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12 Day Escorted Legendary China Tour & Yangtze River Cruise

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Your journey begins with a 3-night stay in Beijing, where you’ll visit Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven. The following day, it’s off to the Great Wall of China where you’ll experience one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Continue to the fabled city of Xi’an to see the world famous Terracotta Army, considered by many to be the 8th Wonder of the Ancient World. Next, you’ll fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on the brand new President 8 river cruise ship for a 3-night cruise along the Yangtze River. Relax in your deluxe cabin with a private balcony and enjoy an included shore excursion to the Three Gorges Dam. Then travel to Shanghai for a full day of sightseeing, visits to the French Concession, Old Shanghai and the Jade Buddha Temple. Our exclusive China itinerary includes 8-nights hotel accommodations, a 3-night river cruise, 3 intra-China flights, daily breakfast, 7 lunches, 6 dinners, and tour guide throughout.

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