Liuzhou, also known as the Dragon City or
the Pot City, is one of Chinese historical and cultural cities and also an
important industrial city in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Being the
city directly under the autonomous region, Liuzhou is located at the middle
reaches of the Liujiang River valley. The Liujiang River meanders eastwards and
surrounds the city downtown. With mountains and waters on all sides, Liuzhou is
shaped like a pot and features peculiar scenery. Currently, four districts, one
suburb district and two counties are under the city's jurisdiction.
With beautiful historic and human culture
sites and rich tourism resources, Liuzhou is one of the A-class tourist cities
and historical and cultural cities in China. The transportation network that
extends in all directs facilitates tourists to visit different scenic spots,
fantastic historic sites and unique folk customs of the Zhuang ethnic minority.
Parks, big or small, exceed 10 in the city.
With summer not torrid and winter not
freezing, Liuzhou is a tourist destination in all seasons.
With the good fame of Commercial Port in
Guangxi, Liuzhou enjoys convenient transportation, with the Hunan-Guangxi,
Guizhou-Guangxi, Zhicheng-Liuzhou and other railways meeting here, road
transportation network that extends in all directions and airplanes directly
flying to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beihai and other large- and
medium-sized cities, and water transportation that can directly reach Wuzhou,
Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macao.