“A fascinating fusion of new and old, this ever-evolving city stands upon the foundations of a mighty empire.”
The smoggy urban chaos of Beijing is China’s pulsing heart, an economic giant and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Supporting a population of 22 million, this east coast metropolis is known for its skyscrapers and eight-lane freeways, but also for its magnificent palaces, pretty pagodas and, of course, the Great Wall. It’s easy to be overwhelmed by Beijing, by its pollution and the sheer volume of people on the streets, but this incredible city has so much to offer that it’s vital to acclimatise. Some of history’s most important landmarks stand proud in the capital: the gargantuan Forbidden City, which acted as the Chinese imperial palace for almost 500 years; the iconic Tiananmen Square, so vast it must be seen to be believed; and the Temple of Heaven, an ancient place of worship that’s surrounded by stunning examples of Ming Dynasty architecture.
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"Set in Wangfujing, Beijing’s shopping district, the hotel is surrounded by shops and restaurants. The city’s popular attractions including Tiananmen …"
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- Time Difference GMT +8 approx
- Currency Chinese Yuan
- Flight Time 9 hours 45 minutes from UK
- Capital Beijing
- Best time to go September to October
- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
- All of our holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your protection.
- 24/7 UK emergency number for complete peace of mind.
- We are ABTA members, ensuring that we are bound by ABTA's code of conduct.