Day Tour | No-Shopping | Private Tour
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Forbidden City | Nanluoguxiang | National Stadium (Bird's Nest) | 798 Art Zone | The Place | Cancel 24+ hours in advance for Free!
Forbidden City (紫禁城)
The Forbidden City, or "former palace" (故宫), is one of the must-see sights in Beijing. In the afternoon sunshine, the red walls and golden roof tiles cast a glow across the vast courtyards of this symbol of China's mighty imperial past. If pressed for time, try to spend at least half a day exploring; if you have more time, consider return trips—the Forbidden City's stately spaces and myriad treasures are best lingered over.
With a history of over 800 years, the Nan Luo Gu Xi'ang (Southern Gong and Drum Lane)is one of the Beijing`s oldest hutongs and has been one of Beijing's 25 cultural and historical protection areas since 1990. However, it is a place where you can find small & fashion shops, bars, restaurants. Strolling in the lane, you will forget the hustle and bustle of the metropolis Beijing immediately. Nan Luo Gu Xi'ang offers a creative way of changing and preserving traditions.
National Stadium (Bird's Nest 国家体育场)
Affectionately known as Bird's Nest, the National Stadium is situated in Olympic Green Village, Chaoyang District of Beijing City. It was designed as the main stadium of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
798 Art Zone (798艺术区)
798 Art Zone comprise a complex of 50-year-old decommissioned military factory buildings boasting a unique architectural style, located in Dashanzi, Chaoyang District of Beijing, that houses a thriving artistic community. The area is often called the 798 Art District or Factory 798 although technically, Factory #798 is only one of several structures inside a complex formerly known as 718 Joint Factory.
The Place (世贸天阶)
Beijing's funkiest new mall is easy to spot thanks to the digital canopy that sweeps over its central outdoor plaza - the biggest LED screen in Asia would you believe. However if you find the butterflies and seascapes that flash up on it all a bit too much, head straight indoors to the tri-level mall which houses Spanish fashion chain Zara and Canadian shoe retailer Aldo's flagship store.
9:00 a.m. Beijing downtown hotel pickup
• Please note: Free pickup/drop-off available for hotels situated within the 4th Ring Road of Beijing, otherwise additional charge applies.
9:30 a.m. Forbidden City (about 2 hours, closed on Mondays)
11:30 a.m. Walk around at Nanluoguxiang Hutong Area
12:30 p.m. Lunch at a local restaurant (at your own expense)
2:30 p.m. 798 Art Zone and photo stop at the Bird's Nest (about 20 minutes)
6:00 p.m. Walk around at The Place and enjoy the 3rd biggest LED Screen in the world.
7:00 p.m. Transfer to hotel
Upon your tour finished, your driver can wait another 20 minutes for you to refresh and drop you at your dinner place if you have any idea where you would like to go.
1) English-speaking guide service
2) Admission fees and transportation as listed in details
2) Personal expenses, optional items or anything else not specifically mentioned
• Bookings made after 6:00 p.m. the day before departure will be canceled.
• Please call or email Ctrip if you need to cancel your booking.
• Modification is not accepted, please cancel your booking first and rebook the product.
• Free cancellation for bookings canceled at least 24 hours in advance. No refund will be granted for cancellations made after this time.
How to Join the Group:
• On departure date you will be picked up from hotel, please check the pickup range as specified in details.
• You will be contacted before 10:00 p.m. the day before departure to confirm pickup information regarding your driver and/or tour guide.
We may contact you via phone (if provided), hotel reception, or email. If we cannot reach you before this time, please call the emergency contact number which you will find listed on the confirmation email.
• Please call Adam @13911199167 for any urgent matters.
- Children: 2-12 years old and shorter than 1.2m (3 ft 11 in)
- Each child must be accompanied by at least 1 adult.
- Prices for group products are fixed. For private products, the bigger the group the lower the price per person.