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Jinan, the capital of Shandong Province, is known as the City of Springs. This ancient city has 72 natural springs, creating a unique landscape in an urban metropolis. Jinan is not only home to famous springs, but also many well-known mountains, beautiful waters, and ancient temples. Visitors who are interested in nature and history can head to the Thousand Buddha Mountain as well as the ancient Lingyan Temple. Another option is taking a boat ride on Daming Lake or a cruise on the moat. Visitors who come to Jinan in the fall will be enchanted by the beautiful leaves in the Red Leaf Valley located within the outskirts of the city. In the summer, Jiuru Mountain is a popular place for vacationing.

Jinan, with its long history and culture, is the hometown of the famous poets like Xin Qiji and Li Qingzhao. In their memorial parks, visitors can learn about their books that have been circulated for generations. When walking in the old street area along Furong Ancient Street, visitors can discover what the city was like many years ago, as well as see the abundant natural springs hidden within the old lanes.

Some of the main attractions in Jinan include Baotu Spring, the top of the seventy-two springs in Jinan, Daming Lake which is home to many beautiful pavilions, as well as the Thousand Buddha Mountain which not only has thousands of Buddhist statues, but also provides visitors with the option of climbing to the top to enjoy panoramic views of the city.

The four famous springs are the most famous springs in Jinan. In addition to Baotu Spring, the Five Dragon Ponds, the Black Tiger Spring, and the Pearl Spring are also worth seeing. Among all the famous springs in Jinan, the park in which the Five Dragon Ponds are located is the most pleasant.

In addition to famous springs, the ancient temples and mountains in Jinan are also not to be missed. At Lingyan Temple, which has a history of more than 1,600 years, visitors can see lifelike arhats sculpted from mud and ancient towers that are beautifully embossed. In addition, those who visit Jinru Mountain during the summer can catch a glimpse of the waterfall there.

The best time to see the springs in Jinan is from September to November, this is because the water levels rise after the rainy season, making all of the springs full of rushing waters. At the same time, the autumn scenery of the Red Leaf Valley in Jinan is definitely worth checking out.

The city’s hotel industry is relatively well-developed. Both budget hotels and high-end hotels in Jinan are very easy to find and prices are quite affordable. Since most of Jinan’s famous attractions are concentrated in the downtown area, many tourists choose to stay there. Restaurants can be found in the downtown area of Daming Lake or the Quancheng Square shopping district.

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