Tradition and the avant-garde combine to perfection in the biggest city in China. The calm of its picturesque and traditional colonial districts contrasts with the modernity of its iconic high-speed train or stunning skyscrapers.

A journey through time

In Shanghai, the most traditional China contrasts with the modernity and futurism of the stunning skyscrapers that punctuate the city skyline. Walking the streets of this amazing city on the banks of the Yangtze River allows you to travel back in time while also immersing yourself in the most traditional past and the most futuristic future. The Shanghai Tower is a must-see, as is The Bund district with its English colonial architecture and great views of the more futuristic Pudong district.

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The official currency is the renminbi. Foreign currency can be exchanged at banks and exchange offices.
The official language is Mandarin Chinese. Its phonetic transcription, called pinyin, is written using the Latin alphabet.
The quality of Internet access is good. The city has a large number of Wi-Fi hotspots.
Winters are dry and cold, and summers are hot and rainy. The best time to visit is spring or autumn.

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