Beijing Flights GuideA visit to Beijing isn't complete without visiting the famous Great Wall of China and the Imperial Palace in the Forbidden City. Keep the cultural experience going by visiting Tiananmen Square and Ming Tombs. View contemporary art at the famous 798 Art District and reminiscence on the 2008 games at the Olympic Park. Feel spiritual at temples like Lama Temple and the Temple of Heaven before satisfying your hunger with street food at Wangfujing.
Hop on a train and head 5 hours northeast of Beijing to Chengde. The city of Tianjin is accessible in under 3 hours by high-speed of bullet train from Beijing, or travel 800 miles in 5 hours by bullet train to the city of Shanghai.
Beijing's continental monsoon climate brings you four distinct seasons. The summer months from June to August bring brings hot and humid temperatures with a lot of rainfall. The average summer temperature is 26 degrees celsius while the winter months colder and drier with temperatures averaging at -4 degrees celsius.Beijing's historic and sacred sights bring a lot of domestic and international tourists to the city year round. Stay clear of holidays and summer seasons to avoid higher travel costs and sweltering weather. Visiting during shoulder seasons in the fall and spring will bring milder temperatures and fewer crowds.
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