CAMBRIDGE, MA – GotoBus.com is proud to unveil new tour options and significant vacation package discounts to beautiful Beijing, China. With tour packages like the 8 Day Splendid China starting from $999, discovering Beijing and other popular Chinese cities including Shanghai and Suzhou are just a few clicks away for adventurous travelers.
History, culture, mystery, and fun are in high supply in China. The rapid growth and modern development in Beijing particularly is an amazing juxtaposition to its breathtaking natural landscapes and historical architecture. Immaculate gardens dispersed throughout the city display the exquisite precision of the Chinese gardening arts and offer tranquil spaces perfect for relaxation and unique photo opportunities.
With the booming growth of tourism throughout China, many popular attractions are available at a fraction of the previous cost. Guided Beijing tours of famous locales such as Tiananmen Square, the Great Wall of China, Summer Palace, and the Grand Canal are included in many of these vacation packages. Modern comforts abound as post-Olympic Beijing prides itself as being one of the world’s greatest travel destinations. Renowned hotels, restaurants, parks, museums, and landmarks are just some of the excitement waiting to be explored in Beijing alone.
All information provided regarding tours was accurate at the time of publishing. Complete itineraries, ticketing information, and more travel deals can be found online at GotoBus.com.
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