Huzhou is located in the north of Zhejiang Province on the south bank of Lake Taihu across from Wuxi in Jiangxi and Lake Ge in Suzhou. This has been a tranquil land since ancient times. The famous silk and Huzhou brushes come from here, and it also has a long history of tea culture. Modern downtown Huzhou isn’t very big. The area of Hongqi Road and Jiangnan Industry and Trade Street are the most bustling areas, while the landscape of the coastal area of Lake Nantai on the city’s north side are majestic and good for the whole family to go for a self-guided driving tour. The scenery around Huzhou is even more alluring. The Jiangnan mansions in the ancient town of Nanxun, the artistic guesthouses at Mogan Mountain, the great bamboo sea in Anji, and the ten mile stretch of ginkgo at Changxing which is splendid in the autumn are enough make you forget to want to return home in your enjoyment.