Shanghai, China’s biggest city is home to many great attractions. First, the city is a mix of eastern and western culture influences. During the second half of the 19th century, the city was divided into three foreign settlements: French, British and American. Most of the architecture built at that time remains. It gives the city a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’. On top of that, Shanghai skyscrapers are breathtaking. Shanghai Tower is the world’s second tallest building in the world at 2074 feet (632 meters) and has the world’s fastest elevator, which travels at a speed of 67 feet per second (20.5 meters per second). Let’s be honest here: China’s food is one of the greatest there is, especially in Shanghai’s restaurants. The Michelin Guide awarded 31 stars in total to the top restaurants of the city. If you are not into fine dining, don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of choices to choose from as there are approximately 20 thousand restaurant to choose from. Shanghai is extremely easy to get around. There is the metro, the world’s largest rapid-transit system and the only inter-city subway in the world that connects to the nearby city of Kunshan. Buses, taxicabs, bike-sharing programs and a cross-city trolleybus make it super easy to get around. It is also easy and safe to walk around. Whether it’s your first time or tenth time in Shanghai, there is always something new to discover as the city is always in constant evolution. It even started to get serious about the environment.