Comprising floodplains, terraces, and hills on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, Wuhu is a prefecture-level city in China’s Anhui Province. Located near Nanjing, the Sheraton Wuhu Jiujiang Hotel is at the intersection of Chizhushan Road and Zhongjiang Avenue. Offices, government bureaus, shops, and a retail mall are within easy walking distance. Downtown Wuhu, the Wuhu Economic Development Zone, and Wuhu Fangte Theme Parks are minutes away by car. Wuhu Train Station is a 10-minute drive away, and Nanjing Lukou International Airport (NKG) can be reached in one hour.

Admire the panoramic views of the Yangtze River from the Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge. Among the historic and scenic attractions at Zheshan Park is the famous Buddhist Tang Dynasty Guangji Temple. See rare peaks and spectacular rocks at the Ocean of Flowers and Stone Forest. Located in Nanling County, the area is also home to many karst caves, streams, and waterfalls. It is particularly beautiful in mid-spring when its innumerable peonies are in full bloom. Jinghu Park is also worthy of a visit.

Head to one of China’s biggest shopping areas in the city center’s Walking Street, then stroll around Mirror Lake just next door. For an adrenaline rush, enjoy exhilarating roller coasters, motion-simulator rides, 3-D cinemas, and more at Fanta Wild Adventure Theme Park. A top Wuhu attraction, it is one of mainland China’s biggest theme parks.

Filled with restaurants, cafés, teahouses, and pubs, Phoenix Delicacy Street is the perfect place to savor delightful Yanjiang cuisine. Specializing in freshwater fish and poultry, many Yanjiang dishes are smoked and slightly spicy. In addition to its local melon seeds and tea, Wuhu is also famous for its wrought-iron pictures. Other local handicrafts here include lacquerware and straw patchwork