Beijing is China’s bustling capital city, and with plenty to see and do, you’ll want to come back, again and again, to make sure you get to see it all. With its bright lights, many attractions, delicious food and more - why wouldn’t you want to visit?
Although parts of Beijing look quite modern, its history can be traced back over 3 millennia. This makes it the perfect destination for those looking to explore the history and culture of this incredible part of the world. It has survived through three dynasties: the Yuan (the Mongols), the Ming (Han Chinese) and the Qing (Manchu).
Take a walk along the world-famous Great Wall of China, explore the mysterious Forbidden City or marvel at the beautiful Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven. There are plenty of inspiring things to see and places to visit - which will you go to first?
You can’t go to Beijing and not delve into the rich cultural scene. With plenty of museums displaying traditional and contemporary pieces, you can travel back in time and explore the artistic influences of such a cultural hotspot.
For lovers of food, you won’t be disappointed. With a huge range of cuisines and traditional dishes to try, your tastebuds will be tingling at all the delicious aromas and tastes that Beijing has to offer. We guarantee you’ll come home with a new favorite - or ten!
Why fly business class?
Beijing is a vast, bustling capital with plenty to explore, so why risk getting off the plane and wasting valuable exploring time by catching up on rest? With flights from the US to Beijing taking over 13 hours on some routes, you have plenty of time to rest and relax, but when traveling in economy, it’s not always the comfiest way to spend your time.
Instead, why not opt to travel in business class? There’s guaranteed comfort with extra legroom and a fully reclinable seat which allows you to catch up on some well-needed rest on the way. You’ll also have a specially-selected menu where you can choose your favorite dish to enjoy during the flight which wouldn’t seem out of place in a fancy restaurant!
Direct flights to Beijing are available from most states, with indirect routes also available to add more flexibility for your travel plans.
As an American citizen, you will need to obtain a tourist visa to enter China and have a passport with at least six months' validity remaining. Apply for a visa which best suits the nature of your visit and apply to the visa office of the Chinese Embassy well in advance of your trip to ensure that it is granted in time.
If you do not have a visa or it expires while you are still in China, you could be faced with detention and/or fines.
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