Beijing is a fast developing metropolitan city with a blend of old and modern. To know Beijing better, you are kindly requested not only to know its past, but also know its present and future development. There are many new sites and buildings in Beijing – National Grand Theater, Xidan Commercial Street, Beijing Financial Street, The China Millennium Monument,National Stadium (nest), National Swimming Center ( Water Cube ), Central Business District (CBD) and many more.
|HIGHLIGHTS||Beijing modern architecture buildings visiting
Photos outside the National Olympic Bird Nest
Inner View of the National Aquatics Center
Experience the paintings and statues at 798 Art Zone
|INCLUDED||Professional English Speaking tour guide
Free hotel pick up and drop off service
Private car/van with professional driver
A La Carte lunch (CNY80.00 net per person) will be served in the local nice restaurant for you to taste the local food
Travel Agent Insurance
|EXCLUDED||Gratuities to guides
Travel insurance coverage for injury/accident
Beijing Olympic Park (Olympic Green)
Beijing Olympic Park is where the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and Paralympics took place.The park was designed to contain ten venues, the Olympic Village, and other supporting facilities. Afterward, it was transformed into a comprehensive multifunctional activity center for the public.
Bird Nest and Water Cube
Take photos in front of the Bird Nest and get inside the Water Cube.
The Bird’s Nest, also known as The National Stadium, was designed as the main stadium of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. It continues to be used as a place for Beijing citizens to take part in and enjoy competitive sports and gymnastic activities.
A La Carte Lunch
Our guide will introduce the local nice restaurants according to your flavor, you are suggest to try the Beijing local dishes, Pecking Duck and dumplings.
798 Art Zone
The 798 Art Zone is named after a factory which was built in 1950s. It is famous for its unique art exhibition and special creation workshop. Now the 798 Art Zone has become one of the new landmarks of Beijing Urban Culture.Walking in the 798 Art Zone, visitors can feel the contrast of the present with the past. On one side are the mottled redbrick walls with slogans of different ages; on another side are the scattered orderly industrial plants and crisscross pipelines.
National Grand Theater
The egg-shaped theater is designed by the French architect Paul Andrew.The National Grand Theater, situated west of the Beijing’s central Tian’anmen Square, has a huge glass and titanium dome-shaped structure surrounded by water. It is regarded as the Egg due to its smooth, translucent exterior and ovoid shape.
Back to hotel at 6:00PM
Our guide and driver will send you back to hotel at around 6:00PM.
Add on: The famous Beijing Opera and Kungfu Show are suggested to enrich your nightlife in Beijing.
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