Located in the North China Plain, east to Bohai Sea and North to Yanshan Mountain, Tianjin is one of the four municipalities in China, gaining a high reputation as "the diamond of the Bohai Gulf". As a port city, Tianjin was the entry point for many of the foreigners visiting China by cruise. Through more than 600 years development, Tianjian becomes a unique city with a mixture of ancient and modern in both Chinese and Western styles.
As the landmark of Tianjin and regarded as the "mother river", Haihe River is the largest water system of north China, which plays an important role in the improvement of Tianjin and ties closely to people's daily life for generations. Although a modern metropolis, in Tianjin there are still many historical sightseeing worth visiting and the Ancient Culture Street is the symbol. All the architectures in the old street remain the style of Qing Dynasty. Here is home to traditional teahouses and handcrafts.
In order to facilitate the international visitors' short stay in Beijing, 72 Hours Visa Free Transit policy is carried out From June 8th 2015. Passport holders of 51 countries and regions are granted a visa-free stay of up to 72 hours with a third country flight ticket.