Beijing Private Day Tour: Great Wall at Mutianyu+Tiananmen Sqaure+Forbidden City

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1st Jul 2016

Forbidden City with lights

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Watchtower of the Forbidden City

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Crowds at the Forbidden City on Holidays

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Throne of the Emperor in the Forbidden City

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A bird's view from the Meridian Gate

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Square in front of the Hall of Supreme Harmony

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Hall of Supreme Harmony in winter

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Entrance to the Forbidden City

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

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Tian'anmen Gate

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Panaromic view of the Tian'anmen Square

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Great Hall of the People

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Peking Roast Duck

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Peking Roast Duck

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Peking Roast Duck

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Great Wall at Mutianyu

Pick up at 8 am to see Mutianyu, the most beautiful section of the Great Wall, which is about 1.5 hours drive from Beijing. Mutianyu is pretty and less touristy, more popular with foreign visitors. Starting from June 28th, 2014, all the cars have to stop at the foot of the mountain and all visitors have to take the shuttle bus both ways to and from the previous parking lot. From the parking lot, it takes about 10 minutes to get on the cable car station and another 5 minutes to get on the Wall by cable car.

Peking Roast Duck

Drive back Beijing to have Peking Roast Duck in a local non-tourist restaurant after 2 hours walking on the Wall. Peking Roast Duck is the most famous local food in Beijing, which is very popular with visitors home and abroad.

Forbidden City

Continue to see the Forbidden City from the Eastern Gate of it which is ten minutes walk to the entrance. The Forbidden City was the place where the Ming and Qing Emperors resided for more than 500 years, which used to be off-limits to the common people.

Tiananmen Square

After exploring the main buildings in the Forbidden City, drive around Tiananmen Square to see the biggest city-center square in the world, as well as some of the iconic buildings like the Front Gate, Chairman Mao's Mausoleum, Monument to the People's heroes, Great Hall of the People, Tiananmen Gate and National Museum of China.

Tour Pricing (USD)

350$/P.P. (1 Person)

215$/P.P. (2 Persons)

188$/P.P. (3 Persons)

165$/P.P. (4 Persons)

138$/P.P. (5 Persons)

125$/P.P. (6 Persons)

110$/P.P. (7-9 Persons)

Tour Highlights:

• Great Wall at Mutianyu

• Toboggan (optional)

• Tiananmen Square

• Forbidden City

• Peking Roast Duck

Tour Inclusions:

-- Transfers between hotel and sights

-- Entrance fees to all sights listed

-- Two ways Shuttle Bus

-- Two ways Cable Car/Toboggan

-- A local English-speaking guide

-- Peking Roast Duck lunch

-- Mineral water

-- Government taxes/service charges

Tour Exclusions:

-- Accommodation

-- Gratuities (optional)

The most beautiful section of the Great Wall in Beijing, less crowded and touristy.
Photo of Mutianyu Road, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Mutianyu Road, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Mutianyu Road, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
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Photo of Mutianyu Road, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Mutianyu Road, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
The largest city center square in the world, the symbol of new China.
Photo of Tiananmen, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Tiananmen, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Tiananmen, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Also called Palace Museum by Chinese, the Forbidden City was the place where the Ming and Qing emperors lived and worked for more than 500 years.
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
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Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
Photo of Palace Museum East Gate Outer, Beijing, China by WikiBeijing
The most popular local cuisine in Beijing, with more than 3,000 restaurants serving it.
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