Royal Complex One-Day-Tour

Royal
  • Best Time:

    April-October
  • Recommended:

    5 hours
  • Admission:

    100 RMB or up

Features

The Forbidden City, as an imperial palace, is 961m long from north to south, 753m wide from east to west. With 10-meter-high walls on all sides and a 52-meter-wide moat around it, the Forbidden City is impregnable.
Jingshan Park, facing Beihai in the west and the Shenwu Gate of the Forbidden City in the south, used to be the imperial garden in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The center of the park is Jingshan Mountain, which was once the high point of the city.

D1
  • The Forbidden City
  • Jingshan Park
Stop 1 The Forbidden City

Editor’s suggestion: Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City are close to each other and can be reached on foot.

Tickets:
60 RMB
Address:
No. 4, Jingshanqian Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Highlights:
The Forbidden City, located in the center of Beijing, is the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was completely built in 1420.
Eat
  • Sijiminfu Roast Duck Restaurant

  • Qingfeng Steamed Stuffed Bun Shop

  • Liubiju Pickle

Traffic
Public transport:
Take bus No. 1, 2, 5, 8, 10, 20, 52, 22, 120, 728, or 802 to Tiananmen West Station or Tiananmen East Station. Or, take the subway to get off at Tiananmen East Station and Tiananmen West Station.
Travel tips

Pay attention to adding clothing appropriately to prevent catching cold.
Pay attention to safety when playing and do not go to unopened areas.
Pay attention to self-protection during the epidemic.
Visit the scenic spots with good manners.

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