Two of the most popular tourist spots are the Great Wall of China, which stretches through Hebei's mountains, and Yungang Grottoes in Datong City, home to thousands of ancient Buddhist carvings dating back to the 5th century CE.
Hebei has a fascinating history that dates back more than 3,000 years when it served as an important economic hub during both the Warring States Period (475-221 BC) and Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). The province is also home to Zhaozhou Bridge - one of the oldest standing stone bridges in China - which was constructed during Sui Dynasty (581-618 AD).
Cities in Hebei
Baoding, Shijiazhuang, Nangong, Xingtai, Handan, Tangshan, Zhuozhou, Chengde, Linxi, Cangzhou, Zunhua, Zhaogezhuang, Guye, Pengcheng, Renqiu, Langfang, Songling, Qinhuangdao, Xinji, Zhangjiakou, Changli, Tangjiazhuang, Zhangjiakou Shi Xuanhua Qu, Langfang Shi, Tianchang, Shahecheng, Shanhaiguan, Botou, Shijiazhuang Shi, Huanghua, Tangshan Shi, Linshui, Luancheng, Zhangjiakou Shi, Fengrun, Hengshui, Dingzhou, Cangzhou Shi, Hecun