Travel to Nanjing is not easy.
Even if you do it on a budget, you’ll want to be prepared for a lot of things, like crowds, people who don’t speak English and some strange things like people dressed in black.
But one thing you should not have to worry about is getting lost.
The city of about 1.6 million is known for its beautiful, imposing skyline, and is also home to one of China’s most iconic sights: The Forbidden City, where statues and statues of Chinese emperor and emperor-like figures stand for hundreds of years, sometimes more than 1,000 years.
And with so many places to see in and around Nanjing that you can spend a whole day there, it’s not a bad place to start if you’re interested in exploring China’s sprawling capital.
Here are some of the best things to do in and near Nanjing:Read more