Day 1 Beijing Arrival
Attractions: No (No meal)
Upon arrival in Beijing, our driver will greet you at airport/train station by holding a welcome board with your name. Then the driver will transfer you to hotel in downtown area. The rest day is free for you.
Temple of Heaven
Day 2 Beijing
Attractions: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven (Breakfast, Lunch)
Our guide and driver will pick you up from hotel after breakfast. Then you will visit the famous Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. After a short sightseeing at Tiananmen Square, you will walk across the Golden Water Bridge and come to the splendid Forbidden City built 600 years ago, where you will be impressed by thegorgeous imperial palaces and vast storage of historical relics. After lunch, visit the Temple of Heaven where Emperors of the Ming and the Qing Dynasties prayed for agriculture harvest from Heaven yearly. Next we will take a rickshaw to explore Hutongs here you will get a look of the other side of Beijing people’s daily life. Afterwards escort back to your hotel.
Day 3 Beijing
Attractions: Badaling Great Wall, Summer Palace, Bird’s Nest and Water Cube (Breakfast, Lunch)
Today please wear the comfortable shoes since we will do more walking. After hotel pickup we will pay a visit to Badaling Great Wall. In cold weapon period Badaling Great Wall was regarded as the strongest protective screen of Beijing. Now it is one of the most visited part of Great Wall.
In the afternoon on the way back to city area we will stop over to pay an outer visit to Bird’s Nest and Water Cube and take some picture here. Then continue driving to Summer palace to enjoy scenery of the royal garden in the best preserved and largest in China.
Badaling Great Wall
Day 4 Beijing Departure
Attractions: Yonghe Palace, Jingshan Park (Breakfast)
After breakfast meet your guide and driver in hotel. First stop of today will be Yonghe Palace where two emperors of the Qing Dynasty bore. Yonghe Palace is also called The Lama Temple because it was translated into the largest Buddhist temple in Beijing in Mid and Late Qing Dynasty. Then you will take a walk in Jinshan Park, opposite a street from the Forbidden City. In ancient time, Jingshan Park and its ancillary buildings not only served as a royal garden for visitors, but also had multiple functions such as learning shooting, offering sacrifices to ancestors, official learning, opera and regional activities, etc. After lunch transfer to Beijing airport/train station for your next destination.