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Q: Qingdao Old Town/German section, recommendations?

Hi, I lived in Qingdao for four months, but was at the university and frequented that downtown area, Shilaoren, LPG...I love that area, but am going back for a visit and am staying in near the old german area...does anyone have recommendations ( beach..etc) for that part of town?

8 years 32 weeks ago in  General  - Qingdao

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have you been wusi plaza ,there have a big red sign ,there have many beach ,No1,No 2,No 3,in my opinion ,i think the No 3 beach is better,,but these day ,the beach become green ,the pollution ,so i am not recommend you to beach and swim, but maybe you can try rent a bike and go biking over the beach ,and do,do you like sea food ,here sea food very famous ,and beer ,if you like you can go beer street ,and if you want try specious Qingdao snack ,you can go pichaiyuan ,and if you want other chinese food ,not sea food ,you can go yuanxiao road ,a famous place .

as you near old town /german section ,you can go to No1 beach ,but these place i have mention are not fer away from you place .

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8 years 32 weeks ago

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