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Beijing

Beijing, the cultural and educational hub of China, is a city with a metropolitan flair. Its main tourist attractions include the Great Wall of China, a mind-boggling structure to human ambition, Tiananmen Square, the largest square in the world, and the Forbidden City, China's former imperial palace. Participants will visit these sites, explore the beautiful Temple of Heaven and meet scholars from various universities in Beijing.

DAY 1:
Morning: Board flight to Beijing.
Afternoon: In-flight.
Evening: In-flight.

DAY 2:
Afternoon: Arrive in Beijing. Upon arrival, head to hotel. Beijing is not only China's capital city but is also home to its greatest collection of historical sites. Beijing is an ideal starting point for anyone looking to get a glimpse of China's history and culture. Eat lunch and then stroll around the hotel, exploring the neighborhood (Only for those, who will arrive in Beijing in the afternoon).

Evening: Have a meal of traditional Beijing cuisine and return to the hotel.

DAY 3:
Morning: Eat breakfast and then visit Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world and a site of several important events in Chinese history. Tiananmen is also surrounded by some of the most important buildings in China including the Forbidden City, The Great Hall of the People (the seat of China's government) and Mao Zedong's Mausoleum. Afterwards explore the Forbidden City. The Forbidden City is a complex in central Beijing that was the home of Chinese emperors from 1420 until 1912. In addition to being the home of the emperor, the complex was also home to the vast imperial entourage and served as the political and ceremonial capital of China. Today, the Forbidden City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is easily one of the most fascinating sites for a visitor to explore.

Afternoon: Eat lunch and if time permits, visit the Temple of Heaven, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered to be one of the most important Daoist sites in the world. Afterwards drive to 798 Art Zone, an area famed for its modern art.

Evening: Have dinner near 798 Art Zone.

DAY 4:
Morning: Eat breakfast and then head to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, located in Huairou County 70 km northeast of Beijing. Mutianu is an original Ming Dynasty section of the great wall that snakes across a breathtaking mountainous landscape.

Afternoon: Eat lunch at the Great Wall and then continue exploring for a few hours before beginning journey back to Beijing.
Evening: Have a feast of Peking Duck and then return to hotel. Peking Duck is one of Beijing cuisine's signature dishes and is easily one of the most renowned dishes in Chinese cuisine.


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