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I originally looked for an apartment in this area, it was so quaint, rustic and relatively quiet. Linhai is a biker's town, as long as you are engaged in grooving music pumped through great earplugs, while constantly vigilant of chaotic vehicles coming from all directions....More
Nice old part of the city but most of the shops sell tacky souvenirs, some interesting bakeries. Pretty much everything closes down around 5pm - same time as the wall, so go earlier in the day. Only a few places open in the evening -...More
I have been coming here for years on business until someone finally took me to the old town .
It is definitely worth a visit .
Houses in very narrow alleys from as early as 16th century surrounded by a fortress wall .
We really enjoyed walking down this old street with its timber facades, cobblestone paving and old wells and walls. There are many places to try local Linhai food specialties including a kind of delicious nougat. This old street has not been overly modernized and commercialized:...More