Get Great Wall Beijing Airport Tour To Your Desired Place In The Capital Of China

Being the China’s capital and a significant cultural and transportation center, Beijing with its long history has a lot to offer to the visitors. Here some of the treasures of Chinese history and culture are hidden, mixed with a scenic beauty.

There are multiple landmark tours offered that allow guests to start exploring the wonders of the city and the region, where famous dynasties ruled over the great empire. Get great wall Beijing Airport tour to the Forbidden City, which for five centuries has been the imperial palace of emperors from different dynasties, including the Ming and the Qing. Today, the Palace Museum takes place there.

The unique Temple of Heaven is another must-see attraction, in which solemn rituals has been performed long time ago by emperors to multiply harvests. Both of these sites have been constructed by the Yongle Emperor between 1406 and 1420.

Your next stops could be the Summer Palace and the Ming tombs, where 13 emperors of the Ming Dynastyhave been buried.Tourists can take a look at their majestic mausoleums in the largest tomb. The second largest tomb is the Dingling Tomb, which is a typical imperial tomb, opened to the public as well.

Obviously, the most notable attraction, located near Beijing, is the Great Wall, and especially its Badaling Section. Get great wall Beijing Airport tour to the so-called Eighth Wonder of the World, where you can use a cable car or walk on the stone wall enjoying the beautiful panoramas.

Another tour is offered from Beijing Airport to the Mutianyu Section, which is among the prettiest parts of the wall. Mutianyu provides ideal opportunities for hiking on the wall or taking a cable car, if you are tired. For as little as 3 or 4 hours, people will be able to see all the interesting things there, including the 22 watchtowers and the Mutianyu pass and learn more about its history.

Those, who love classical music, can also pay a visit to the popular Beijing Opera, where they may enjoy classical dance styles and singing that date from the times of Ming Dynasty.

Tourists can also visit any of the public parksin Beijing early in the morning to meet the local people who do their exercises outdoors at these places. Different kinds of physical activities can be seen in these parks, such as jogging, ballroom dancing and tai’chi.

 

Beijing Airport Transport and Tours Experience

Arriving in a large and unfamiliar airport is always a daunting experience, but at the Beijing Capital International Airport you needn’t worry as efficient and reliable transport is available to take you into the city or on a layover tour. In fact even if you just want guide to be with you while you navigate the large airport Beijing Airport Transportation can provide that service. Beijing Airport is vast, there are 3 terminals and it is one of the world’s busiest airports, seeing 48,154,484 passengers passing through the airport in 2013.

Beijing Capital Airport is located 32km from the city center and so ground transport is critical. Instead of battling to understand the rail and bus system on your first day in Beijing rather book an airport to hotel transfer with our company. You’re driver will be waiting just after you exit the customs area with a sign showing your name.  The driver will then transport you to your hotel in a modern, comfortable and luxury car like the Audi A6 or Buick GL8. If you’re in a group you can order a business van or the Mercedes MB100. You won’t have to try to understand the public transport system, you won’t have to search for your hotel and you can sit back and relax as one of our drivers takes you directly to your hotel.

Alternatively if you are in Beijing on a layover why not utilize your time to see a bit of the city, and specifically Beijing’s top attraction, the Great Wall of China. One of our drivers will pick you up at the airport on your arrival and take you directly to the Mutianyu Great Wall for a 3-4 hour tour. This is the ideal entrance point to the wall if your time is limited. There is a cable car that can take you to the top or you can hike to the top of the wall. You’ll avoid the usual tourist traps and hidden fees, the tour does not stop at any tourist shops along the way and the best part is that it is a private tour. The tour includes the entrance fee to the wall and free bottled water. Your vehicle will be air-conditioned and the driver/guide will be able to speak perfect English. Other layover tours are available to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, Summer Palace or the Olympic Games sites of the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube.

Luckily for international visitors stopping in Beijing Capital International Airport on a layover flight, there is now a 72 hour Free Entry Visa. This means that you won’t have to arrange any complicated visa in order to enjoy a quick layover tour.

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