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6-Day Beijing Great Wall Tour From:$389

Tour Code:CTG-03046S

Destination: Beijing

    Itinerary
    Day1 Arrival in Beijing (D)
    Upon arrival in Beijing, you will be met by our tour guide and transfer you to the hotel. Free for the rest of the day.

    Day2 Beijing (B+L)
    Have breakfast in the hotel and then visit Tian’anmen Square, the largest public square in the world and Forbidden City which was once home to the emperors for over 500 years in the Ming and Qing dynasties. After lunch, move on to Temple of Heaven, where dynastic rulers in China used to worship the heaven. Then proceed to visit Summer Palace, a former summer resort for the royal family.
     
                  
    Qianmen Street is open now. Lies to the south of the Tian’anmen Square, it’s a pedestrian street combining modern and ancient features of China. You may find a large number of old-brand shops settled here and the tram (CNY 5) to operate soon.

    Day3 Beijing (B+L)
    Today, after the breakfast in the hotel, we will drive the famous section of the Great Wall-Badaling Section. Cable car is available on the Great Wall. And then visit the Ming Tombs, where 13 emperors of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) were buried. Chinese lunch is included. Drive back to the hotel.
      
                 

    Day4 Beijing (B+L)
    After breakfast in the hotel, you will be picked up at your hotel. At first, drive to Beijing Zoo to make friends with lovely giant pandas. After lunch, move on to Tibetan Lama Temple (Yonghe Gong), a famous lamasery located in the northeastern part of the old city of Beijing. Then go to the old Beijing area--Shichahai for Hutong and have sightseeing by men-driven rickshaw. You will be arranged to have lunch with locals in typical residence-Beijing Courtyard.
     
                 

    Note: A hutong is an ancient city alley or lane typical in Beijing. Existed as early as hundreds of years ago, narrow lanes, or hutongs were common in ancient Beijing. In the past, several thousand lanes, alleys and quadrangles formed residential areas for ordinary people living in the capital. Today, as the city develops into an international metropolis, its lanes and alleyways are disappearing at a fast pace, but, still occupies one fourth of the city proper, still serve as dwellings for one third of the total urban population.
    After the tour, transferred back to your hotel.

    Day5 Beijing (B+L)
    Have breakfast in the hotel. The whole day is free for you to explore Beijing City.

    Day6 Beijing Departure (B)
    See off at the airport.

    B for Breakfast, L for Lunch, D for Dinner

     
    Tour Quotations
    Budget standard 4 stars hotel
    Price In Low Season (Jan, Feb, Mar&Dec)
    Group Size Luxury Class Standard Class Budget Class
    1 person $1023 $929 $911
    2-5 persons $693 $604 $581
    6-9 persons $589 $499 $479
    10 persons & above $459 $399 $389
    Single room
    supplementary
    $250 $138 $125
    Hotels in use Beijing Jade Palace Hotel   Plaza Hotel  Traveler Inn Hotel 
    Notes: Quotations listed above are for your reference only.


     

    Price In High Season (Apr, May, June, July, Aug, Sept, Nov&Oct)
    Group Size Luxury Class Standard Class Budget Class
    1 person $1160 $1009 $980
    2-5 persons $768 $626 $588
    6-9 persons $664 $521 $489
    10 persons & above $574 $439 $419
    Single room
    supplementary
    $275 $189 $150
    Hotels in use Beijing Jade Palace Hotel   Plaza Hotel Traveler Inn Hotel 
    Notes:  Quotations listed above are for your reference only.
    Inclusions:
    • 1. Transportation from hotels to airport and hotels to scenic spots;
      2. Hotel accommodation as listed in the tour itinerary;
      3. Meals as listed in the itinerary.
      4. West meets East breakfast and Chinese style lunch as listed in the tour itinerary.
      5. Specialties and snacks listed in the itinerary;
      6. English speaking tour guide service;
      7. Tour insurance in China.
    Exclusions:
    • 1. Tips to local tour guides and drivers;
      2. Personal expenses during your China vacation;
      3.The international and domestic flights. 
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    • 2 Q: linda utami
    • We are looking for groups no private tours. Do you have groups for that?
    • A: Yes, we provide both private tours and joint tours in China
    • 1 Doreen Lee
    • Q:Are your tours quoted in US$?
    • A: You are correct; all the price is quote as US dollar.
    • 2 Q: linda utami
    • We are looking for groups no private tours. Do you have groups for that?
    • A: Yes, we provide both private tours and joint tours in China
    • 1 Doreen Lee
    • Q:Are your tours quoted in US$?
    • A: You are correct; all the price is quote as US dollar.
    • 2 Q: linda utami
    • We are looking for groups no private tours. Do you have groups for that?
    • A: Yes, we provide both private tours and joint tours in China
    • 1 Doreen Lee
    • Q:Are your tours quoted in US$?
    • A: You are correct; all the price is quote as US dollar.
    • 2 Q: linda utami
    • We are looking for groups no private tours. Do you have groups for that?
    • A: Yes, we provide both private tours and joint tours in China
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