This republic is inevitably a people's republic, if you consider that more than out of five people on the planet is Chinese. It is colossal too, with a surface area of more than ten million square kilometres.No wonder you can easily get lost among its maze of valleys, as well as of monuments to visit (the Great Wall is just the visible part of an enormous heritage) and the legacy of its successive dynasties. In China, you can find your idea of paradise.
Like the Shadong province, on the east coast, In particular, the seaside city of Qingdao, lodged on the peninsula. The fact that it brews its own beer and hosts an international festival dedicated to the goddess of brewers are not its only merits. Qingdao is a good example of what contemporary China is today, with its continuous processions of cyclists, non-stop activity and rapid modernisation. Located wihtin view of the famous Mount Laoshan which is venerated by Taoists, Qingdao has a number of captivating natural sites in its close surroundings by captivating. China, the world’s third largest country, offers a wide range of excursion possibilities. In addition to an extended railway network, there are long distance bus services throughout its provinces. In the countryside, it is easy to meet the inhabitants who can be very welcoming. In the cities, the Chinese people’s traditional way of life is being gradually combined with an excessive taste for Western influences. As for gastronomy, which has long been one of China’s principal exports, you will discover how rich and subtle it really is, compared to what you might taste in a Chinese restaurant in Paris, Moscow or New York.