Zhongdu Hotel Pingyao

Address: No.1 Shuncheng Rd, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

Ancient City of Pingyao

A travel blog entry by mktravels on Jan 27, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... not to appreciate the authentic flavor of old times as you walk down what feels like a huge film set. Narrow streets, trap the smell of burning coal and red lanterns light the whole city.

In the last few hotels we have been cold, so the extra cold weather helped M prise another note or two from his wallet and add a few more stars to our accommodation.

Day 2 - Mian Shan, aborted ...

Pingyao, China's best preserved walled city

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 28, 2014

70 photos

... Stopped off for a coffee en route as I discovered I was desperate for one, definitely an addict, (and the Boss joined me for a cappuccino. )The only thing, so far, that seems to be rather expensive in China at Y28 for a cup. The Confucius Temple was a beautiful series of tranquil courtyards and hopefully you will get the flavour of the large courtyard garden from the panoramic shots. We really loved the painting, decoration and carvings in all of the temples, ...

China - Pingyao

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment, 88 photos

... in Pingyao which were built during the reign of Ming Dynasty, rebuilt in 1703 but destroyed in the war. The gate towers we could see today were renovated in the 1990s.

Although we originally planned to eat we couldn't have passed the Gongji Gate without climbing to the top of it. It's also one of a few places where you can walk on the top of the city walls, and thus get a nice view of the city of Pingyao. While wandering around the city walls we passed by a ...

Ancient tunnel network & great cobbled streets

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 19, 2013

1 photo

... and women sitting on street corners. The cobblestoned streets and 800-year-old buildings were made all the better by the fact this had not been touristified in any way and was almost completely tourist free. We enjoyed exploring another temple spotting the odd monk before heading back to our sleeping taxi driver and getting a lift back to the bus station. It was a fairly bumpy bus ride back into Pingyao where we worked out the logistics for the next day at the bus station. We had ...

Pingyao and the Children

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 03, 2013

99 photos

Today was so good. So busy, but so good. We left Datong and went to Pingyao in the morning. We had a new bus driver, too; I guess the first became sick of all the insanity. I like the new one much better, mostly because he's far more friendly and abstains from smoking on the bus.

Our first stop was Zhenguo Temple. There were multiple chambers to explore, but I only examined two of them before I heard voices.

As I entered the second courtyard, I came upon ...