|Month||Hotel Category||2 pax||3~5 pax||6~9 pax||SSP|
|MAR-NOV||427 USD||394 USD||317 USD||440 USD|
|DEC-FEB||408 USD||374 USD||297 USD||411 USD|
Your private tour of Beijing starts on your arrival, our tour guide will meet you at the airport and escort you to visit the Beijing Hutongs, a special area widely viewed as the beacon of Beijing culture.
The honorable Hutong reputation dates back from the Yuan dynasty and has a history of more than 700 years.
Its iconic narrow streets and alleyways have made northern China, most especially Beijing the best region to see them.
The architectural silhouettes are usually flat and tourists often think of them looking like small houses.
Most of the northern culture is originated from the Hutong. After, we whisk you away to Prince Gong’s Mansion, the largest palace in the Qing Dynasty.
It was used as the private house of Heshen and Yonglin, and in 1851 Prince Gong became the owner, from whom it got its name nowadays.
Prince Gong’s Mansion witnessed the history of the Qing Dynasty from the dynasty’s peak and through its decline; the residence holds rich historical and cultural information. There’s an old saying – one Prince Gong Mansion, is half a history of Qing Dynasty.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
After breakfast, you will visit Tiananmen Square, the biggest city square in the world. Covering 440,000 square meters, it has witnessed many important historical events.
The area offers an array of many interesting attractions like the Monument to the People's Heroes, the Great Hall of the People, the National Museum of China, and the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong.
It was in Tiananmen Square where Mao Zedong claimed the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949.
After we tour the square, Sublime China then pays a visit to the Forbidden City, one of the five most famous palaces in the world.
This is where 24 emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties lived and ruled for over 500 years. In the afternoon you will visit the Temple of Heaven where emperors conducted religious rituals and prayed for good harvests in the Qing and Ming dynasties.
It is one of the most important landmarks of Beijing. Along the way, the tour will make a pleasant visit to a pearl shop en route. From there we head back over to the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
After breakfast, you'll get to explore the legendary Great Wall. Breathtaking and surreal, the Great Wall of China is located in South of Yanqing County and belongs to the northwest part of Beijing's city zone.
The Great Wall served as an important military pass and a vital barrier against the northern minority’s harassment.
Archaeological studies report that it is approximately 21,196 km (13,171 mi) long. There are two main parts to the Great Wall: the southern; and the northern.
The southern part is very steep to the point where some may even call it dangerous, a side rarely visited by tourists.
On this tour, you'll get to experience the northern part, making for a memorable and easy climb.
After trekking through and admiring the Great Wall in all its glory, we're set to visit the Summer Palace, the best-preserved imperial garden in the world featuring architectural masterpieces as well as beautiful scenery.
Summer Palace was originally created as a retreat for emperors who sought out an escape from the Beijing scorching summer heat.
It was arguably Asia’s largest and most wonderful royal garden used exclusively to serve emperors and their family.
Today, it is a world cultural and historic heritage site, attracting people from all over the world. It is located in the northwest suburb of Haidian District in Beijing City.
In the evening you will taste Beijing Roast Duck in Quanjude which is a famous Roast Duck restaurant in China.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
After breakfast, Sublime China will pick you up from your hotel and escort you to visit the Lama Temple.
Located in the northeast of Beijing, the Lama Template was a gift given by Emperor Kangxi to his fourth son, Prince Yinzhen, who was crowned as Emperor Yongzheng after Emperor Kangxi died.
In 1735, Emperor Yongzheng died and his coffin was kept in the temple for a certain time. The color of glazed tiles of the main halls turned to yellow from green.
In Beijing, traditional styles of architecture are preserved and have a strong presence in the Forbidden City and the Lama Temple.
When you visit, you will feel the gravity of its architectural holiness, truly special place and a must-visit.
After we tour through the Lama Temple, we will move on to Xiushui Street, one of the most popular foreign attractions in the country.
Xiushui Street is a magnet for both domestic and foreign tourists, its attractive shops and their cheap prices are undeniable.
It is about hundreds of meters long and also well known as the Leading Foreign Trade Market.
The street lies at the southeastern corner of the diplomatic quarter in Beijing's Chaoyang District and has many hotels and offices of foreign-funded enterprises.
Here's where our unforgettable tour of Beijing ends and we prepare to take you back to the hotel.
For more information on this must experience private tour of Beijing call 1-888-373-6882.