No guided tour here. Just mapped the place out and got to walking. There's a great hidden market back in there that seems endless and crammed with artisans. Go for a stroll.
About Former French Concession
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Mainly the trees along many of the streets at this concession gives you the feeling of not being at Shanghai at all,... and the little shops, little signature restaurants and coffee shops, and little boutiques here and there. Otherwise, also crowded with stylish Chinese restaurants...More
The French Concession is a beautiful neighborhood in Shanghai. There are lots of tree lined streets, magnificent homes, great little shops and places to eat and drink. If you have some time to wonder the streets in Shanghai, I higher recommend you head to the...More
It's quite an experience to see old French architecture in a Chinese city and interspersed with Chinese daily life and cultural symbols. I took a lot of pictures when I went there to walk around during the day, and I would have liked to have...More
Must spend time here on your trip to Shanghai! Spend some time before your trip learning about the history of this region which was home to wealthy French expats before 1940’s. Walk into the beautiful Okura Garden hotel to drool over the Art Deco Architecture...More
A total must if in this location plenty of places to eat or take coffee, was a huge queue for museum would recommend to book for this
very nice area for some shopping and walking. different than the rest of shanghai. compared to nanjing road its very quiet and chilled. lots of small restaurants and bars
The French Concession is worth the visit. My rating might be unfair as it was different to maybe what I expected ie more modern and less Chinese.
A European sector in the heart of Shanghai offering outstanding places to eat food easily recognized by Westerners. Nice shopping and some interesting historical sites.