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A China Experience

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This 10 day classic itinerary visits the most famous cities of China, from the fascinating Terracotta Warriors in Xian and the charming town of Wuzhen to China’s capital city Beijing and the futuristic city of Shanghai; it covers the essentials in one memorable tour.

Experience the grandeur of the cosmopolitan city of Shanghai taking in its major attractions and hidden treasures. Discover Wuzhen’s ancient residential homes, workshops and stores still standing on the banks of the canals. Climb the Great Wall in Beijing, stroll the world famous Tiananmen Square, explore courtyards, temples and residences of the treasure filled Forbidden City and learn about life during the Qing Dynasty.

Packages include international airfare based on LA departures, visa fees, three meals per day, all sightseeing & entrance fees, National & Local Escorts and evening entertainment.

485 Seventh Avenue, Suite 504
New York, NY 10018
877.993.6399
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