Shanghai's Suzhou River, also known as Wusong River, is a famous settlement area which has been erected since well before Shanghai rose to prominence as the world-famous metropolis that it is. And this branch of the Yangtze is full of history, with its old streets that bear the hallmarks of Shanghai's past. With an English or Chinese speaking guide, you can take a walk down the river and its residential and commercial areas, as your guide provides valuable, insightful commentary about the city. Hear about how the river was named, how Shanghai became the major commercial capital that he is, and see the old districts. See how the locals live here and experience daily life, and head for the landmarks along the river. This ranges from the bridges to the diplomatic buildings of the area, offering an image of the international community that had come to the city. Your tour ends at Huangpu Park, with a better understanding of the city's rich history.