One-day tour with the regiment, or one by one they may die on the road, there are Guandong, Japanese and Russian prisons, East Jiguanshan, Baiyushan Tower, Lushun Military Port, the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea demarcation line, radio and rock forts, as a whole, it is more interesting!
It's a pity not to go to Lushun in Dalian. Let's feel the vicissitudes of history and give us a vivid history lesson. It was cloudy on the day we went, but it was also very good, not sunny. Xiao Liu, the tour guide, is very good, humorous and interesting, and the explanation is in place. It's a pity that we didn't go to the fort and the Museum of Naval Weapons because of the weather.
It's worth visiting. It's worth reminding you not to take the bus to Lushun introduced by the person in the South Square of Dalian Railway Station who wears the red stripes of Dalian Bus Company. It's a pit man. The bus only takes you to the Lushun Museum. Then it takes 320 yuan to the Qianting Base, goes to sea at the Quick Court, and goes to the Lion Tiger Garden at one's own expense. The main attractions of Lushun (all free) are not arranged, which is equivalent to going to Lushun in vain. It is estimated that this pitcher's company can't cheat for long. It must buy a ticket of 7 yuan from the North Square of Dalian Railway Station to Lushun Bus Station directly. After getting off the bus, transfer to Lushun Bus Station and get off at Friendship Park. It's very convenient. Lushun Port has beautiful scenery. There are many models. Look at the interesting Lushun Port, and then climb up to Baiyushan Park to overlook the scenery here. No tickets are allowed in both places. Recommendation.
Now it's very convenient to go to Lushun, because the light rail is open. Light rail and subway are seamlessly connected. It's also great to go to Lushun by light rail. There's a section of the light rail just walking by the sea. It feels like a small train by the sea. We visited the Japanese and Russian prisons in Lushun, boarded Baiyu Mountain, overlooked the panoramic view of Lushun and the mighty military harbor, and finally came to the Lushun Railway Station. The historical and humanistic landscape and natural scenery of Lushun were all in our eyes and minds.
The essence of Dalian's tourism is the living textbook of modern Chinese history. What's striking is that the old house of Niu Lushun Museum is worth seeing from architecture to exhibits. The old site of Japanese-Russian prison is a fee-paying attraction. The ticket of Baiyu Mountain is a bit pitfalls. The ticket of Baiyu Mountain is 40 too expensive. The mountain is worth visiting overlooking Lushun Port.
Lushunkou is very big. There are many scenic spots nearby. It seems that there is no complete sightseeing in a hurry for a day. For example: Lushun Museum, Lushun Snake Museum, Lushun Submarine Museum, Lushun Small Railway Station... Wait! Many of them can't remember! If there's a chance to come back later!
Needless to say, the scenery is full of seas, and the seashore has undergone amazing changes in recent years. The roads are smooth and the mountains and seas are alternating. If possible, sitting by the seashore listening to the waves, enjoying leisure time quietly, feeling the breath of history, not many people, not crowded, watching the sea quietly, although not many playthings, is also a place that attracts me.
The best place to see the panoramic view of Lushunkou is the top of Baiyushan Mountain. If there is no cloud, the panoramic view of Lushunkou can be seen at a glance. Standing on the top of the mountain, facing the sea breeze, looking at the military harbor and the sea from a distance, the scenery needless to say how beautiful it is.
This is the southernmost tip of the Liaodong Peninsula, opposite the sea is the Shandong Peninsula. And here is also the famous demarcation line between the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea. From a distance, there is a clear line between the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea, half yellow and half blue. One man is the enemy of all men! Coming to Lushunkou, you can imagine the magnificence of the Northern Marine Division in the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895.