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With a history of more than 740 years, Nanluoguxiang is one of the capital's oldest hutongs. The Nanluoguxiang area is characterized by narrow hutongs (lanes), brick houses, wooden steles, stone gate piers; stories abound with nearly every one of them. History is encountered with every step; yet it's also a quaint place, packed with bars, cafes, restaurants and shops selling souvenirs and traditional crafts. Heavily oriented towards tourism, Nanluoguxiang is visited by the young and old, from China or from overseas even locals. TV programs get shot there, and stories about it are later publicized in the media, making it one of Beijing's most popular tourist destinations.

Address: Nanluoguxiang, Dongcheng district

Traffic: Bus No: 107 or 124