Qianmen Street is Beijing's well-known commercial street. It is located on the axle wire of urban Beijing, spanning from the northern Qianmen Yueliangwan Hotel to the southern road junction of Tianqiao Bridge, connecting with Tianqiao South Street. Before the establishment of the Outer City in the 29th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1550), it was the imperial road for emperors to the Altar of Mountains and Rivers; after 1550, it became the main north-south streets of the Outer City and is called Qianmen Street by folks.
Address: Qianmen Street, Dongcheng District
Traffic: take Metro Line 2 to get off at Qianmen Station