A tour to Guangzhou

From 650€ / person 3 days

Guangzhou first discovery

Famous for its delicious dim sum, Guangzhou is also worth visiting. This city is overflowing with small alleys, gardens all more beautiful than the others and a great diversity in terms of architecture. Visit Guangzhou for a multicultural discovery in the south of China. Do not miss!


A mix between old colonial buildings, temples and skyscrapers, not forgetting the famous opera designed by Zaha Hadid.


Three days to get a first insight of this southern modern city with a strong colonial architecture heritage, as well as very mixed cultural influences.


Day 1: Guangzhou

Today you will start discovering the city in the old part of Guangzhou in Liwan area. In your program there will be the Sacred Heart Cathedral, the Chen clan ancestral hall and Guangzhou Mosque. You will also stroll in Guangta street till you reach the Six Banians temple. You will also visit Guangxiao temple , one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and very influential in China. Finally you will reach Shamian island with its numerous colonial buildings and in the evening you will enjoy a short cruise on the Pearl river.

Day 2: Guangzhou

Today you will visit the “new” Guangzhou in Zhujiang area. You will stroll around the historical zone of Dongshankou and take the Beijing street to explore the district. You will then cross the Pearl River to reach the south bank and enjoy a walk along the river. There you will go up the Tower to admire the view on Guangzhou city.

Day 3: Guangzhou

For your last day, start your tour with Yuexiu Park and go up to the last floor of Zhenhai tower for a panoramic view on Guangzhou. You will then visit Guangzhou Art Gallery and its municipal museum. You will also see the Redtory, Museum of Contemporary Art located in an old factory near the Pearl River. End your visits with Guangzhou’s Opera to admire its ultra-modern architecture.


  • Hotel with breakfast
  • Private driver
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees on the mentioned sites
  • Visa for China
  • International and domestic flights
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to the driver and guide
  • Insurances
Doesn't it look great?