Nanjing, an ancient capital city of Jiangsu, China, enjoys a worldwide reputation for its history and culture.
Archaeological findings show that human ancestors lived in Nanjing around 300,000 years ago, and primitive villages took shape 6,000 years ago.
Purple Mountain with a total area of 31 square kilometers and Xuanwu Lake with a total area of 4.7 square kilometers is the two best view in Nanjing. The mountain and the lake provide the best place for some programs of outdoor trade fair.
Profound cultural heritages and tourism resources
Nanjing has been the capital of ten dynasties. The Imperial Tomb of Ming Dynasty has been listed as the world heritage. More historic scenes like The Ming Dynasty Walls and Confucius Temple may be found in Nanjing. Natural lakes such as Xuanwu Lake and Mochou Lake are located in the center of the city and are easily accessible to the public, while hills like Purple Mountain are covered with evergreens and oaks and host various historical and cultural sites.
Nanjing airport has regular daily connections to all the major Chinese cities and there are also direct flights to Frankfurt, Osaka, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Macao. As Nanjing is near to Shanghai, it takes about 70 minutes by train from Shanghai to Nanjing, so it will be a quite convenient tour for international guests.