Shanghai, China

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Übersicht

Erleben Sie alle historischen und beeindruckenden Sehenswürdigkeiten von Shanghai auf einer Hop-on-Hop-off-Sightseeing-Bustour. Gleiten Sie in einem unverwechselbaren offenen Doppeldeckerbus vorbei an verführerischen Sehenswürdigkeiten wie dem Volksplatz, der Nanpu-Brücke, dem Bund und dem Jadebuddha-Tempel und steigen Sie aus, wann immer Sie Ihre Erkundung zu Fuß fortsetzen möchten. Nutzen Sie Ihren Pass und entdecken Sie drei verschiedene Routen, die alle Sehenswürdigkeiten beinhalten, die man gesehen haben muss und die Sie zum Staunen bringen werden.
Wählen Sie aus drei verschiedenen Strecken, je nachdem, welche Sehenswürdigkeiten Sie sehen möchten, und gehen Sie mit Ihrem Pass zu einer günstig gelegenen Hop-on-Hop-off-Haltestelle. Nutzen Sie Ihren Pass und entdecken Sie die Sehenswürdigkeiten auf der Tempel-Tour, der Pudong-Tour und der Shanghai-Zentrums-Tour. Steigen Sie an jeder der 22 Haltestellen in ganz Shanghai zu und ergänzen Sie Ihr Sightseeing-Erlebnis mit informativen Audiokommentaren.
 
Fahren Sie durch bezaubernde Straßen mit hohen, grünen Bäumen und bewundern Sie das architektonische Zusammenspiel malerischer Kolonialgebäude und moderner Mega-Bauten. Nehmen Sie die Pracht des Jadebuddha-Tempels in sich auf; sehen Sie die botanische Schönheit des Yuyuan-Gartens; und machen Sie während der Fahrt Fotos von der unverwechselbaren Nanpu-Brücke.

Im Preis inbegriffen in Ihrem Hop-on-Hop-off-Pass ist der Eintritt zum Jinmao Tower, dem Shanghai World Financial Center oder dem Shanghai Tower, dem berühmten Wolkenkratzer, der über einen schwindelerregenden Aussichtspunkt hoch über der Stadt verfügt; sehen Sie die herrliche Metropole von der Aussichtsplattform und machen Sie fantastische Fotos. Genießen Sie außerdem eine ruhige Fahrt auf dem Fluss Huangpu, sodass Sie Shanghais Sehenswürdigkeiten auch aus einer anderen Perspektive erleben können.

Es gibt 5 verschiedene Optionen zur Auswahl:
  1. 48-Stunden Bus-Pass + 3 Sehenswürdigkeiten (Huangpu-Flussfahrt + Jinmao Tower 88. Stock Aussichtsplattform + Bund Sightseeing-Tunnel)
  2. 24-Stunden Bus-Pass + Jinmao Tower 88. Stock Aussichtsplattform + Bund Sightseeing-Tunnel
  3. 24-Stunden Bus-Pass + Bootstour auf dem Huangpu
  4. 48-Stunden Bus-Pass + Shanghai World Financial Center 100. Stock Aussichtsplattform 
  5. 48-Stunden Bus-Pass + Shanghai Tower 121.Stock Aussichtsplattform
Der Reiseplan unten bietet eine detaillierte Liste der angefahrenen Haltestellen auf jeder Strecke.

Reiseroute

Einige der Haltestellen:

Rote Route (Shanghai City-Tour):
Volksplatz
Kunstmuseum von Shanghai
Nanjing Road
Bund
Neuer Kreuzfahrtanleger
Yuyuan Garten
Xintiandi

Blaue Strecke (Pudong-Tour):
Bund
Oriental Pearl Tower
World Financial Center & Jin Mao-Turm
Kühldocks
Neuer Kreuzfahrtanleger

Grüne Route (Tempeltour):
Nanjing Road
Shanghai Museum
Huaihai Road
Jing'an Tempel (auf der Nanjing West Road)
Portman Ritz Carlton Hotel (auf der Nanjing West Road)
Jadebuddha-Tempel
Kunstmuseum von Shanghai

Bewertungen

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C
, Apr 2018

Sehr empfehlenswert !

A
, Mai 2017

Eigentlich gibt es zu wenig hop-on hop-off Büsse von diese Firma. Man wartet an die Umsteigepunkte normalerweise relativ lange auf einen Bus vom andere Tour. Zudem gibt es bei die Rote Tour, Halte 3 sogar Büsse die vorbeifahren - das ist wohl nicht ganz nach den hop-on hop-off Konzept oder? Beim Boot-tour ware es richtig suchen nach wo das Boot dan wohl abfahrt. Zudem haben wir die Bund-Tunnel auch inbegriffen gehabt. Das ist nicht nötig - das ist eine Spielerei. Das Aussichtsplatform am Jin Mao Tower ist aber recht empfehlungswert.

