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You can start your journey to the Great Wall of China from Beijing. A lot of flights are available from India to Beijing. Tour buses run in Beijing that take tourists to the Great Wall of China. You can also hire a cab. It will take you around 4 hours to explore the entire wall, and considering where your hotel is, it can take you anywhere between 4 to 5 hours to reach the Great Wall of China. You can also explore other nearby destinations in Beijing such as Forbidden city, Tiananmen Square and Memorial Hall.
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Hi James, How to Visit the Great Wall of China from Beijing The Great Wall of China, one of the 7 new wonders of the world, and an absolute must-see for any would-be traveler. It’s actually pretty easy to access, so if you’re wondering how to visit the Great Wall of China from Beijing. Visiting the Great Wall of China from Beijing: When you’re in Beijing, it’s pretty easy to access the Great Wall of China, either via public transport or via a day-trip. There are 4 main options when visiting the Great Wall of China from Beijing – I’ll go into more details in all of them below: Badaling: The most popular, and easiest and most preserved (but with the most tourists!) Juyongguan: Super close to Badaling, slightly less tourists, slightly less preserved Mutianyu: The least tourists, but less preserved and more difficult to access Jinshanling: Long hikes, not so preserved, not so many tourists, furthest away BUS: From Dongzhimen Bus Station, you can take bus line 916 Express to Huairou North Avenue (Huairou Beidajie) Station and takes 1 hour (only get the express!). There, transfer to bus line h23, h24, h35, or h36 to Mutianyu Roundabout. Finally, walk about 500 yards (450 meters) to the ticket office of the scenic area. Others will be doing the same. Jinshanling: around 140 km from Beijing, about 2.5 hrs drive Visiting the Great Wall of China from Beijing, to Jinshanling
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