For every foreign visitor who wants to china travel, the best option is the Multi-City Tour, so that you can have a more general impression ofChina Tours. However, how to find your best trip routes? Here, I will give you some suggestions about it.

Wonderful! You can choose your travel routes according to different themes, such as Sightseeing Tours, and several options are showed to you: Beijing—Xi’an—Shanghai.

Along this route, you can enjoy both the most renowned Chinese gardens and historical sights with interest and passion. From Terracotta Warriors for the first Chinese emperor to the imperial Forbidden City to the last emperor, from the most developed city of Shanghai with skyscrapers and bars to the tranquil countryside. This is the one just for you.

The highlights of this package tour are followed: the ancient China civilization and modern progress Review glories at Olympic Park, the ancient life size Terra-Cotta Warrior Corps Feel modern development in Shanghai… And more details are followed:

Great Wall

As a symbol of ancient Chinese civilization, The Great Wall of China has stood for more than 2,000 years. The Great Wall of China was built in stages from the 5th century BC up to the 16th century AD as protection against northern nomadic tribes. Stretching from the coast of the Bohai Bay in the east and ending at the Jiayu Pass in the west, it snakes along the back of mountains, deserts and valleys for 6,350km (3900 miles). It is said to be 1 of the only 2 human engineering projects visible by astronauts from space with the naked eye. Built of huge granite slabs and special sized bricks, the Great Wall at Badaling 75km (47 miles) north of Beijing is most typical part of the Wall during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). There the wall is wide enough for 5 horsemen to ride abreast or 10 men to walk side by side. And there is a famous saying in China, which is: you are not a hero until you get up to the Great Wall on your own effort. So nowadays, the Great Wall is one of the first attractions that foreign tourists will visit.

Terracotta Army

The vaults or pits containing Qin Shihuang’s Terracotta Army are located about 40 km east of Xian. This army of more than 6,000 life size terracotta warriors, with horses and chariots lined up facing east and ready for battle, is one of the world’s most remarkable archaeological findings. The terracotta warriors were made for Qin Shihuang, a great emperor in ancient China and also known as The First Emperor and with his mausoleum laying only 1.5km away it is assumed the army was made to accompany him on his journeys after death. This attraction will give you another view of the prospect of ancient China.

The Bund

The Bund is the classic image of Shanghai and the city’s main attraction. Sweeping along the western side of the Huangpu River, the majestic buildings date back to Shanghai’s grandest days. Many banks and financial companies built impressive offices here in the early 20th century when Shanghai was the financial capital of Asia. The city side of The Bund is packed with classic architecture. Buildings to look out for include the old Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, the Customs House and its landmark clock, the Bank of China and the Peace Hotel. By the way, you can enjoy the World Exposition which is held in Shanghai now.

OK, here is just one of suggestions for you, and if you want to learn more information, you can go to the website on chinatraveldepot.com, or if you just want to Travel to Beijing, you can find whatever you want here. Good luck.

 

Jack Li

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