Tianjin is a big city in Northeast China, located at the East China Sea. The city's main attractions are the Five Great Avenues, where you can find more than 230 Western-style houses, ranging from the architecture of ancient Greece to the Gothic, Tianjin's Ancient Culture Street, where hundreds of small shops are selling handmade art and music supplies, the 120 meter high ferris wheel and the Italian Quarter. The city also has a considerable number of temples, museums, beautiful parks and even a wooden mosque, which was built in the 1600s and is still in use.
Monthly Weather Conditions
More information: Tianjin forecast and weather conditions monthly
Compared to prices worldwide, Tianjin is a cheap destination.
On a tight budget, the daily budget is approximately $30.70, which includes hostel accommodation, budget meals and public transportation.
On a moderate budget, the daily budget is approximately $80.60, which includes a moderately priced hotel, meals at moderate priced restaurants and transportation costs.
- Hotel (2 stars): $100.67
- Hotel (3 stars): $30.47
- Hotel (4 stars): $69.41
- Hotel (5 stars): $114.11
- Taxi ride (3 miles): $3.45
- Taxi ride (6 miles): $5.07
- Beer in a restaurant (16 ounces): $1.12
- Meal, McDonalds: $4.93
- Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: $3.52
Tianjin has been classified as quite dangerous with security classification 2/5.
Safety index values (higher is better):
- General: 69.8 (better than United states average 48.3)
- Walking alone during daytime hours: 76.6 (better than United states average 70.0)
- Walking alone at night: 68.7 (better than United states average 42.1)
More information: Tianjin safety
Things which affect the renting of the car:
- Direction of traffic: In many countries in Asia the traffic is left-handed. In countries like China, Vietnam, the Philippines and Laos the traffic is right-handed.
- Age restrictions: The minimum age for renting a car is usually 18 - 25 years. Drivers under 25 years of age and over 65 years of age are charged an extra fee or get rental terms and conditions, which include to take an additional insurance for damage / collision.
- Driving abroad: Without special contracts a rental car can almost invariably only be driven inside of the country in which it is rented.
- Driver’s license and documents: An international driving license, passport and credit card are mostly required to rent are car. The exception is China, where only a Chinese driving license is valid, so for driving in China it is either a Belgium or a Hong Kong driving license required, which can be translated to Chinese.