Dalian is located at the southern end of Liaodong Peninsula, at the junction of the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea, facing Shandong across the sea. It is an important coastal commercial city in China, known as the "romantic city". Dalian is the city without typical northeast characteristics. There is no severe cold of minus 30 degrees in winter. The food style and the local population are more inclined to Shandong. In addition, the continuous coastline makes it more like a coastal city in the south.
Hundreds of miles of long and narrow coastline has created many natural beauty. Countless scenic spots to enjoy and play the sea are the best business cards of the city. All kinds of exotic streets, coupled with countless century old European style ancient buildings in Zhongshan Square, make the city quite exotic. The old-fashioned trams still running on the street walk slowly through the urban area, connecting countless landmark squares. At the same time, they also symbolize the brand of an era.
When you set foot on the journey of Dalian, whether you walk and stop in the coastal zone, experience wonderful amusement facilities in the kingdom of discovery, or wait for a sunset to fall into the sky in Xinghai Square, it is the unique infinite charm of this romantic coastal city.