Skip in lineInstant confirmationStroll through the former home of 24 emperorsAdmire the paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics of the imperial collectionDiscover the fascinating lives of the concubines and eunuchs who once lived hereVisit the Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which was home to 24 emperors throughout the centuries. The palace got its name because it was forbidden to access without a permission from the emperor. Now, it is open for you to come and discover its wonders.You just need to show your passport to enter through the Tiananmen Gate and access a walled complex covering 1,110,000 square meters. The complex holds paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics from the imperial collections. Discover the Forbidden City's yellow buildings, which is the color of the royal family. The roofs are built with yellow glazed tiles, decorations in the palace are painted yellow, and even the bricks on the ground are yellow.