Going to Beijing Tour - China? Best things to know before your travel !
About Beijing Tour
Beijing, the capital and second-largest city in the People’s Republic of China, has a beautiful balance of old and new, natural, and urban. On other hand, the rich historical significance and beauty of the Great Wall of China. The complexity of modern shopping and local street food at Wangfujing, there is no shortage of things to see.
However, you will learn about the rich history of the local people, including the not-so-small minority of 20 million Muslims living in China. For instance, our tours allow you to see Muslim cultural spaces, mosques, restaurants, and shops, in addition to the more traditional tourist destinations of Beijing. Find more information about Beijing click here.
What to do in Beijing
The most popular tourist destination in Beijing is the Great Wall of China. However, the Wall originated as both a defense against nomadic groups and the northern border of China. Some sections built as early as 7th century BC, but the most well-known parts created during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). There are many stretches of the Great Wall which are open for travel, with Juyongguan being one of the most famous. At Juyongguan there are views of not only the Wall, but also old towers, and temples. With the western part being quite steep, and the other side is a more leisurely hike, it’s suitable for all travelers. Other accessible portions of the Wall include Badaling, Mutianyu, and Jinshanling.
If you’re looking for history and traditional Chinese culture, Tiananmen Square, The Temple of Heaven, The Summer Palace, and The Forbidden City are must-sees places. In short, find customize tour itineraray four days three nights Beijing tour here.
In Addition, 798 Art Zone will allow you to see what young Beijingers art culture. This area is lively, colorful, and unique compared to the rest of the landscape of Beijing.
When to Visit
Summer (Jun-Aug): This is the peak season. It is crowded and hot! If you can handle the heat, go for it.
Winter (Nov-Mar): This is the offseason. Less tourism, but it can be freezing. Save on plane tickets at this time of year, and view the frozen lakes of the Summer Palace. You can even join the locals on the ice!
A trip to Beijing is one you will not forget. Enjoy the sights, nature, and rich culture in China’s capital city!