Since the Tang Dynasty, Zhenjiang has been a heavy town of traffic and transportation, with a throat. Xijindu was the only ferry crossing from Zhenjiang to Jiangbei at that time. It has an extremely important strategic position and has been a battleground for the military since the Three Kingdoms. That is to say, at least Xijindu is a famous Yangtze River ferry from the Three Kingdoms Period. Now it has become a leisure ancient town. The ancient town is not big but has a long history. The 100-year-old Zhaoguan Ancient Pagoda, Guanyin Cave and the former British Consulate (now the Zhenjiang Museum) ). . . . . . Various cultures meet here. The characteristic inn and creative shops, century-old shops and gourmet western foods have formed a multi-mixed state. The journey that can be completed in 2 hours is always in the lingering round trip. Walking in the bluestone lane in the sunshine, walking on the stone road, looking up at the green wall and the carved beams and columns, calm down and taste a bowl of local special pot cover, such as sitting in the corner of the bar at night and listening to the folk songs that live here. What is the mood!