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3-Day Beijing Sightseeing Private Custom-Made Combo Tour

Highlights
  • 3-Day Beijing Sightseeing Private Custom-Made Combo Tour
  • Create your own personalized itinerary and visit 10 Beijing attractions of your choice
  • Marvel at UNESCO-listed wonders such as the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, and the Forbidden City
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3-Day Beijing Sightseeing Private Custom-Made Combo Tour
From US$235.00
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3-Day Beijing Combo Tour (meals and cable car included)
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Overview
Create your perfect Beijing tour itinerary with this private 3-day combo package. Visit up to 10 attractions of your choice including the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, the Forbidden City, and Tiananmen Square; enjoy the convenience of daily hotel pickup and private transport; and explore each attraction at your own pace.
What to Expect

Please choose 1 option from category A and 3 different options from each category of B, C and D. In other words, you will get to see total 10 attractions in 3 day. All itinerary will be worked out based on the chosen attraction's location and traffic time in Beijing. Please specify the 10 options you want to see in the special requirements field when finalizing your purchase. For example: A1; B2, 3, 5; C2, 6, 7; D1, 3, 7.
A
1. Juyongguan Great Wall: number one pass in China which is easy to access the actual Wall
2. Badaling Great Wall: most famous section of the Wall, crowded on weekends and holidays
3. Mutianyu Great Wall: most beautiful section of the Wall in Beijing, less touristy
4. Huanghuacheng Great Wall

B
1. Tian’anmen Square & Forbidden City: the largest city-center square in the world; the Imperial Palace where the Emperors resided for over 500 years
2. Summer Palace & Dragon Boat: the largest and best-preserved imperial garden in China and the Dragon Boat Cruise inside
3. Hutong Tour & Houhai Lake: the old and original part of Beijing with hundreds years of history
4. Dingling Tomb & Sacred Way: the only imperial tomb officially excavated with a 27 meters deep underground palace; a road with 36 beautifully carved human and animal figures served as guardians for the emperor’s afterlife
5. Water Cube & Bird’s Nest: 2008 Olympic Games stadiums
6. Confucius Temple & Imperial Academy: the second largest Confucian Temple in China used by imperial officials to pay their respects to Confucius; the highest institute of learning in China's traditional educational system 

C
1. Temple of Heaven: the place where the Ming and Qing emperors performed their ritual ceremonies
2. Beijing Zoo (Panda House)
3. Lama Temple: the largest lamasery in Beijing where two famous Qing emperors came from
4. National Grand Theatre
5. Beijing City-Planning Hall
6. Jingshan Park: offering panoramic views of the Forbidden City, downtown Beijing and old Beijing
7. Drum & Bell Tower: two iconic buildings and popular attractions in Beijing

D
1. Liulichang Street: an antique market with a series of traditional Chinese stone houses
2. Panjiayuan Market: the largest, cheapest and most popular antique market in Asia
3. Hongqiao Market: a major knock-off market in Beijing
4. Wangfujing Street: No. 1 walking street in China
5. 798 Art District: an art zone built based on a factory in 1950's
6. Dashilar: the oldest shopping street in Beijing with many century old stores
7. Capital Museum: one of the biggest and most modern art museums in China
8. Nanluoguxiang: one of the oldest Hutongs in Beijing with a history of over 740 years

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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Loved this tour

We planned a trip to Beijing and Shanghai and wanted to find a tour that would give us all of the highlights. This tour was perfect for Beijing. We had selected the three day tour and Dana was our tour guide. First and foremost, Dana...More

Thank hayleebernstein
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Brilliant!

We chose this tour after lengthy and extensive research as we were not sure if Viator would be as reliable as we had experienced in other countries. We were very fortunate to have highly experienced guide Angie who really is a gem. Her English is...More

1  Thank Marshall S
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile
3-Day Beijing Sightseeing Private Custom-Made Combo Tour

This tour of Beijing is an amazing choice! You get the flexibility to choose from many options. We chose many of the popular items and some not as popular and we were not disappointed by any of them. Angie was our guide for our family...More

2  Thank John S
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile
Excellent Tour!!!

This was our first time in Beijing and didn’t know anything much about it beside the places we wanted to go. We were so glad that we booked this tour otherwise we wouldn’t know where to go or what to do due to language barrier....More

2  Thank Travel-adventure21
Reviewed 8 June 2018
Great tour!

We did a 3 day tour of Beijing in May 2018 which was excellent. Our guide, Dana, took us to the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and many other attractions. She was extremely nice, very knowledgeable and informative and spoke fluent English....More

3  Thank Kidier G
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Mark H
20 August 2018|
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Response from wiki b | Property representative |
Hi Mark, Normally our pickup and drop-off location is in the city and within the 5th Ring Road; but if you do have to book a hotel a little far away from city (maybe for meeting), that is also ok. If possible, please give me... More
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LynnChh
11 August 2018|
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Response from wiki b | Property representative |
Hi LynnChh Yes, you could split the 3 day tour according to your schedule; and some customers have done it before with no problem. Any help, please just let me know. Bruce Li from Wikibeijing
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Elaine F
23 July 2018|
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Response from John S | Reviewed this property |
No, you need to get the Chinese visa yourself separate from the tour. You will need to get your visa before you leave the US. It’s not a quick or cheap process, so I would recommend you apply for the visa 3 months ahead of... More
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