Classic 4-day tour in Changsha and Zhangjiajie

2 cities | 17 attraction(s) | total distance 429 km
The first stop is Zhangjiajie, which starts the whole journey with its breathtaking natural scenery. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Tianzishan Cableway, and the charming landscapes such as the Ten-mile Gallery small train! The second stop is from Zhangjiajie to Changsha, where you can experience the local life atmosphere in Changsha.

Day1: Zhangjiajie

7 attraction(s) · 65 km
After arriving at the Wulingyuan Scenic Area, take the Tianzi Mountain Cableway directly to the mountaintop and stand at the Tianzi Pavilion to have a panoramic view of Tianzi Mountain. The highlight attraction "Gathering of the Divine Soldiers" collects more than 30 peculiar peaks, which offers a breathtaking view and a peaceful state of mind.
14 km
16 km
12 km

Day2: Zhangjiajie > Changsha

3 attraction(s) · 353 km
It takes 15 minutes from the ticket station in Wulingyuan to Jinbianxi Forest Park. When you come to Jinbianxi, you can indulge in the gift of natural oxygen and bathe in the morning light sprinkled through the trees while standing by the stream! The water in the stream is clear, and even the surrounding herbs are so healing when you change your view!
17 km
336 km

Day3: Changsha

5 attraction(s) · 11 km
In the morning, let a bowl of authentic Changsha noodle wake you up on Dongtang Ancient Street! Then quickly start a day of leisurely wandering in Changsha city~ For those who are interested in cultural history, you can visit Hunan University, Yuelu Academy, and Hunan Normal University; in the afternoon, come to Du Fu Pavilion to enjoy the sunset; and of course, leave the night to the delicious food on Taiping Street, where a group of friends can check in and enjoy the unique taste of Changsha shrimp, it's just too fun!
1 km
7 km
2 km

Day4: Changsha

2 attraction(s) · 2 km
Tianxin Pavilion is both a landmark historical building in the ancient city of Changsha and a backyard for nearby residents. It's a great place to take a morning walk. In addition, the free open-to-the-public Bamboo Slips Museum is another good place to learn about Changsha's history. It's closed on Tuesdays, so don't miss out if you want to check it out.
2 km