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
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!
We went in the winter time and it was really neat to see how much the city embraces winter. There we mini outdoor food courts with small sliding activities and ice tables and chairs, beautiful ice sculptures and beautifully lit trees. We were not big fans of the restaurants, not a lot of bang for your buck. We enjoyed trying out the snacks like the frozen candied fruit and the ice cream bars. You would think eating frozen food in the cold weather would be terribly cold, but it was quite enjoyable. There are quite a few interesting shops, and some more typical shopping mall type stores. It was walking distance to Zhaolin Park and St. Sophia’s Cathedral so you can make a day out of it. Definitely worth checking it out!
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.