A very classic place in Hamburg, Germany, this landscape is also a very long history, imitating the Shanghai garden design style, you can see very similar places, the internal forest structure is also very good.
Hamburg Yu Garden is a Chinese architectural garden. The entire park is very good. Yu Garden is very similar to Suzhou gardens. Many of the pavilions and pavilions are very good. It is worth the money to play.
Walking on the Jiuqu Bridge in Yuyuan in the afternoon, Huxinting Teahouse is behind me. Haha, I am not in Shanghai. The Chinese Cultural Center built by the Shanghai Municipal Government Yuyuan Group in Hamburg almost exactly replicates a Yuyuan Garden, which makes the Chinese artistic conception more three-dimensional in space. It's just that except for cultural activities, it is usually quiet and is now managed by the Confucius Institute at the University of Hamburg.
In other countries, you can also see Chinese gardens, pavilions and pavilions in the strong Chinese wind.
The taste is superb, and it makes people feel appetite at first sight, but the portion is not big, it belongs to the more delicate type. The dishes are also very fresh, the taste is moderately salty, and the heat is just right. The serving is fast. The dining environment needs to be improved, but the price is very affordable, and it will come once every other time.
There are quite a few people visiting this place, and the transportation is relatively convenient.
Shanghai and Hamburg are sister cities, so Shanghai’s Yuyuan Garden was also moved to Hamburg. For us Shanghainese, it’s kinder to see such familiar pavilions abroad, but the local Germans don’t seem to be cold about it. I asked a few Hamburg friends, but they didn't know that there was this place. After going around with the navigation for a few times, I found her in a central garden similar to a residential area, where she was alone and deserted. Green Wave Gallery, Jiuqu Bridge, the originality of Chinese architecture, it seems that foreigners will not appreciate it, so sad.