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It's like suddenly diving into Europe. From the European style architecture to the European food restaurants, you'll encounter an interesting fusion between Asian and European cultures. Across the many roads and crossings, there's a lot to keep you busy for a good hour or two,...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 3 May 2018

We took the bullet train from Beijing to Tianjin for the day, we had been told about the historical value to the architecture and grand buildings in the five great avenues. We spent a few hours just wandering around the streets quite a contrast to...More

Thank pavmanmikey
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

We fortunately had a driver along with our guide to provide a tour of the avenues. It was immediately obvious that it could take a day to walk it all and we had limited time.

1  Thank ZZMimi
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

According to TripAdvisor it is recommended highly. I just visted there a few days ago around end of June when temperature is around 36 degrees high. Due to hot weather we took carriage for 20 min, which we payed 80 yuan per person. It cruized...More

Thank Chuuk K
Reviewed 27 December 2017

There is a western history to Tianjin which is sweet surprise for us... we took the horse carriage... which is 20 mins ride at RMB80 a ride for one... we get to go around the place to see the various western architecture... spanish, mexican, french...More

1  Thank Yvonne L
Reviewed 7 October 2017

If visiting Tianjin, I would highly recommend a stroll around the 5 Great Avenues. There is a central plaza with carriages pulled by horses that will give you a tour of the area. That really does not interest me but some people enjoy that. The...More

Thank Sam B
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

We came here in a weekend and saw how local people in Tianjin enjoy being here in Five Great Avenues. When most tourists focus on attractions and food. I would like to see how I can fit into the place where I travel to. Not...More

Thank buddy t
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

A rather pointless area with some common European style housing. Interesting if you have never left China and possibly refreshing if you are pining for some home comforts. Some chain restaurants that are expensive and some Chinese hawkers with their offensive loudspeakers were enough to...More

Thank Dave M
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Fifth Avenue is another great place to visit in Tianjin, China. A lot of great restaurants are here. Our favorite is the Prague restaurant and Pizza Bianca. The architecture of the entire place is absolutely gorgeous! There is a running track in the center of...More

1  Thank Tami D
Reviewed 8 June 2017

I spent half day here but only visit 60% of the streets, it's a very big area, most of the buildings here has a history of 100 years old. It seems the government did a great job to keep and maintain these buildings so we...More

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Wendel A
28 May 2017|
Response from ZhuHuaLong | Reviewed this property |
Go downstairs to the line 3 subway. Take it south toward Nanzhan and get off at Yinkoudao station and switch to line 1. Take it south one stop at Xiaobailou. Da Ma Lu is there at exit B.
David F
8 December 2015|
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Response from FEtravellor | Reviewed this property |
I assume you will get off at Tianjin Zhan (Tianjin Main Station), if you arrive by train from Beijing. At the train station, you transfer to the metro and go to Yingkoudao, itself a destination if you want to see the most... More