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Half-Day City Tour: Tian

Fully enjoy a half-day tour of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City plus a Chinese dumpling lunch.

$250

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The Forbidden City is the largest palace complex in the world, with more than 800 buildings and some 8,000 rooms set in the heart of Beijing. Deemed off-limits to visitors for some five centuries while two dynasties of Chinese emperors ruled, today this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the city’s most popular attractions.

 

Most visitors enter the Forbidden City, also known as the Imperial Palace, through the Gate of Heavenly Peace in Tiananmen Square. This entrance leads to the Inner Court, where emperors, empresses, and concubines once lived, while the Meridian Gate takes travelers into the outer court, where ceremonies and state affairs were conducted centuries ago. Galleries to either side of the main north-south axis display an impressive collection of imperial art and artifacts, while a number of gardens, museums, pagodas, and pavilions dot the area.

 

With so much to see at this quintessential Beijing landmark, many visitors opt to visit with a guide who can navigate the vast complex and point out its most interesting features. Those short on time in the Chinese capital can opt for a half-day tour that combines a Forbidden City visit with Tiananmen Square. A lavish Chinese dumpling lunch is the best end of this tour.

 

Tour Details:

Meeting Point: No. 85 Nan Luo Gu Xiang, Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation.

Meeting Time: 08:30 a.m.


Price: 50 USD/person (Minimum Group Size: 5 pax) 

Itinerary:

08:30 Meet your guide at Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation;

09:00 Begin to Visit Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City;

11:30 Leave the Forbidden City for lunch (Chinese Dumpling).

13:00 Go back to Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation.

 

Inclusion:

1. Transfer in air-con car;

2. English Speaking tour guide;

3. Entrance fee of the Forbidden City;

4. Lunch of Chinese dumpling;

5. One bottle of water per person.

 

Exclusion:

1. Breakfast;

2. Transfer fees for going to the meeting point;

3. Wines or alcohol at lunch;

4. Gratuity;

5. Any other personal expense.

 

No Shopping! No Jade Store!

The Forbidden City is the largest palace complex in the world, with more than 800 buildings and some 8,000 rooms set in the heart of Beijing. Deemed off-limits to visitors for some five centuries while two dynasties of Chinese emperors ruled, today this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the city’s most popular attractions.

Most visitors enter the Forbidden City, also known as the Imperial Palace, through the Gate of Heavenly Peace in Tiananmen Square. This entrance leads to the Inner Court, where emperors, empresses, and concubines once lived, while the Meridian Gate takes travelers into the outer court, where ceremonies and state affairs were conducted centuries ago. Galleries to either side of the main north-south axis display an impressive collection of imperial art and artifacts, while a number of gardens, museums, pagodas, and pavilions dot the area.

With so much to see at this quintessential Beijing landmark, many visitors opt to visit with a guide who can navigate the vast complex and point out its most interesting features. Those short on time in the Chinese capital can opt for a half-day tour that combines a Forbidden City visit with Tiananmen Square. A lavish Chinese dumpling lunch is the best end of this tour.

Tour Details:

Meeting Point: No. 85 Nan Luo Gu Xiang, Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation.

Meeting Time: 08:30 a.m.

Price: 50 USD/person (Minimum Group Size: 5 pax)

Itinerary:

08:30 Meet your guide at Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation;

09:00 Begin to Visit Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City;

11:30 Leave the Forbidden City for lunch (Chinese Dumpling).

13:00 Go back to Beijing Downtown Backpackers Accommodation.

Inclusion:

1. Transfer in air-con car;

2. English Speaking tour guide;

3. Entrance fee of the Forbidden City;

4. Lunch of Chinese dumpling;

5. One bottle of water per person.

Exclusion:

1. Breakfast;

2. Transfer fees for going to the meeting point;

3. Wines or alcohol at lunch;

4. Gratuity;

5. Any other personal expense.

No Shopping! No Jade Store!

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