About this activity
What's included, what's not
English speaking guide
Chinese Lunch and Coke/Sprite
2 bottles of water p.p
Entry/Admission - Qingdao Site Museum of the Former German Governor's Residence
Know Before You Book
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
Most travelers can participate
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
What you can expect
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Qingdao Site Museum of the Former German Governor's Residence, No.26 Longshan Road, Shinan District, Qingdao 266000 China
Meet guide in the hotel lobby in the city center or at a pointed place but should be in the city center.
9:00 Qingdao train station
European style buildings, the railways of Qingdao lead to many big cities in the country with great transportation capacity.
9:20-10:20 Zhongshan Business road
The city's main thoroughfare and historic district - it is filled with shops, department stalls, restaurants, cinemas, etc. Qingdao's strong colonial heritage is evident from the numerous European style buildings and cobblestone-paved small alleys.
10:20-11:20 Picha Snack street
Qingdao city is nearby the beach so here you will see a lot of sea food and snacks for photos
11:20-12:20 Signal hill
It’s the highest hill in Qingdao and you may have nice view to see Qingdao city at the top of the hill 98 meters above sea level.
We will have Lunch at Local restaurant
14:00-15:00 Governor's Residence
Governor's Residence is a building assembling the essence of Western-style architectures. The construction was begun in 1905 and finished in 1908. It was the official residence of the German governor-general in the war zone of Jiao'ao. It is architecture of a classic German castle. The delicate shape, splendid ornaments, graceful lines and bold colors make the building one of the best examples of monomeric villas in China.
15:30-16:30 Badagaun - Eight Great Passes Scenic Area
Eight-Great Passes Area is used to have eight avenues that were named after eight famous passes in China. On October 12, 1898, the German Kaiser Wilhelm II formally named the Jiao’ao Concession downtown area as Qingdao, and went on to apply to Qingdao the late 19th century’s mist advanced European city planning concepts. The Badaguan villa area was a result of that city planning. Imbued with foreign flavor, Badaguan, this 'museum of world architecture,' encompasses nearly a hundred villas in different styles.
17:00 Transfer to hotel
Duration: 7 hours