Day 1 Beijing
Day 2 Beijing
The Forbidden City (UNESCO) is the imperial place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties ruled for nearly 500 years (1420-1911). Experience the architectural splendor of the palaces, ceremonial courtyards, and private quarters.
The Summer Palace (UNESCO) is the largest imperial garden in the world. Emperors of successive dynasties created a summer retreat of Chinese gardens and pavilions, around the tranquil waters of Kunming Lake.
Good to know: Usually the guide service for a full day tour is about from 9:00 to 17:00, and the evening time is on your own. If needed, your guide is happy to offer some tips or help you buy tickets for evening entertainment.
Ideas for leisure time: If you are interested in Chinese Kung Fu, the Legend of Kung Fu is a good choice for tonight. It is stunning Kung Fu show with a great story line and martial arts skills.
Day 3 Beijing
Beijing Expo Park Lantern Art Festival features 170 sets of large-scale lighting installations and some 3,900 lanterns. Visitors can admire the exhibitions while walking along its 3-kilometer-long sightseeing route at the park. The duration of the exhibition is from Jan.15 to Oct.15, 2023.
Day 4 Beijing
The Shougang Park is a symbol of urban regeneration. Established in 1919, it used to be a steel factory. Smokestacks, blast furnaces and other factory and warehouse remains are now surrounded by expansive greenery, sports facilities, commercial buildings and modern offices. You can't miss the Big Air Shougang, which is an important venue legacy of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Wangfujing Street is a pedestrianized shopping street. It is home to upscale shopping malls, souvenir shops and street foods. You may find lots of dining options and shops for all kinds of budgets here.
-- Private English-speaking tour guide
-- Private Air-conditioned coach
-- Land transfers between airport and hotel
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Lunch as listed
-- Hotel with daily breakfast
-- Cable car of the Great Wall
-- International flights with airport tax
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax fee, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- China Visa
-- Travel insurance