang's streets by grasping Shanghai past and present on our city day tour.


7:30 a.m. Shanghai downtown hotel pickup

8:30 a.m. Shanghai Old Street (about 30 minutes)

Historically known as Miaoqian Dajie, the old business district combines tourist attractions, shops, entertainment and cultural exhibits. As it was once home to the city's earliest bank, gold shop, jeweler's store, wine shop and tea house, its rich cultural heritage shines through.

9:00 a.m. Yu Garden (Yù Yuán, 豫园) (about 1 hour)

The Yu Gardens are a classical oasis—albeit a generally crowded one—in Shanghai's relentlessly modernizing cityscape. The gardens, completed in 1577 by the aristocratic Ming Dynasty Pan family, retain their original grace and elegance even in the face of throngs of tourists and the commercial hubbub of Yuyuan Market just on the other side of the garden walls. Situated in the City God Temple area, it's the perfect place to pick up some of city's finest mementos and souvenirs for your friends and family back home.

11:00 p.m. the Bund (Wàitān, 外滩) (about 40 minutes)

One of Shanghai's most recognizable destinations, the Bund is known for its impressive array of foreign concession-era Art Deco and neoclassical architecture, fusing both Western and Chinese characteristics. The Bund also offers breathtaking views of Pudong's towering and simply astonishing skyline; a seemingly stunning contrast of past and present Shanghai. You will walk the Garden Bridge from the Bund Bull and wander around Huangpu Park, learning about the Bund's history and the New Pudong District from the guide at hand.

12:00 p.m. Lunch at a local restaurant

1:00 p.m. People's Square (Rénmín Guǎngchǎng, 人民广场) (about 30 minutes)

People's Square, like much of today's Shanghai, is a showcase. Fortunately, it's also home to beautifully maintained gardens and parkscapes, culminating in People's Park, which occupies the northeastern quadrant of this massive tract of land in the middle of Puxi (the west bank of the Huangpu River).

2:00 p.m. Shanghai Museum (Shànghǎi Bówùguǎn, 上海博物馆) (about 1.5 hours)

One of China's four largest museums, the Shanghai Museum is primarily dedicated to showcasing artifacts from China's long history, including rare specimens of jade, bronzes, ceramics, calligraphy and painting. It also exhibits major traveling exhibitions from around the world. One hall displays traditional ceremonial outfits from many of the remarkably diverse ethnic groups living with the territory governed by the People's Republic today.

4:00 p.m. French Concession (Fǎ Zūjiè, 法租界) (about 30 minutes)

The former French Concession is, for many visitors, the highlight of a visit to Shanghai, delivering much of what this fabled city promises. It's also become the city's hottest and hippest neighborhood, where trendy bars and clubs multiply like mushrooms after a rainstorm. Shanghai's idiosyncratic push-pull between new and old, development and preservation, takes a special form in the French Concession, making it an absolutely unique urban experience.

5:30 p.m. Return to hotel

* Please note: 2 shopping stops (tea house & pearl city) will be arranged during the trip, about 30 minutes each.

Price Includes and Excludes

What is included?

1) English-speaking guide service

2) Admission fees, meals and transportation as listed in details

What is excluded?

1) Personal expenses, optional items or anything else not specifically mentioned

Important Notes

1.Please call or email Ctrip if you need to cancel your booking. Free cancellation for bookings cancelled at least 3 days in advance. If you cancel 2 days or less before your visit, a 100% cancellation fee will be charged per booking.

2.On departure date we will pick you up from hotels. Free pickup/drop-off available for hotels situated within the Mid Ring Road of Shanghai, otherwise an additional charge applies. You will be contacted before 11:00 p.m. the day before your scheduled activity to confirm pickup information regarding your driver and/or tour guide. Please call Anna @(+86)18918033987 for any urgent matters.

3.Only credit card payments will be accepted. Once payment has cleared, Ctrip will send you a confirmation email with your booking details. If credit card payment does not clear, your booking will automatically be canceled. In order to process your payment smoothly, we highly recommend you inform your credit card bank about this transaction in advance.

4.Time arrangements described in itineraries are subject to change. Guides reserve the right to change arrangements according to weather, transportation and other variable conditions.

5.If you opt to join only part of this activity, you forfeit the right to join subsequent parts, as well as the right to receive a refund for any part of the activity that you miss.

6.All listed meals are Chinese food unless otherwise noted. Please notify us ahead of time for any dietary restrictions (allergies, vegetarian, kosher, etc.).

7.Please ensure personal and travel information is entered correctly. Ctrip will not refund any losses that result from incorrect and missing information.

8.This product is not open to Chinese passport holders.

9.Bookings made after 7:00 p.m. the day before your scheduled activity will be canceled.


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- Children: 2-12 years old and shorter than 1.2m (3 ft 11 in)

- Each child must be accompanied by at least 1 adult.

- Prices for group products are fixed. For private products, the bigger the group the lower the price per person.