All you need to know about Nanjing

During a portion of the Ming Dynasty this city, now the capital of China's Eastern Jiangsu province, was the national capital. As a result this city boasts many historical attractions, monuments, and sights. From the Nanjing city wall to the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. There is plenty do to in this city as well as the lively hustle and bustle of the shopping districts and financial hub.

Nanjing is now an important economic nerve in China. Its main industries are primarily based on the trade of petrochemicals, cars, and technology. Additionally, its industrial economic development and strength accounts for 1% of the country's total industrial capability. 

Nanjing International Airport is located 44 kilometres away from the city centre, and public transport around the city and business districts make this city easy to reach wherever you are.