G
, Okt 2018

We booked this tour prior to a cruise and 12 days before the event. Email tickets didn't arrive in the first week following booking. By this time we were in China and our access was blocked. Couldn't access the trip. Be cautious and ensure you have download time prior to the tour. We thought 7 days would be ample. :(

b
, Sep 2018

Worst hop on hop off experience in my many years of travel. First of all, maps without the updated late times were not handed out wanted to save money, I guess. You have to ask when certain busses ends or you won't know that there are extended times. There is no one on the bus to help you as I experienced on past better tours. The coordination between the stops and the recording were not coordinated correctly on a bus. When the stop for the Shanghai museum was stated, we were in the middle of a street with shops. When I showed the bus driver, he stopped the bus and opened the door and signaled me to get off. I was very confused and thought maybe I was near the museum. I actually was pretty far and could not walk the distance. I had to ask for help and was directed to a city bus that I took back to the People's Park. When I told the young men from the tour what happened - that the bus driver let me off in the middle of nowhere - they seemed unconcerned and said that the bus driver does not speak English. I asked them to call a supervisor and one referred me to the number on the brochure. I called several times and no one answered the number. It was almost time for the tour to end and I took a bus back to the starting point at the Bund. Finally, two nice tour guides called their supervisor to report what happened. They gave me an extra day to complete the tour and she wrote it on the ticket. I could barely see her writing. Unfortunately, the ink faded and the next day, I did not have proof to show to the same three guys I encountered from yesterday. I just decided that I did not want the hassle and I wanted to spend my last day in Shanghai pleasantly. If you speak Chinese, you probably will not have a problem. If you are English speaking, caveat emptor, buyer beware!!!!!!

D
, Aug 2018

Voucher only give you a number so you need to call the place and we walk to People's park from Nanji Road line 10 to find the actual location where you need to trade the voucher. Turns out there is much nearer metro to the place and we are not informed.overall we are able to do tunnel and jin mao without issues, i just hope you not need to exchange anymore and use the actual voucher

C
, Jul 2018

Sorry I bought the deluxe ticket as we only used 1/2 day if it. Buses were great. Routes seemed good and wish we had more time. We were on a cruise with only an overnight.

D
, Mai 2018

Hop on, Hop off bus tours are generally quite similar, this Shanghai edition was below par though. It was originally run by the well known Big Bus Company, but has been taken over at some stage as a local/government project. On multiple buses I noticed issues with the GPS sync on the audio tracks sometimes a clip would begin and suddenly be cut off by another one beginning, most of the time the commentary was also late which meant it would be describing something you've already passed or more annoyingly advising of an upcoming stop after the bus has set off again. Also the commentary is a bit outdated, referring to various completed projects as being in progress or set for completion in 2012 for example, there's also a thank you from Big Bus at the end of the circuits. There's no clear timetable or indication of bus frequency, my impression was that they seem to run at roughly 30 minute intervals but it's hard to tell - staff at major stops were friendly and tried to be helpful, but I suspect were mostly guessing at the next bus details to be fair, traffic makes things a bit unpredictable. With all that said, if you keep your wits about you with regards to the stops you want to get off, the service works perfectly well for the basic hop on hop off function and getting around the city. I can't say I loved Shanghai personally, but the bus does get you to a good number of interesting and impressive places. Worth doing if you're a fan of this kind of tour, just don't expect it to be quite as easy as in other cities. Try to get to the People's Square stop first easy by subway as this was the only place where they'd check vouchers and give you the proper tickets and map etc, also the only place to reliably find out when the next bus is due.

r
, Apr 2018

This ticket made it so easy to get around Shanghai and see all of the sights!! The sightseeing tunnel was maybe the only part that I was disappointed with. The Huangpu River Cruise was great, and although I wouldn't have chosen to do the Jin Mao Tower observation if it wasn't included with my 2-day pass, I'm glad to have done it, even on a overcast day. It must be spectacular on a clear, sunny day!! Very convenient and easy to use!! :

M
, Apr 2018

Was so easy for us because we had bought our voucher thru Viator. Great deal.

E
, Apr 2018

I was told that electronic voucher was allowed but I had issues with my electronic/e-voucher. I was only allowed to use a one day 24 hrs instead of the 48 hrs I paid for. Although the tour operator said she recognized me from the day before and she called me by name. Go Figure!!!!


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