Into Beijing's Blood Veins One-day tour

  • Best Time:

    All Year Round
  • Recommended:

    1 Day
  • Admission:


Beijing is an old city with a long history, and hutongs of different sizes distributed in this city are the best witnesses of its ups and downs. To know the city's history, starting from visiting hutongs is one of the best way. The route selects several the most representative hutongs that contain both marks of history and its own characteristics.

  • Nanluoguxiang
  • Dongmianhua Hutong
  • Mao'er Hutong
  • Wudaoying Hutong
Stop 1 Nanluoguxiang

Nanluoguxiang is a little street over 1 kilometer long is offers with cafes, bars, restaurants, and shops selling traditional crafts and souvenirs.

Stop 2 Dongmianhua Hutong

During the Ming Dynasty, Dongmianhua Hutong used to be called Mianhua Hutong and belonged to the Zhaohui Jingong administrative area.

Stop 3 Mao'er Hutong

Before known as the Mao'er Hutongin Qing Dynasty, it was the place where Zitong Temple and Wenchang Palace were located during the Ming Dynasty.

Stop 4 Wudaoying Hutong

Wudaoying Hutong, which is 632 meters long and 6 meters wide, has 69 courtyards, making itself the first choice for visitors to have a rest and seek serenity after visiting the Yonghegong Lama Temple.

  • Jubaoyuan (Houhai Branch)

  • Huguosi Sancks (Di'anmen Branch)

Public transport:
Nanluoguxiang & Dongmianhua Hutong : Take metro line 6/8 and get off at Nanluoguxiang Station (Exit E)
Mao'er Hutong : Take metro line 8 and get off at Shichahai Station ( Exit C)
Wudaoying Hutong : Take metro line 2 and get off at Andingmen Station (Exit B)
Travel tips

Pay attention to self-protection during the epidemic.
Visit the scenic spots with good manners.

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