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 Travel In China Itineraries

These are some suggestions for organizing a visit to China. The proposed itineraries are planned for those entering China at Peking, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Considering the great distances that characterize China, a vacation period of approximately two weeks is proposed. From one stop to another, one can travel either by train or by airplane.

The great cities

Peking - Shanghai - Canton - Hong Kong

This itinerary includes the most important cities of China. Each one of these has characteristics that make it unique. For the capital, Peking, a four-to-five day stay is needed, considering the many attractions of the city and the suggestive excursions to the Great Wall, Perfumed Hills, and Ming Tombs. In the center of Shangai, past and present co-exist. To get to know this city, two or three days are adequate, during which time a visit to the Museum and a stroll along the Bund are a must. To see Canton, a few days' visit is needed, during which time one can admire the many beautiful attractions and taste the delicious cooking. From here, Hong Kong, the final stage of this itinerary, is accessible by train or by ferry. One should spend a few days in this international metropolis in order to enjoy all its aspects.

Modernity and tradition

Peking - Hong Kong - Shenzhen - Canton

The proposed itinerary alternates between classic and new tourist destinations. Departure is from the capital, Peking, where one should stay for a minimum of three days. By air one reaches Hong Kong, which in a few days will reveal its international aspect but also its unexpected green spaces. From Hong Kong, an excursion to Shenzhen is possible. One can even arrive via hydrofoil. This town is still evolving. It offers to visitors a park in which many artistic and natural beauties of China are reproduced in miniature. Finding oneself in southern China, a visit to Canton is not to be missed. Travel by boat on the Pearl River (Zhu Jiang) and taste the excellent cuisine of the city. From Canton there are daily flights to the island of Hainan, where a stay will include the towns of Haikou and Sanya, the latter characterized by tropical landscapes.

The ancient capitals

Peking - Nanking - Xi'an - Luoyang

Beginning at the ancient capital of the People's Republic, Peking, a four-to-five day stay is recommended. In this way, besides visiting the city, one can make excursions to the Great Wall at Badaling and to the Ming Tombs. The second stop is Nanking (Nanjing); in a few days one can admire what remains of the Ming Wall, the various monasteries, Mausoleum of Sun Yat-Sen, and Black Dragon Lake (Xuan Wu Hu). From here one arrives at the city of Xi'an, with its pagodas and rich museums. During a two-to-three day stay, an excursion to the Terracotta Army is not to be missed. At Luoyang, the main attraction is the spectacular Longmen Caves, located about 10 km from the city. A few days will be enough to also visit the most important monuments, including the Temple of the White Horse (Baima Si). The final part of the voyage, the return to the capital, can be made by train, on the Xi'an Luoyang-Peking line.

The beauties of China

Hong Kong - Guilin - Kunming - Chengdu - Chongqing

Arriving at Hong Kong, one should stay for a few days, enough to see the multiple aspects of this metropolis. A little over an hour's flight and we are at Guilin, where a two or three day stay is recommended, to admire the beauties of the city and take a boat cruise on the Li Jang River. Still traveling by airplane, one arrives at Kunming. An excursion to the Stone Forest, about 100 km from the city, is indispensable. From Kunming one arrives at the lively city of Chengdu. Still by airplane, one arrives at Leshan, to visit the Great Seated Buddha. Chongqing, on the other hand, is the departure point for visiting the sculptures of Dazu, 160 km from the city. The city of Chongqing is connected by air to Hong Kong and to the capital, Peking.

Spiritual China

Peking - Chengde - Datong - Xi'an - Luoyang

The first stage of this itinerary is Peking, with its extraordinary patrimony. In three or four days one can admire the main attractions of the city and the region. From the capital, one can reach Chengde by train. This is the site of the emperors' summer residence, with 110 buildings and splendid "external temples" built according to the architectural styles of the various ethnic groups. The city of Datong, accessible by train from Peking, contains important monasteries but is known above all for the Yungang Caves and Hanging Monastery on the Hengshan. Xi'an offers important attractions and only 30 km away one can see the unique spectacle of the Terracotta Army. The rail line connects Xi'an to Luoyang, where the Longmen Caves follow the production of Buddhist art begun at Datong. To conclude the voyage, one returns to Peking by train.

China on water

Shanghai - Hangzhou - Suzhou - Wuxi - Qingdao

The itinerary begins at Shangai, the most populated city in the world, where one can stroll along the Bund and admire the Buddhist monasteries and the Museum. Having heard the Chinese saying, "In heaven there is paradise, on earth Hangzhou and Suzhou," one is curious to visit these two beautiful cities. Hangzhou, besides its famous silk, offers the Western Lake and the Pagoda of Six Harmonies. Suzhou, on the other hand, presents a network of canals and splendid gardens. Wuxi, crossed by the Imperial Grand Canal and located near large Tai Lake, is connnected to the other two cities by train. If one still has time and the season allows, the visit can conclude on the Qingdao beaches, connected by air and sea to Shangai.

Anhui
Beijing
Chongqing
Fujian
Gansu
Guangdong
Guangxi
Guizhou
Hainan
Hebei
Heilongjiang
Henan
Hubei
Hunan
Inner Mongolia
Jiangsu
Jiangxi
Jilin
Liaoning
Ningxia
Qinghai
Shaanxi
Shandong
Shanghai
Shanxi
Sichuan
Tianjin
Tibet
Xinjiang
Yunnan
Zhejiang
Anshan
Anyang
Baoding
Baoji
Baotou
Beidaihe
Beihai
Bengbu
Changchun
Changde
Changsha
Changzhi
Changzhou
Chaozhou
Chengde
Chengdu
Chifeng
Dali
Dalian
Dandong
Daqing
Datong
Dongguan
Dongying
Dunhuang
Emeishan
Foshan
Fuzhou
Ganzhou
GuangZhou
Guilin
Guiyang
Haikou
Hangzhou
Harbin
Hefei
Hegang
Hengyang
Hohhot
HongKong
Huaibei
Huainan
Huaiyin
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Huangshi
Huizhou
Hunjiang
Jiamusi
Jiangyin
Jiaozuo
Jiaxing
Jilin
Jinan
Jingdezhen
Jiujiang
Jiuzhaigou
Jixi
Kaifeng
Kaiping
Kashgar
Kunming
Lanzhou
Leshan
Lhasa
Lianyungang
Liaoyuan
Lijiang
Liupanshui
Luoyang
Lushan
Luzhou
Ma'anshan
Macau
Mianyang
Mudanjiang
Nanchang
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Ningbo
Panzhihua
Pingdingshan
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Pingyao
Putuoshan
Qiandaohu
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Qinhuangdao
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Qufu
Sanya
Shantou
Shaoguan
Shaoxing
Shashi
Shenyang
Shenzhen
Shijiazhuang
Shouguang
Shuangyashan
Shunde
Siping
Suzhou
Taian
Taibei
Taicang
Taiyuan
Tieli
Tongchuan
Tonghua
Urumqi
Wanning
Weifang
Weihai
Wenzhou
Wuhai
Wuhan
Wuhu
Wuxi
Wuyishan
Xiamen
Xian
Xiangfan
Xiangtan
Xianyang
Xingtai
Xining
Xinxiang
Xinyang
Xishuangbanna
Xitang
Xuzhou
Yakeshi
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Yangshuo
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Yibin
Yichang
Yichun
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Yiwu
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Zaozhuang
Zhangjiajie
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Zhanjiang
Zhaoqing
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Zhenjiang
Zhongdian
Zhongshan
Zhouzhuang
Zhuhai
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Zigong
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