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Summer Palace
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A place where emperors relaxed and cooled down, the Summer Palace is a former imperial garden dating back to the Qing Dynasty. UNESCO listed the park as a World Heritage site as a "masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design".

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Historic Beijing II: Full Day Private Sightseeing Tour with Panda Garden Visit

2019/07/03 Solo Travelers CMac

Great tour day with pearl factory, silk factory and tea house included but not mentioned. Panda House was a waste of time. Lama temple and Summer Palace were great.

Tour Guide was exceptional but everything else was a waste of money.

2018/04/24 Solo Travelers Joana

The tour guide was excellent. Very knowledgeable and I would have gladly spent the day listening to the History behind the Summer Palace.

However for a full day tour, I have to say, 70% of the time was spent in traffi... more

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2013/10/05 Jaroslav

Perfect and funny guide tried to teach us even traffic lights :) everything was perfect except of junk-meal lunch in dirty and mouldy restaurant!

2013/06/29 Gemma

Our guide, Cherry, was very energetic and ferried us about from place to place very efficiently :) She definitely knew all the best places to take a picture, and was also brilliant with taking pictures for us so we coul... more

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2013/06/20 Lynne

Professional, informative, excellent guide. A very full, busy and memorable day. Breathtaking!

2013/02/25 Ann Amanda

This was my second tour I booked on city discovery. My tour guide, Cherry, was nice and knew a lot. The only negative point was that I had lunch at the same restaurant as the day before.

Summer Palace (Popular Attractions in Beijing), Beijing tours & activities, fun things to do in Beijing | VELTRA
A place where emperors relaxed and cooled down, the Summer Palace is a former imperial garden dating back to the Qing Dynasty. UNESCO listed the park as a World Heritage site as a "masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design".