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Tianjin airport pickup Beijing Holidays

Trip highlights: Pickup from Tianjin airport, 3 days tour in Beijing, take bullet train Beijing to Tianjin, special designed activities for children and family vacations to Beijing. Tianjin airport pickup Beijing Holidays
Tour price: From US$362.00      4 Days        What is included question
Destinations: Tianjin, Beijing, Tianjin
Tour type: Private tour for a 7-seat van with tour guide and driver, available every day

Day by Day Itinierary

Day  1  Tianjin, Beijing  (   )
Upon arrival at Tianjin Binhai airport, pick up by our English speaking tour guide and drive to Beijing. Free time for the rest of the day. Recommend you to explore Beijing a little bit by yourself on the first evening.
Tianjin Binhai AirportIt is one of the major air cargo centers in China. The airport is able to handle over 500,000 tons of cargo and 200,000 flights a year. International flights are primarily operated by Korean Air and Asiana Airlines to Seoul, Nagoya, Manila and Jakarta.
BeijingAs the center of politics, cultural and international exchange, Beijing is a modern metropolis full of vitality. For the history buffs, Beijing is a living museum, but it has something to offer everyone. It is also the starting point for most of our China vacations.

[ Optional ] Dayali Restaurant: More than 40 chain restaurants under the same trademark of Dayali has been opened in Beijing area, served Peking duck and other local dishes, customers are mostly local Beijingers. Foods are good and price are reasonable.
Day  2  Beijing  ( B,L )
Today's sightseeings: Beijing's historic Tiananmen Square, followed by a visit to the magnificent Forbidden City. In the afternoon, you will marvel at another one of Beijing's famous landmarks, The Temple of Heaven.
Temple of HeavenIt was the place where the Emperor of the Ming and Qing dynasties would worship heaven and pray for good harvests. Built first in 1420, the Temple of Heaven is a precious example of China 's ancient architectural art and the largest design for worshipping heaven in the world.
Tian An Men SquareAs the largest city plaza in the world, it is of great cultural significance for its seeing of several key events in Chinese history. Today here are always sightseers and kite-flyers. Most visit at dawn or dusk to see the flag raising and lowering conducted by the PLA.
Forbidden CityFor almost 500 years, the Forbidden City served as the home of 24 Emperors and their households, and the ceremonial and political center of the Chinese imperial government. It was listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987.

[ Optional ] Kungfu show: The splendid Kung Fu show, running daily in Red Theater of Beijing shows you an authentic Kung Fu on the spot, which combining story-telling, acrobatics to celebrate the philosophy and skill of martial airs. You enjoy the opportunity to contact performers directly after the show or to learn Kung Fu from them!
Day  3  Beijing  ( B,L )
The highlight today is the Great Wall. The Mutianyu Great Wall is less crowded than Badaling, you might walk up and down the Wall on foot, or take cable car one way or round trips. The extra cost of cable car (RMB 50 one way) will be at your own cost. On your way back from The Great Wall, you will be driven to visit the main 2008 Beijing Olympic venues: the National Stadium (Bird's Nest) & National Aquatics Center (Water Cube). Feel free to take some photos of the stadiums.
Sacred WayIt was originally built to lead to Changling Tomb as a symbol of the passed emperor’s journey to heaven in their afterlife. Alongside the Sacred Road are 12 pairs of animal marble figures such as lions, elephants and 6 pairs human marbles such as generals and public officials.
Mutianyu Great WallMutianyu Great Wall seems to be not popular as section at Badaling, but it doesn’t get as crowded, which assist you in appreciating the magnificent scenery easily. Woods cover over 96% of the total scenic area, and its 2.5 kilometer stretch allows you a walk with striking landscape and fresh air.
National Aquatics Centre (Water Cube)The Water Cube (National Aquatics Center) was one of the three landmark buildings of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The outward appearance of the Center is a semi-transparent "cube", with "bubbles" spread out all over its surface, a shape very similar to the structure of "H2O".
Olympic Stadium (Bird Nest)The National Stadium, also named the “Bird’s Nest” due to its iconic design was the key competition venue of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The stadium looks like a nest from the outside, symbolizing a cradle holding the hopes of mankind for the future.

[ Optional ] Dashilan old street: Dashilan is the oldest and perhaps one of Beijing’s most fascinating streets to explore. This district is cluttered South of Tian'anmen Square, it is the civilian area, known as the grassroots culture under the Forbidden City.
Day  4  Beijing, Tianjin  ( B,L )
Continue our tours in Beijing. Later be tranferred to Beijing south train station to take bullet train to Tianjin. Service ends. Beijing to Tianjin bullet train: After arrive at Tianjin, take airport shuttle bus to airport by yourself. Airport shuttle bus from Tianjin train station to Tianjin airport:
Hutong Tour by RickshawHutongs are small alleyways where people live together in communities of homes packed into a small area,just like a museum of Beijing's folk customs. Exploring Hutongs by rickshaw can find the residents playing Chinese chess, Mahjong,etc.
Summer PalaceThe Summer Palace deserves your visit to her exquisite buildings, long corridor, and beautiful bridges. Her shoreline pathway makes an excellent run or walk for you. It was a luxurious imperial garden for royal families to rest and entertain in Chinese Qing Dynasty.
TianjinTianjin is located in Northern China along the coast of the Bohai Gulf. It lies at the northern end of the Grand Canal of China, which connects with the Yellow River and Yangtze River.

[ Optional ] House of China: The owner of the house, spent US$65 million on decorating the building with his wares collected over the past two decades. The House of China is sclad with 400 million porcelain pieces, took 5 years to complete, and officially opened on Monday.