Beijing 3 days package tour include Juyonguan Great Wall

Beijing 3 days package tour include Beijing City and Juyonguan Great Wall

Tour code: BJ-PK-02Juyongguan
Focus: Beijing 3 days tour, Juyonguan Great Wall package tour, 3 days Beijing tour
Updated: 2019-11-26

Tour Profile

  • Tour type: private package tour
  • Departure: daily
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Escorted: yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: easy
  • Kids or elders: possible
  • Starting place:  hotel in Beijing
  • End place:  hotel in Beijing

Brief Itinerary

Day 1. Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Lunch, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace (Lunch)
Day 2. Ming Tombs, Sacred Way, Lunch, Juyonguan Great Wall. (Lunch)
Day 3. Beijing Zoo, Beijing Hutong, Jingshan Park, Enjoy Chinese tea, Lama Temple, Outside view of Bird Nest and Water Cube. (Lunch)

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1. Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace
Tiananmen Square PhotoBe picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30 am.
Visit Tiananmen Square. The Tiananmen Square is the largest public square in the world. Surrounded by many well-known cultural and political institutions, the square is the final resting place of Chairman Mao Zedong. The square has witnessed the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Enter the Palace Museum from the north end of Tiananmen Square. Known as Forbidden City, the Palace Museum is a treasure house of Chinese cultural and historical relics. The palace was the exclusive domain of the imperial court for almost 500 years, 24 emperors of Ming and Qing Dynasty. As one of the World Cultural Relics, the palace consists of 90 palaces and courtyards, 980 buildings and 8,704 rooms.

Drive to visit Temple of Heaven.  Built in 1420 during Ming Dynasty, Temple of Heaven is the best preserved and largest sacrificial building complex in the world. The emperor came to the temple every winter to pray for ample harvests and good weather. Strictly built on the basis of philosophical requirements, the temple in many ways features the relationship between Heaven and Earth.

Summer PalaceMove on to visit Summer Palace. The Summer Palace was first built in 1750 by Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dynasty. It covers an area of 2.9 square kilometers, including 70,000 square meters of building space. The Summer Palace perfectly combines the natural landscape of hills and open water with humankind works such as pavilions, halls, palaces and bridges. In 1998, UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage List.

Be transferred back to hotel after the tour.

Day 2.Ming Tombs, Sacred Way, Juyonguan Great Wall.
Be picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30 am.

Juyongguan Great WallDrive to visit Chang Ling of Ming Tombs. Chang Ling (the Tomb of Chang) was built by the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty in 1409 AD. Chang Ling is the largest tomb in architectural scale. The hall of Chang Ling is the largest structure of nanmu wood in China.

Move on to visit Sacred Way.
The Sacred Way stretches 7 kilometers from south to north through the center of the tombs area. It was originally built for the first tomb Changling - the tomb of Emperor Yongle, the most powerful emperor in the Ming dynasty. But as the later tombs were built either to the right or to the left, it became the main road to all of them. They formed one group, but each tomb is independent of the other. Each lies at the foot of a hill.

Move on to visit Juyonguan Great Wall
The Great Wall was built and maintained between the 7th century BC and 17th century BC. It was originally built to protect the empire from northern invaders. The Great Wall stretches through the countryside over deserts, hills and plains for 8,851.8 kilometers.
Juyonguan Great Wall was an important strategic pass, along with Shanhaiguan Pass and Juyongguan Pass. Constructed in 1368, the great wall stretches for about 40 kilometers with 14 beacon towers and 143 watch towers. It is the most dangerous and splendid section of the Great Wall.

Be transferred back to your hotel after the whole day tour at around 18:00.

Day 3. Beijing Zoo, Beijing Hutong, Jingshan Park, Enjoy Chinese tea, Lama Temple, Outside view of Bird Nest and Water Cube.
Photo of Beijing HutongBe picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30 am.

Drive to Beijing Zoo to see Great Panda. Beijing Zoo was built in 1955 on the foundation of Wansheng Garden of the Qing Dynasty. It is now the biggest zoo in China with the largest number of animal species. The highlight of Beijing Zoo is the national treasure-giant panda.

Then we will visit Beijing Hutong. Hutongs are lanes or alleys formed by lines of Siheyuan (a compound with houses around a courtyard). Most of them were built during the Yuan (1206-1368), Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1908) dynasties surrounding the Forbidden City. Many famous operas and dramas are based on the themes of hutong life. Man-power rickshaw is arranged for you to feel the Hutong of Beijing.

After lunch, drive to visit Jingshan Park. Jingshan is an artificial hill made from the soil which was excavated for the moats of the Forbidden City. Jingshan consists of five individual peaks, and on the top of each peak there lies an elaborate pavilion. Once as an imperial garden, the Jingshan park was situated right on the north of the Forbidden City.

Photo of Lama TempleTaste Chinese tea, enjoy Chinese tea ceremony and have a rest in a local tea house.
China is the hometown and birthplace of Chinese tea.
Being the national drinks of China, tea has a history of four to five thousand years.
Tea culture is one of the specific representative of Chinese culture.

Then visit Lama Temple. As the biggest lamasery in Beijing, the Lama Temple was built in 1694. The temple contains 5 halls along a central axis plus three Memorial Archways. The Hall of Harmony and Peace is the main building of the temple.

Have an outside view of Bird Nest and Water Cube. As the main stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games, the National Stadium, also called Bird's Nest, is located in the southern part of central area of Beijing Olympic Park. The National Stadium was used to hold the Olympic Games, the opening and closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games, track and field events and the Soccer finals.
National aquatics center is one of the landmark constructures during the 2008 Olympic Games. It was the major swimming pool constructed for the 2008 Olympic Games. National aquatics center and National Stadium are separately located on both sides of the northern end of Beijing city central axis and they together form a complete Beijing's image of a historical and cultural city.

Be transferred back to your hotel after the whole day tour at around 18:00.


(USD/person,        Validity:December-31,2020 ,
Exchange rate: 1 USD = 6.6 RMB,       Editor: Jasper ,          Updated: 2019-11-26)

Cost based on one shopping stop per day

  • 1 people: 458
  • 2 people: 296
  • 3 people: 249
  • 4 people: 225
  • 5 people: 206
  • 6 people: 192
  • 7 people: 190
  • 8 people: 183
  • 9 people: 177
  • 10-15people: 162
  • 16-25people: 145
  • 26-37people: 120
1. Above normal tour cost include one shopping stop (40 minutes) per day. No push on buying. Please book the following no shopping tour if you are not interested in local art crafts shopping.
2. Price is based on picking up from hotel in downtown Beijing.

Cost for no shopping tour
  • 1 people: 640
  • 2 people: 387
  • 3 people: 333
  • 4 people: 288
  • 5 people: 256
  • 6 people: 233
  • 7 people: 229
  • 8 people: 217
  • 9 people: 208
  • 10-15people: 189
  • 16-25people: 158
  • 26-37people: 131

Enquiry or Question


  • Include ↓
  • Air-conditioned private car or van,
  • Admission fee of mentioned attractions,
  • English-speaking tour guide,
  • Meals as mentioned,
  • Fuel, expressway cost and parking cost,
  • Pick-up from and transfer back to your hotel.
  • Exclude
  • Hotel accommodation,
  • Cable car of Great Wall,
  • Gratuities to guides and drivers,
  • Personal expense.