Jianghan Street is a famous commercial walking Street in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. It has a history of more than one hundred years and is 1210 meters long and 10 to 25 meters wide. It has been a symbol of commercial and modern Wuhan. It is also one of most famous commercial streets in this country, together with Wangfujing Street in Beijing, Nanjing Road in Shanghai, Heping Road in Tianjing and the Central Avenue in Harbin.
Along the street there are buildings in various styles of architecture that housed old banks, stores, restaurants and statues depicting the everyday life of people in Wuhan. This street brings together many of the department stores and fashion stores, including New World Shopping Centre, Hundalee watch shop and other well-known brands and stores. Jianghan Walking Stree starts from Jianghan Guan Building in the south and extends to Jiefang Avenue in the north. You can freely stroll around the department stores or other brand stores.
While you are strolling along the street, you can not miss tasting local snacks here. There are many small restaurants offering authentic street food, including Re Gan Mian (Hot-and-Dry Noodles), spicy duck neck, soybean hull, beef noodle, etc..
The highlights of Jianghan Street is not just shopping and tasting delicious food. The rows of ancient buildings in European styles are also quite attractive. Here used to be a British concession. The whole street is a 20th-century building museum, and has over ten excellent building blocks of modern times. If you are an old building enthusiast, then you must come to the right place. Everything on the street tells the history of the city. Facilities such as public telephones, electronic screens, mailboxes and car parking are available.
【Chinese name】: 江汉路步行街
【How to get to Jianghan Walking Street in Wuhan】: Take Subway Line 2 and get off at Jianghan Road Station. Or take Bus Route 622, 581, 526, 553 to reach there.