Beijing, Xi'an & Shanghai

11 nights from £2379

Duration:11 Nights
Meals:BB

Overview

Your Guided Group Holiday to Beijing, Xi'an & Shanghai

Travel with us on the trip of a lifetime to China. Combining ancient traditions, fascinating culture and centuries of history, this guided holiday will show you the best of what this incredible country has to offer. On our travels we’ll discover the architecture of imperial dynasties, visit Buddhist temples and experience the cities of Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai. In Beijing, we’ll explore a 14th-century ancient city, stand where General Mao rallied his troops and stroll along the impressive Sacred Way, the burial place of Ming Dynasty emperors. We’ll visit the Great Wall of China and have an opportunity to walk along a section of this incredible Wonder of the World. In Xi'an, marvel at the extraordinary Terracotta Warriors and the Wild Goose Pagoda, before we round off our adventure with a visit to Shanghai, where East meets West in spectacular style.

Please Note: Visas are required for travel on this tour. Please visit our visa information page for more information.

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This tour is operated by TD active Holidays

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Duration:11 Nights
Meals:BB
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