Fabulous area but one review below says jianbing 25rmb. If you pay this there you are being RIPPED OFF. Jianbing should be about 7rmb, and never more than 10 unless adding an ‘extra’ like chicken stri...
Nanluoguxiang is an old street snack. Very crowded. We can buy so many snack like jianbing 25rmb. Beijing kaoya 30rmb. Crab 30rmb, pig leg, etc. There is a miniso too. There are many restaurant along ...
Nanluoguxiang is a place where different shops are lined up like an old street. Items range from clothing, shoes & home decors to toys such as third-party LEGO blocks and retro-style tin toys. There a...
There are not many people in Nangu Guxiang, and it is different from what I imagined. It feels quieter. I myself really like this old alley in the old street, although the Nanluogu Lane is no longer the appearance of the early years.
under the dense shade of trees, shops are lined up. Although it is not prosperous, it is also lively. I walked into a shop called the hand-made goods market. Found a magical hand-made world here.
After coming out of the hand-made goods market, it didn't take long before it was the Peking Cafe. Before you went there, you know that this is the secret garden of Nanluoguxiang.
Nanluoguxiang is a must-see for everyone who comes to Beijing. It is not only a hutong in Beijing but also a famous snack street. Don't miss the baby. It is recommended to go with a boyfriend or a few good girlfriends. It is too much to eat. It is recommended to come and eat. There is a Korean black ice cream inside, the store is very small and fresh for photography~
#tripaway Nanluoguxiang between Subway line 6 & 8. The whole area is nice to look around. We found many stores to buy souvenirs and different things, including to send a postcard back home. We relaxed and ate at different bars, stands, dessert carts, etc.
It is said that which Hutong is the most famous in the old city of Beijing, Nanluoguxiang is definitely on the list. Nanluoguxiang is the oldest block in Beijing. It has been the same age as Yuanda, and has existed for more than 740 years. The structure has not changed.
This alley, 8 meters wide, north-south trend, 787 meters long, is the only chessboard-style traditional residential area in China that preserves the Yuan Dynasty Hutong courtyard texture, the largest scale, the highest grade and the most abundant resources. It is also the oldest. Beijing style street.
Many foreigners have listed Nanluoguxiang as a must-see attraction in Beijing to experience the old Beijing culture. In history, it is definitely the wealthy area of old Beijing. From the Ming dynasty to the Qing dynasty, from the president of the Beiyang government to the president of the Kuomintang, from the literary master to the master of the painting, every hutong here left traces of history.
Nanluoguxiang has 8 hutongs arranged in a neat arrangement, showing a "fishbone shape", which continues the "checkerboard" pattern since ancient times. The whole block is like a big one. In these small alleys, there are not many people who have lived in great names.
Green Palace is in the fried bean alley, the original Wangfu is very large, the front door is in the fried bean alley, the back door is in the board factory alley, spanning two hutongs. After the Republic of China, the government was gradually auctioned by the descendants of the prince and was divided into many courtyards.
Chinese painting master Qi Baishi once lived in Yuer Hutong and has now become an attraction for tourists to visit.
Located in the center of Beijing, Nanluoguxiang is a hutong filled with bourgeois sentimentality and old Beijing charm. It is also one of Beijing's fashionable destinations. Here, numerous art and literary specialty shops congregate, as well as a large variety of snack kiosks. Young people, especially the artistic ones, regard it as a must-see destination in Beijing. In the small alleys along the main street of Nanluoguxiang are the former residences of many famous Chinese people. Among them are the mansion of nobleman Sengge Rinchen of the Qing Dynasty and the former residence of the last Empress Wanrong.
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