Beijing Private Day Trip to Mutianyu Great Wall and the Summer Palace

Beijing Private Day Trip to Mutianyu Great Wall and the Summer Palace
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$88
Duration: 9 hours
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Description

There are two places for visitors to see. One is Mutianyu Great Wall, you will take cable car to see this vital section of the world famous China Great Wall, Mutianyu has a history of over 1400 years, can trace back to Northern Qi Dynasty (550-570). Standing on the wall and looking at it stretching up and down into boundless distance is an exciting experience. The other is the Summer Palace in northwest suburban Beijing is the largest and most complete imperial garden existing in China. It was first built in the 12th century as an imperial palace. Occupy a total area of 304 hectares, the Summer Palace features hilly and water scenery. The Summer Palace was added to the world cultural heritage list in 1998.

Tour Itinerary

Pick up from your hotel, and then drive to Mutianyu Great Wall (60 miles away from downtown, about 1.5-2 hours driving). Tour guide explain the sightseeings along the tour. Take cable car to see this vital section of the world famous China Great Wall, Mutianyu section (for about 2-3 hours), which is the longest defensive wall in the world.

Driving to restaurant nearby and having typical Chinese lunch (1.5 hours).

After lunch, driving (60 minutes) to the Summer palace in northwest suburban Beijing is the largest and most complete imperial garden existing in China, for about 1.5 hours. It was first built in the 12th century as an imperial palace. Occupy a total area of 304 hectares, the Summer Palace features hilly and water scenery. The Summer Palace was added to the world cultural heritage list in 1998.

Transfer you back to your hotel after the tour.

Tour Ends.

There are two places for visitors to see. One is Mutianyu Great Wall, you will take cable car to see this vital section of the world famous China Great Wall, Mutianyu has a history of over 1400 years, can trace back to Northern Qi Dynasty (550-570). Standing on the wall and looking at it stretching up and down into boundless distance is an exciting experience. The other is the Summer Palace in northwest suburban Beijing is the largest and most complete imperial garden existing in China. It was first built in the 12th century as an imperial palace. Occupy a total area of 304 hectares, the Summer Palace features hilly and water scenery. The Summer Palace was added to the world cultural heritage list in 1998.