Beijing Tours

Our Beijing tours involves city essentials, inclusive local activities and experiences, Great Wall hike and night tour, for a great insight into the brilliant history and rapid modernization.

China Travel has always been ready to provide you with a superb Beijing travel and make your trip a fantastic experience!

Plan a Beijing Tour

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1 Day

  • Plan A: The Great wall of Beijing, Temple of Heaven
  • Plan B: The Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, Hutong tour includes rickshaw ride
  • Plan C: Hutong tour includes rickshaw ride, Summer Palace
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2 Days

  • Plan A: The Forbidden City, Hutong Tour + to The Great Wall, The Temple of Heaven
  • Plan B: the Forbidden City, The Great Wall+ Hutong tour, The Summer Palace
  • Plan C: In-depth Great Wall Hike
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3 Days

  • Plan A: 2 days trip + The Summer Place, Lama Temple, exterior visit of Beijing Olympic Stadiums
  • Plan B: 2 days trip+ 798 Art Street/Beijing Zoo(pandas), Beijing Capital Museum, Lama Temple, Guozijian
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4 Days

  • Plan A: 2 days city must-see +798 Art Street, Beijing Capital Museum, Beijing Zoo (pandas), Lama Temple, Guozijian +The Summer Palace, Beijing Olympic Stadiums
  • Plan B: 2 days Great Wall Hike + 2 days city must-see

Beijing Tour FAQs

1. What’s the best time to visit Beijing?

Beijing attracts thousands of visitors all year long. April, May, September and October are the best months because of the fine weather .

But try to avoid May 1st to 3rd (the Labor Day Holiday) and October 1st to 7th (the National Day Holiday). Beijing is especially crowded during these holidays.

2. How to plan my Beijing trip?

3 to 4 days are recommended for ‘an essential trip’ to Beijing which will cover the most popular attractions – the Forbidden City, Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace and hutongs.

If you want to have more cultural experiences and explore other hidden attractions, please feel free to contact us. To find out more, have a look at How to Plan my Beijing trip.

3. Do I need a visa for Beijing?

Beijing 144-hour visa-free transit policy: If you meet the following criteria, you can travel to Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province for up to 144 hours without applying for a visa:

  • You are in transit to a third country or region (Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan are included). For example: USA–Beijing–Taiwan is acceptable for a 144-hour transit visa in Beijing, but USA–Beijing–USA is not.
  • You can travel around Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province within 144 hours but you arenot permitted to go to other provincial level areas in China.
  • Your transit time is no more than 144 hours (from the first 00:00 hrs after entering).
  • Your port of entry is named in the policy.
  • You are citizen of one of the 53 countries included in the policy.
  • See whether your entry port and country are listed in the policy.

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