With this 3- days Itinerary in Beijing, you will be visiting some of the most beautiful places in China! Beijing has is full of beautiful sites, wonderful locations, site, and you will get to see here various UNESCO sites all around the place. Beijing has glorious cultural and historical facts to discover. This tailor-made itinerary will take you through some of the best things to see in China. Just read to make the most of your 3-days trip to Beijing!!
Day 1: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City-The Palace Museum, Jingshan Park
Day 2: Mutianyu Great Wall, Olympic Park, Pearl Market (Xiu Shui) and Silk Street
Day 3: Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), Bell and Drum Towers, Back Lakes (Hou Hai)
Explore the Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City-The Palace Museum, and Jingshan Park on your first day in China.
Beijing will take you through the Mutianyu Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the world.
Discover the beauty of the places in Beijing like Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), Bell and Drum Towers, Back Lakes (Hou Hai).
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Tiananmen Square: This is a historical place related to the Tiananmen Square Massacre. This is one of the most beautiful places in China, and people from around the world come here to visit this site. When the Sun rises every day, there is a flag-raising ceremony organized that is the attraction of this site.
Forbidden City-The Palace Museum: The Forbidden Palace, is actually the residence of the emperor of China. And, this has been the center of the Government for over 500 years. It has also been listed among one of the UNESCO world heritage sites and is believed to be one of the best things you can see in China.
Jingshan Park: Jingshan Park used to be the personal garden of the emperor of China! And, this is one of the most beautiful places in China. It’s particularly a great escape for those who want to spend some time from the hustle and bustle of the fast life. And, the fact that the last emperor `of the Ming dynasty., hung himself in this garden. '
Mutianyu Great Wall: This has been listed among one of the seven wonders of the world. Once you are here, you will feel that the time devoted to exploring this immaculately built wall is worth it. You will just need to walk through it for a few minutes, and you will appreciate the creativity of those who invested in building it. At Mutianyu, the Schoolhouse is a cafe which allows you to relax and unwinds a little.
Olympic Park: The Summer Olympics of 2008 happened in China, and it was a proud moment for the people of the place. A huge some of the money was invested at that time to bring out the world-class facilities. Some of these include the Water Cube and the Bird's Nest Stadium. It’s worth investing your time in watching out for these buildings at night; they look stunning.
Pearl Market (Xiu Shui)and Silk Street: One of the most beautiful places in China is the Xiu Shui. While there is a plenty of markets, but this is the most appealing of all. It’s one of the best things you can see in China if you have come to visit this place.
Summer Palace (Yiheyuan): Summer Palace has also been included in the UNESCO world heritage site. The palace has been built around an area spanning 700 acres. You will get to see here, the rich history, the beautiful panorama, and much more. This is one of the largest gardens in entire China. If you are in Beijing, you can’t miss seeing this place.
Bell and Drum Towers: Bell and Drum Towers have officially served as the timekeepers of China in earlier days. If you are looking out for what to visit in China, then this place is something you must include in your bucket list. It’s a great experience to explore this place by bicycle or on foot. You will definitely lose your heart into it! And, there are a number of cafes and restaurants all through that attract every tourist who comes here.
Back Lakes (Hou Hai): There are plenty of cafes, bars, and other resting spots on this circumference of these lakes. The lakes once used to be the Emperor’s garden. And, there are also a few of the famous hutongs, and it’s great to explore this place by bike or on foot.
Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan): Beihai Park is one of another imperial-garden-turned-public-park and is also one of the best gardens to explore in China. And, there’s White Dagoba Temple and ade Flower Island. Apart from that, there are a number of pavilions and pagodas.