Why choose Port of Yantai

A beacon of maritime heritage, the Port of Yantai welcomes cruisers with tales of ancient seafaring glory. Surrounded by lush landscapes and serene coastlines, Yantai offers a temperate climate, inviting exploration away from tourist traps. This coastal gem serves as a showcase for China's authentic charm, blending traditional culture with modern vitality. As cruise lines dock at Yantai, travelers are transported to a world where history meets hospitality. Notably, Yantai boasts the unique distinction of being home to Changyu Wine Culture Museum, celebrating China's winemaking heritage and its status as one of the world's oldest wine-producing regions.

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Yantai's history is intertwined with its maritime legacy, echoing tales of trade and conquest. As cruise-goers sail into Dalian Harbour, they're seamlessly connected to Yantai's main sights, including Penglai Pavilion and its legendary tales of immortals and mythical creatures. The world admires Yantai's history enough to emulate its winemaking prowess, yet hidden treasures await discovery beyond the influencer spotlight. From exploring ancient fortresses to sampling locally-produced wines, Yantai's allure lies in its ability to surprise and delight, offering a truly immersive experience for intrepid travelers.

Savor the essence of Yantai's cuisine, where fresh seafood and locally-sourced ingredients take center stage. Indulge in the sumptuous delights of "crab and sea cucumber soup," a rich and flavorful dish that epitomizes the region's coastal bounty. From savory seafood dumplings to aromatic stir-fried clams, Yantai's culinary landscape offers a tantalizing array of flavors and textures. Don't hesitate to sample local specialties like "sea cucumber," prized for its unique texture and delicate flavor, creating an unforgettable dining experience that transports foodies to culinary heaven.