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The Great Wall of China is considered to be the only man-made project visible from the moon. Although it was once thought to have been built entirely during the Qin Dynasty between 221 and 238 BC, it is now believed to have been started...more
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This doesn’t need reviewing anymore than the Eiffel Tower. It must be seen and climbed. The climb at this part of the wall comes with two choices: pretty steep and very steep. For a glimpse of history that is really impressive for its scope and...More
I visited the Badaling Great Wall and was amazed by the rich history and beauty. I suggest paying for the cable car ride up and back as the climbing can be quite tedious and taxing on your body. I took the cable car and was...More
The Great Wall of China,
proves why it is one of the 7 wonder of the world.
It was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987 with a history of 2700 years.
The natural view from the wall is mesmerizing. I can tell that...More
Any travelers who find their way to Beijing simply have to visit the Wall. I took a group of fortunate high school students here, and it is mystical. The scope, the history and the breathtaking views ensure a memory that will last a lifetime. I...More
The view there is very nice but it is too crowded. Took the cable car to the North 7th tower and hiked up to the 8th tower. The path is quite steep and it changes from slope to steps and back to slope. Remember to...More
We had to wait about 20 minutes to go up. It was crowded during our visit. Many buses of sightseers had arrived shortly before us. The wall is truly a “Great Wall.” We spent about 90 minutes walking on the wall and view its surroundings....More
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Our tickets were bought thru Viking cruises. There was a ticket center there on site. You’d need to buy both the ticket to get up as well as to use the funicular to go down. Enjoy your trip-it’s outstanding!