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Beijing is such a large city that you can always find something new and exciting to see. Besides the must-see places like the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, there are much more sites deserving your time to have a free walking tour Beijing. If you have enough time and full of energy, it is a good way to visit this city at a slow pace by walk. You will find more hidden gems that you may never know by taking normal sightseeing tours. Being the local experts, we would like to recommend you the following Beijing walking tours and you are always welcomed to contact us for your best-customized trip.
Best Beijing Walking Tours
- Mini Group Day Tour to Great Wall, Forbidden City, Tiananmen, Bird’s Nest, Hutong $991 to 6 Guests
- One Day Mini Group Great Wall Hiking from Simatai West to Jinshanling $1491 to 6 Guests
- One Day Private Beijing Walking Tour to Temple of Heaven, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Jingshan from $65
- Private Day Trip to Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, Beihai Park from $62
- One Day Beijing Hutong Walking Tour from $58
- Beijing Night Walking Tour with Hutong Food from $56
- 2 Days Private Beijing Walking Tour from $125
- 3 Days Private Beijing Walking Trip with Great Wall from $220
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FAQs on Beijing Walking Tours
Will you pick me up at my hotel or do I have to go somewhere to meet the guide?
It is not very easy for first time travelers taking public transfers on your own. We will arrange for our guide to pick you up at your hotel and take the subway or bus with you. He/she will show you how to buy tickets, read the map and find the correct directions. You will do the travel like a local people. However, we only pick you up from the hotels within the 3th ring road of Beijing. If your hotel is out of the range, you may either take a taxi on your own, or require pick-up service at an extra cost.
Does your guide go inside the attraction sites and explain the things to us?
Yes. For the sightseeing spots included in the itinerary, your guide will go inside and explain things to you. They are all very professional and knowledgeable guides and you will learn much from them on China's history, culture and local life. The itineraries we listed are only samples for your reference, if you have your own ideas about free walking tour Beijing, please just feel free to let us know.
For the metro, bus, taxi, do I pay for the charges or they are included in the package?
We have included metro fees and bus fees for you. While if you'd like to take taxi during the trip, it is your responsibility to pay the taxi fee.
Can I add some places in my tour after I booked it?
Yes, of course. This is a private tour and it is very flexible for you to make adjustments at your own wish. While for the tour price, we quoted it based on the itinerary listed. If you would like to extend the service hours or do some changes of your trip plan, we will requote the price.
Do you recommend this tour if we travel with children?
It depends on the ages of your children. Our free walking tour Beijing normally involves much walking and might be too hectic for elder people or young kids. It is good for youngsters with full energy. While for elder people or young kids, the comfortable private tour with guide, driver and car is more recommended.
What should I prepare for your walking tour?
The most important thing is to wear comfortable shoes. Besides, you may prepare sun glasses, sun cream or raincoat according to the weather. And also please take your passport and some cashes. Last but not least, a pleasant mood with big smile will bring more happiness to the trip.
Do we have a rickshaw ride in your Hutong Walking Tour?
The rickshaw is not included in our Beijing Hutong Walking Tour. Your guide will take you to explore Hutong alley mainly by walk. However, if you would like to experience the rickshaw, you may just pay on the spot and let your guide arrange this for you.