Volto sempre a esta rua distinta em cultura russa e moderna Europa colorida de pessoas bonitas. Hà tanto para descobrir. Aqui encontrará muitos centros comerciais de luxo e lojas de artigos russos. Sugiro que comece a sua visita à Harbin aqui. Os comerciantes não falam inglês mas são geralmente muito simpáticos. Aqui também será o único sítio onde pode comprar bom pão estilo baguete francesa, beber um bom café e todo o tipo de alimentos como manteiga, creme de queijos nos muitos e bons supermercados. Proteja-se do frio e compre lembranças no posto de turismo, um edifício lindíssimo. Adoro cada vez mais.
the street is super in during night times. it is full of lightings. there are so many things available ( foreign food especially i like it). and the architecture is full of europian style building and all. there is a mart connecting to the street "europian plaza", it is sao good and so many europian dresses, food.....etc available.
Absolutely enjoyed visiting this pedestrian street. I went back everyday of my stay in Harbin. It’s also close to the Zhaolin park which was lovely to see the ice sculptures lit up at night. The variety of restaurants, bars and Russian stores were unexpected but very much welcomed. Loved getting some rum ice cream and Russian food here, wasn’t brave enough to try the hot Coca Cola though lol
Central Street is beautiful. I believe that visitors to Harbin will not miss this place. The buildings there are very beautiful and distinctive. A variety of buildings of different colors and styles are arranged in a street, but magically they don't feel chaotic, they just feel beautiful and atmospheric. I believe they should be more valuable in the eyes of architects. There are many famous shops on Central Street, such as Madeleine Ice Hockey, Madeleine West Restaurant and so on. I strongly recommend trying a Madeleine ice-lolly. It has a strong milk flavor and a great taste. My personal suggestion is to go to Central Street twice, once in the day and once in the evening. That's totally different scenery. You can live near Central Street, where there are many hotels. The Central Street is a branch of Central Avenue, West Fourteenth Street. You can go straight to St. Sophia Cathedral. At the end of Central Avenue is the Flood Control Memorial Tower. Next to it is the Songhua River. The Songhua River has frozen in December. You can see many people playing ice projects on it. If you are interested, you can try it. Central Avenue is a place where scenic spots are concentrated. It is highly recommended to have a good time.
Central Street is a very prosperous commercial pedestrian street in Erbin City. It starts from the flood control Memorial Tower Square by the river in the north and connects to Xinyang Square in the South with a length of 1400 meters. This long street was built in 1900. It contains 71 buildings of Renaissance, Baroque and other styles. There are 71 European-style and imitation European-style buildings on Central Street, and a collection of Renaissance, Baroque, eclecticism and modern multi-style city-level protective buildings. It is a rare architectural art group in China. There are many ice sculptures, snow sculptures and ice sculptures of advertisers on the street. For the first time, I knew there was such an operation. Today is the first day of the official tour in Harbin, and it is slowly adapting to the temperature here. It's not very convenient to wear a lot of clothes, eat, walk and go to the bathroom. People come and go on Central Street. There are many shops in this street, especially autumn forest food. They are all the same, but they are all the same. After comparison, we bought autumn sausage, Russian chocolate, Russian candy, cigarettes, salmon and other delicacies. Tips: [Tickets] Free [Transportation] Bus 126, 114, 2, etc. [Address] No. 1 Central Street, Daoli District, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province [Open Time], 1-2 hours a day [Suggested Play Time]
I love shopping and food that's why I always come back to this pedestrian street in Harbin. It has all your shopping needs and a vast array of food and snacks. Moreover, the street is steep with historical value and provides differing experience as the season changes.
Encounter the landlord of the strongest female Tujia painter in Harbin! We are a group of eight people, four families and four couples at the same time. Two apartments were booked for the painter. When checking in, the landlord asks the offline Wechat to transfer 200 yuan deposit and 80 yuan health fee. After checking out, she said that we had cut off her house rag (as can be seen from the picture: neither towel nor painter dared to take it out to blackmail people); she also said that she used her cup as an ashtray (see the picture, the cup even dropped hands, is the painter using this cup for the guests?) The painter doesn't know how many people use this cup! But we came by plane without scissors! The landlord's main purpose is to let us praise screenshots to her before refunding our deposit! False housing publicity, no silk quilt, bed products are mostly acrylic chemical fibers. Calculate when 200 + 80 yuan to buy the lesson! In Tujia complaints, Tujia customer service said that the fees charged offline, Tujia can not manage!
There are many direct buses in Harbin Station, including 12 Daoli Street and 7 Daoli Street. In short, a few streets down the road can be used. Central Street is similar to Wangfujing Pedestrian Street in Beijing. There are many shops around. The famous Madeleine ice hockey must be tasted. Along the street to the north, the flood control memorial tower and the Songhua River come to the end. It is suggested that you should stay near Daoli 12th Street, such as Da'an Street. It only takes about 10 minutes to walk to Songhua River or Sofia. And the traffic around is developed, and there are many buses.
Zhongyang Street, better known as Walking Street, is a stunning place to visit. The street is made with cobblestones, and the European/Russian architecture of the buildings surrounding it is something to see! It gets a bit busy, depending on when you visit, but either way, it’s a lively place to visit! Displays of local culture, as well as foreign cultures can be seen, lots of shopping, and lots of restaurants to choose from. And in the winter, yes it does get cold, but if you are brave enough to stand up to the cold, you’ll have the chance to see breathtaking ice sculptures! So if you are traveling to Harbin, this is a must see attraction!