Day Trips from Beijing

A city that has been a heart of China’s history for centuries, Beijing is a place of transformation that is reshaping itself for the 21st century at full tilt. There is so much to see and do in the city that it is hard to decide where to start. Below listed are some of the most tourist attractions that are popular and you can enjoy in Day Trips from Beijing, China that fascinate tourists from all over the world.

The Great Wall of China in Beijing: It is very rare that you get to see one of the most popular wonders of the world during your trip. Built originally to keep the invading Mongol forces out, the Great wall has come to represent China itself. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world and can be accessed as a day trips from Beijing. If you take a tour organized by professional tour operators or hotel like Guilin Tour Guide, then you get to learn a lot about this giant beauty.

The Forbidden City: Irrespective of whether you are a history enthusiast, find architecture amazing, or just like to appreciate the beauty of China, a visit to the Forbidden City is a must! This place was the palace of the Emperors for more than 500 years from the Ming Dynasty onwards and now houses the Imperial Museum. There are some extremely appealing antiques housed in the museum that are really worth seeing. The city is located right in the center of Beijing.

Other Popular Beijing Attractions: Apart from the aforementioned, some other popular tourist attractions in Beijing include Lama Temple, Temple of Heaven, Donghuamen Night Market, Silk Market, Beihai Park/Houhai District, Drum and Bell Towers etc. One other thing that is essential for every tourist is to have a local dish of Peking duck. There are many restaurants that serve this, just visit any of the local Chinese restaurants and you will be treated with fantastic food at great prices. If you are coming to china one other option that you can surely include in your package is Holiday Package Tibet to explore china at fullest.

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