The Best of Beijing Walking Tour
With a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. Beijing is known for modern architecture as its ancient sites as the grand Forbidden City complex, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and the history of Beijing from your charismatic guide. Do you know that Beijing has the ten best sections of the Great Wall of China? You will be surprised after knowing the hidden stories of the streets, buildings, and corners of Beijing. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. It is perfect for people visiting the city for the first time and who want to get the most out of it.
- Professional local tour guide
- Underground City Admission fee
- China Numismatic Museum Admission fee
- National Center for the Performing Arts Admission fee
Route & Duration
The Underground City (Chinese: pinyin: Dxià Chéng) is a Cold War-era bomb bunker built beneath Beijing, China. Because it had intended for military protection, it was also known as the Underground Great Wall. As Sino-Soviet ties deteriorated, the complex had built between 1969 and 1979 in preparation for a nuclear war with the Soviet Union, and it had officially inaugurated in 2000.
Qianmen (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: pinyin: Qiánmén; Wade-Giles: Ch'ien-men; lit. 'Front Gate') is the colloquial name for Zhengyangmen (traditional Chinese: pinyin: Zhèngyángmén; Wade-Giles: Cheng-yang-men; Manchu: Möllendorff meaning " The gate is located to the south of Tiananmen Square and previously guarded the southern entrance to the Inner City. Although most of Beijing's city walls have been dismantled, Zhengyangmen remains a significant geographical landmark in the city. Zhengyangmen's main gate is located on the city's primary north-south axis. Lizhengmen (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese, pinyin: Lzhèngmén) means "beautiful gateway."
China Numismatic Museum
The People's Bank of China oversees the China Numismatic Museum. It established in 1992, ten years after the China Numismatic Society's establichment.  It is located at No. 17 Xijiaomin Xiang, Xicheng District, Beijing, close to Tian'anmen Square. The museum is in two former Commercial Guarantee Bank of China and Central Bank of China Peking Branch buildings. Its mission is to acquire, exhibit, and investigate ancient, modern, and contemporary currency and banking-related artifacts. It houses almost 300,000 numismatic items. It belongs to the International Numismatic Council and the International Committee for Money and Banking Museums (ICOMON).
National Center for the Performing Arts
The National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) (simplified Chinese; traditional Chinese; pinyin: Guóji dà jùyuàn; literally: National Grand Theatre), sometimes known informally as The Giant Egg (), is an arts center in Beijing, People's Republic of China. The NCPA, designed by French architect Paul Andreu, debuted in 2007 and is Asia's largest theatre complex.
Zhongnanhai (Chinese: ) is a former royal park in Beijing's Imperial City, close to the Forbidden City, that now serves as the central headquarters of China's Communist Party (CCP) and State Council (Central government). Zhongnanhai is home to the CCP General Secretary's (paramount leader's) office and the Chinese Premier's office. Zhongnanhai is synonymous with the central government and prominent CCP leaders.
By the main entrance of Beihai Park (No.1 Wenjin Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 100034 China)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.