恭王府: 恭王府,为清代规模最大的一座王府,曾先后作为和珅、永璘的宅邸。1851年恭亲王奕訢成为宅子的主人,恭王府的名称也因此得来。
银锭桥: 银锭桥,为南北向的单孔石拱桥,南北横跨在连接两海的细脖处,有镂空云花栏板5块、翠瓶卷花望柱6根,因形似银锭故称银锭桥,是什刹海的风景之一,燕京小八景之一。
帽儿胡同: 帽儿胡同,东起南锣鼓巷,西至地安门外大街。明朝时候,称为梓潼庙文昌宫,清朝时称为帽儿胡同。文昌宫是供奉文昌帝的地方,文昌帝即文曲星,是神话传说中掌管文运的神仙。
南锣鼓巷: 南锣鼓巷是北京最古老的街区之一。南锣鼓巷及周边区域曾是元大都的市中心,明清时期则更是一处大富大贵之地,这里的街街巷巷挤满了达官显贵,王府豪庭数不胜数。
北京孔庙: 北京孔庙始建于公元14世纪的元朝。元世祖忽必烈定都北京后,为了加强思想统治,笼络汉族的封建贵族和士大夫,下令袭历代旧典,命宣抚王楫于金枢密院建宣圣庙,祭祀孔子。
北新桥卤煮老店景林餐厅: 卤煮是北京一道著名的地方传统小吃,它是将火烧、炖好的猪肠和猪肺放在一起煮。
火德真君庙: 火德真君庙里供奉的是真武大帝,为象征天地精灵的龟蛇抱像。火神庙始建于唐贞观六年(632年),俗称火神庙。
烟袋斜街: 烟袋斜街位于北京市地安门外大街鼓楼前,在清末至二三十年代,街内以经营旱烟袋、水烟袋等烟具、古玩、书画、裱画、文具及风味小吃、服务行业等为主,其铺面建筑风格朴素并有北京北城特点。
Routes China BeijingXicheng District
Old cannon life in Beijing Hutong

Xicheng District, Beijing, China

Old cannon life in Beijing Hutong

Length3.6 mi
Elev. Gain49.2 ft
Est. Steps8000

City walk

Historic site

Quiet place

Created by 晒晒太阳🌞
Introduction
Old cannon life in Beijing Hutong is a 3.6 mile (8,000-step) route located near Xicheng District, Beijing, China. This route has an elevation gain of about 49.2 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
曾是清朝大贪官府邸的恭王府为起点,途经大金丝胡同、银淀桥、烟袋斜街、南锣鼓巷、孔庙,最后到达北京卤煮老店品尝老北京小吃。一路上有美食与文化相陪不会孤单,更有具有中国特色的纪念品等。

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2008 Beijing Drum Tower stabbings

Place
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Great Leap Brewing

Place
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Office of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in Beijing

Place
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Place
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Place
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Place
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Route Details

Length

3.6 mi

Elev. Gain

49.2 ft

Est. Steps

8000
Created by
晒晒太阳🌞
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