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Combine sightseeing at iconic destinations with an immersive experience of local life on a private 6-hour tour with a knowledgeable guide. See Beijing’s historic treasures, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Forbidden City, and the highlights of Tiananmen Square including the National Museum of China, Monument to the Peoples’ Heroes and mausoleum of Mao Zedong. Then head to a hutong (a traditional neighborhood) for lunch at a family home, followed by a food and walking tour with 20 food samples from local restaurants and shops.

Highlights

  • 6-hour private tour to Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City with hutong food and walking tour, in Beijing
  • Learn about Chinese history at Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City
  • Stop at the National Museum of China, Mao Zedong’s mausoleum and the Monument to the Peoples’ Heroes
  • Tour the Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Enjoy a noodle lunch in a private home in a hutong
  • Take a hutong food tour with more than 20 food tastings

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

Bruce K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Our tour guide was Becky who was friendly, spoke excellent English, and did a great job of tailoring the tour to our interests. We had walked through Tiennamen Square the night before the tour, so she took that off the agenda and we spent more time in the Forbidden City instead.

We had already been in China almost two weeks by the time we took this tour, so there was plenty of Chinese food we didn't need to sample again. Nevertheless, Becky still managed to find some truly out-of-the-way places that had interesting and tasty food that we hadn't encountered before. Even with that, she managed to stay within our limits no scorpions on a stick or grilled grubs.

In addition, there were a few things my wife wanted to buy that we hadn't managed to find yet. Becky was able to identify where we'd find those things, and took us there. My wife was able to get everything she wanted, and I had a bonus of being able to walk around the new China television building which is an architectural wonder and take photos while they were shopping. All-in-all, a very enjoyable way to spend 6 hours.

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