This tour is designed for
those who like Chinese culture. Walking around the streets of the Liulichang,
you’re immersed in Chinese paintings, books, seals and even musical instruments
and local people. You will feel like you are experiencing the true daily
life of the city.
The Capital Museum, Qian Men Dashilan & Liulichang Antiques Street.
- Price: 1 Person:$180 2-5 Persons:$80 6-9 Persons:$45
- Destination: Beijing
- Duration: 1 Days
- Tour Type: Private Tour
The Capital Museum has an area of 24,800 square meters with five floors above ground and two floors underground; its floor area has now reached 63,390 square meters. Collecting, exhibiting cultural relics, and undertaking related research are the three main tasks of the Capital Museum. It has fully adopted internationally advanced technology in its construction and ranks among the best in China. With its imposing building, abundant exhibitions, high technology and advanced services, it has placed itself in the world a leading position. Cultural relics unearthed in Beijingare its main items on display, which bear forceful Beijing features.
Qian Men Dashilan
The portal of outer city, starting from Yong Ding Men was built in the 43rd years of the Ming Dynasty (1564). In old Beijing Qianmen was the hub of commerce, entertainment and vice. Qianmen is named for the gate separating the inner "Manchu" city in 1648. Some of Chinas oldest businesses are located here, including Tongrentang, a traditional Chinese pharmacy opened in 1669, and Ruifuxiang Silk Store.
LiulichangAntiques Street(Liulichang Wen Hua Jie)
Liulichang is a famous district in downtown Beijing that is known for a series of traditional Chinese stone dwellings housing that sells various craftwork, artistry and antiques. An antique market that resembles a Chinese village has many shops that are filled with a variety of Chinese folk arts such painting, calligraphy, pottery, carpets, vases, book, scrolls and chops.
- 1.Private air-conditioned transportation
- 2.Excellent English-speaking local guides
- 3.Initial entrance fees to the above scenic spots
- 4.Service charge & government taxes
- 5.Tour Insurance
- 1.International airfare or train tickets to enter or leave China
- 2.China entry visa fees
- 3.Excess baggage charges
- 4.Personal expenses
- 5.Meals specified in the itinerary
CW offer Mobile Concierge service package, in order to help you enjoy your trip with no barrier on language,geography...You can query us any question and ask for any advice,all the way through the journey from registration to the end.