After breakfast, The morning itinerary will take you to Mutianyu Great Wall, you will take cable car to see this vital section of the world famous China Great Wall, Mutianyu has a history of over 1400 years, can trace back to Northern Qi Dynasty (550-570). Standing on the wall and looking at it stretching up and down into boundless distance is an exciting experience.
Next you will visit Beijing 798 Art Zone, which is Located in the northeast suburb of Beijing, the previous factory plant has become a haven for artists from home and even abroad. Artists gather here to open galleries, art studios and cafes, and hold all kinds art events, making the area the most resounding name in the artistic circle.
Transfer back to your hotel
Mutianyu Great Wall798 Art Zone
Day 2, Beijing ( Meal: -/L/- )
After Breakfast, Visit the Coal Hill Park, wherever you can have a bird view of the Forbidden City. Later，will we go to the Forbidden City to explore its fascinating halls and palaces. Here, you will not only learn how the emperor handled political affairs and lived their lives, but appreciate numerous ancient art treasures.Then you will visit the Great Hall of the People, which lies to the west of Tian'anmen Square and south of Chang'an Street. It is where the National People's Congress is held and also where state leaders hold diplomatic meetings and the masses stage political activities.
After walking through the Zhengyang Gate, we will visit the Dashilan Alley and Temple of Heaven in the afternoon. The Temple of Heaven is the place where the emperors worshiped the heavens in hopes of good harvests.
Coal Hill ParkForbidden CityGreat Hall of the People
Day 3, Beijing ( Meal: -/L/- )
After breakfast, the first stop of today's itinerary is the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace in northwest suburban Beijing is the largest and most complete imperial garden existing in China. It was first built in the 12th century as an imperial palace. Occupy a total area of 304 hectares, the Summer Palace features hilly and water scenery. The Kunming Lake makes up four-fifths of this royal park. The Long Corridor running east-west along the lake as well as the Pavilion of the Fragrance of Buddha, the Sea of Wisdom, and the Hall of Dispelling the Clouds and Suzhou Street standing south to north on the Longevity Hill are the major scenic spots. The Summer Palace was added to the world cultural heritage list in 1998.
In the afternoon, an interesting trip to the old Hutongswill let you feel Old Beijing’s culture. Taking the local rickshaw and traveling along the narrow lanes, you will get a close touch with the original Beijing lifestyle.