Beijing Travel

Attractions within walking distance to Beijing 161 hotels

 
 
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Forbidden City

(Chinese: 故宫; pinyin: Gù gōng) The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. It is located in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum.


 

Yong He Lama Temple

(Chinese 雍和宮, pinyin Yōng hé gōng, Palace of Peace and Harmony), also known as the "Yonghe Lamasery", or -popularly- the "Lama Temple", is a temple and monastery of the Geluk School of Tibetan Buddhism located in the Dongcheng District of Beijing, China.

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Prince Gong Mansion

(Chinese: 恭王府; pinyin: Gōng Wáng Fǔ) is located in the western part of central Beijing, China, north of the Shichahai Lake. known as one of the most ornate and extravagant residence compounds in all of Beijing. It is now a museum.

 

Nan Luo Gu Xiang

(Chinese: 南锣鼓巷; pinyin: nán luó gǔ xiàng) is a famous hutong (traditional alleys) in Beijing, located in the Dongcheng district, a popular tourist destination with many bars, stores and galleries. The Nanluoguxiang Station of Beijing Subway opened in 2012 and is located near the south entrance of the hutong

 
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Hou Hai

(Chinese: 后海; pinyin: hòu hǎi; literally: "Rear Sea") refers to a lake and its surrounding neighborhood in Xicheng District of central Beijing. The area is especially popular for its restaurants, bars, and cafes with foreign tourists visiting Beijing and is also often visited by the expatriate community and the younger generations of locals.