The Imperial Street of the Southern Song Dynasty is very worth visiting. It’s really a pleasure to go around here if you have anything to do. I still remember a bowl of noodles that day. The noodles were cut out with a knife of nearly half a meter. Anyway, walking the whole street a few more back and forth will make you feel more interested, don’t believe it? come and see? [Scenery] Beautiful [Interesting] High [Cost-effective] High
A very nice street to walk around. There are many interesting shops and cozy cafes around. It’s a good place to go for a dinner, there are many restaurants around and also many snacks. It’s a very nice part of the city and more traditional. It’s near the lake so you can visit it in a day together with other attractions.
The Southern Song Dynasty Royal Street is next to Hefang Street. If you have time, you must go shopping. Don't hesitate to walk. There are not so many people in Hefang Street outside, and there are not so many hawkers. It is a street where you can walk. If it is night, there will be fewer people. Remember to bring a partner with you.
What are the Southern Song Dynasty Imperial Street and Hefang Street being built? The last two visits were all dusty, and I felt a headache when I looked at it. It was so dusty when it was so easy to go shopping, and I didn’t want to go there anymore. The first half is okay, but not the second half.
From the Imperial Street in the south, it starts from the north gate of Huangcheng and Ningmen (now the intersection of Wansongling and Fenghuangshan Road), and passes through Chaotianmen (now Gulou), Zhongshan Middle Road, Zhongshan North Road, Guanqiao, from Jinguanqiao to Jinfengqi Road, The area around the intersection of Wulin Road is the central axis of Lin'an City in the Southern Song Dynasty, with a total length of about 4185 meters. It was a special road for the emperor to worship the ancestors from the "Si Meng" (Meng Chun, Meng Xia, Meng Qiu, Meng Dong) to Jingling Palace (now west of Wulin Road, where the statues of the royal ancestors were enshrined).