Wuhan is a three-in-one destination.
Once upon a time the three distinct cities of Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang joined together into ''Wuhan Three Towns''. Since then Wuhan has breathed life into the Central China serving as its largest financial, industrial and commercial center.
Catching up with Beijing and Shanghai, Wuhan offers all the comforts of big city. There you can find the full range of accommodation, from cheap hotels to luxury Wuhan offers, and all are already available at Booked.net before you even get there. You can check them out listed with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
The Yangtze and Hanjing Rivers split Wuhan into three parts. This division is geographical and cultural, as well. If Hankou will greet you with clean offices, white-collars workers dashing around the area and cafes fully packed in lunch time, Wuchang is a place to start touring the city, while to finish it, look for night adventure in Hanyang.
- Yellow Crane Tower, the largest attraction in Wuhan and one of China's four great towers
- Guiyuan Temple, the first Zen temple in Hubei
- Hubei Provincial Museum discovers the local culture of Hubei with exhibits on pottery, jewelry, and clothing
- Wuhan Zoo covers a compact area of amusement and beautiful garden with all kinds of animals
- Moshan Hill, a large park with monuments, temples of the 1990s
More than 3,500 years of history have made Wuhan incredibly rich with culture. Back to the first settlers of Shang Dynasty to the area, ambitious city of Wuhan soon grew to the busy port town in 206 BC. The next step was the ranking of the country's top four trading cities and prosperous commercial present in Wuhan.
Wuhan is busy with automobile manufacturing, steel manufacturing, biology engineering and so on. Business made Wuhan attractive for foreign investments with one third of French investment in China.
Anyway, for usual tourists business is incidental in the city as there are much more interesting things to do. What are they? Ask for the advice of friendly locals to hear what they do. "I like to eat delicious Re Gan Mian noodles; I like shoping in Han Zheng Street; I like to cross each bridge over the Yangtze; I like to live near the flourishing Liuduqiao area".
Whether you prefer to stay in Liuduqiao area or somewhere else, Booked.net will meet your needs.