Beijing has many popular historic sites than you imagined, why sit on the cold chair waiting for the flight? You can absolutely have a wonderful Beijing layover tour during flight stopover.
Don't miss the highlights of Beijing for your stopover from the airport. The popular sites among foreigner travelers are Great Wall and Forbidden City.
If you have less than 7 hours layover, you can visit either the Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City or Great Wall, Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven, or Forbidden City and Summer Palace, Summer Palace and Olympic Park.
If you have 8 hours-12 hours Beijing layover in the daytime, you can visit both the Great Wall and Forbidden City. Other suggestions are Great Wall and Ming Tombs, Great Wall and Summer Palace.
If you have more than 24 hours layover at Beijing airport, you have more choices for your Beijing layover. Your private tour guide can tailor-make tour itineraries according to your interests and your Beijing layover tour length.
The driving distance to popular attractions in Beijing downtown area from Beijing Capital International Airport.
1. Tiananmen Square & Forbidden City--1.5 hours
2. Temple of Heaven--1.5 hours
3. Summer Palace--1.5 hours
4. Lama Temple & Hutong & Houhai--1.5 hour
5. Beijing Zoo--1.5 hours
6. 798 Art Zone--1 hour
7. Olympic Park--1.5 hours
For the Great Wall of China and other sites far away from the downtown area
1. Mutianyu Great Wall--1.5 hours
2. Ming Tombs--1.5 hours
3. Badaling Great Wall--2.5 hours
4. Huanghuacheng Great Wall--1.5 to 2 hours
5. Jiankou Great Wall--1.5 to 2 hours
6. Juyongguan Great Wall--1.5 to 2 hours
7. Simatai Great Wall & Jinshanling Great Wall & Gubei Water Town--2.5 to 3 hours
8. Huangyaguan Great Wall--2.5 to 3 hours
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