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Beijing Airport Transfer

1. Learn:

Beijing, also known as Peking, is the capital city of the People’s Republic of China. It is located in the northern part of China and comprises 16 districts (Dongcheng, Tongzhou, Xicheng, Shunyi, Chaoyang, Huairou, Haidian, Miyun, Fengtai, Pinggu, Shijingshan, Daxing, Fangshan, Changping, Mentougou, Yanqing). The average temperature reaches 29℃ in the summer and drops to around -5℃ during the winter season. One of the official languages in Beijing is Chinese. The currency is represented by CNY, an abbreviation for "Chinese Yuan". In 2012 the population has reached a highlight of almost 20.000.000 inhabitants.

With a historical background of more than 3000 years, Beijing has been connected with the following important cultural symbols: Genghis Khan, the Ming dynasty and Mao Zedong. On a worldwide level Beijing is known for its economy (having some of the largest companies in the world), culture (e.g.: Beijing Opera), cuisine (e.g.: Peking Roast Duck), architecture (imperial China style, "Sino-Sov" style, modern architectural forms), sport and more.

2. Visit:

Beijing is a stunning city, perfect for any interest and number of travellers. As it is very hard to create the classical top 10 of things to visit in the capital of China, can solely offer some warm recommendations that you can use as guidelines:

Forbidden City – is a complex palace dating from the 1400’s, containing over 9.000 rooms. It is open to visitors every day of the week, from 8.30 am to 17.00 pm. The entrance is not for free, so make sure to be there earlier than 15.00 pm in order to purchase a ticket. Take a comfy pair of shoes and be prepared to be amazed.
Temple of Heaven – is a must especially if you are interested in visiting one of the holy places in Beijing that exists for more than five centuries. In addition to its beautiful architecture and interior design, it is a great place to do or watch kung fu, play cards or simply enjoy the music. For these activities make sure to be there early, starting with 6.00 am. The venue closes at 21.00 pm meaning that you have all the time in the world to visit it thoroughly.
Summer Palace – Passionate about imperial style buildings? Beijing is the perfect place. Visit the Summer Palace and let yourself conquered by the magnificent Chinese garden, Kunming Lake, rich landscape and general architecture. Take your loved ones for a romantic walk and enjoy this imperial retreat. It is open to visitors from 6.30 am to 20.30 pm offering you plenty of time to see its most important aspects, especially if you are on a tight schedule.
Great Wall – is maybe one of the most known symbols on a worldwide level. It can be found as a strong touristic objective on any popular travel blog and forum. The Wall is made up of eight different sections, adding to a total of 600 kilometers. If you want to climb the Great Wall, make sure to bring water, comfy shoes and a good camera as the landscapes are breath taking.
Beijing Opera – represents a great opportunity for you to get a little familiar with the Chinese culture. The shows include dance moves, songs, acrobatic choreographies and the typical characters, each representing a certain role. Usually, the characters have distinctive traits that separate them into specific personalities such as ugly, good and so on. It would be a shame to visit Beijing without seeing at least one play.

3. Travel:

In Beijing you have access to a number of important public and private means of transfer that can take you to any desired location in China or abroad. Choose among commuting by rail (e.g.: Beijing Railway Station), car (e.g.: China National Highways) or airplane (e.g.: Beijing Capital International Airport). You will definitely find something suitable for your budget, need and comfort level.

If you want to truly enjoy a Beijing Airport Transfer for any leisure or business holiday, book with Here are top 5 reasons:

• Professional transfers booked in advance;
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• Qualified English speaking drivers;
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