China

 Mythical journey in the Far East , done at the 25 th anniversary of our marriage, following the route of the ancient Chinese civilization through the capitals of its main historical periods,

Xi’an (formerly Chang’an), Nanjing (the capital of the old regime), Beijing (old and new capital) the wonders of the fictional metropolis of eastern Shanghai, Suzhou, the Venice of the East, city of canals, gardens and embroidery. The phantasmagoric Guilin.

A fascinating world of magic and the contamination of modernity.

Beijing

Of great impact the vastness of Tiananmen Square with the entrance of the Forbidden City and the mausoleum of the great helmsman (besides the awful memory of the students who were protesting for greater democracy). The Chinese Wall, the Summer Palace, Ming Tombs, the Sacred Way. Lama Temple, the treasures of the Imperial Palace

Nanjing

At the Mausoleum of Dr.Sun Yat Sen, the bridge over the Yangtze Jiang, visiting the Old Town, the Old Port of Ming Walls, the Historical Museum, the Sacred Way of Ming Tombs. Tongli, a small rural village full of canals and bridges dall’atmostera rarefied, it seems that time has stopped and we reveal rural China described by travelers of past centuries.

Shanghai 

the Fisherman’s Garden, the Humble Administrator Garden, Tiger Hill, the Pagoda of the Temple of the North. of the Yu Garden, a delightful example of a rich resident of china than once, the Jade Buddha Temple containing two statues of Sakyamuni brought from Burma in 1869, the old city with thousands of small shops. the historical and archaeological museum with finds of extraordinary interest archaeologists, the Bund, a famous collection of ’30s-style skyscrapers that Overlooking the Huang Pu River, once a commercial and financial center of the city.

Guilin

cane Flute Cave, Elephant Trunk Hill, the Hill Fubo. boat cruise on the Li River, through fabulous landscapes illustrated by the most famous Chinese painters and sung by the great poets of all time. Disembark at Yangshuo village with its fishermen with cormorants.

XI’AN

the Tomb of the first Chinese emperor Qin Shi Huangdi and the amazing Terracotta Army, the most important archaeological discovery of the twentieth century. the Large and Small Wild Goose Pagoda of the Tang dynasty, the “Forest of Stele”, the walls of the Ming period (fourteenth century), surrounds the city with a circumference of 13.7 km. Stop at the West Gate On entering the city that saw the caravan that traveled the Silk Road.