You will visit two Imperial capitals: Xian and Luoyang, Buddhism city Datong and ancient city Pingyao.
Today, our English-speaking tour guide & driver will pick you up at your hotel in Beijing, and then drive to Beijing railway station and take the train to Datong. After breakfast in your hotel, you will head to visit Yungang Grottoes, which located at 16km west of Datong and are the masterpieces of Chinese Buddhist cave art.
The pagoda is admired as one of the “Three Wonders of Pagoda in the world” together with “Eiffel Tower” in France and leaning “Tower of Pisa” in Italy.
Today, first pay a visit to Qiao Family Courtyard which is famous due to the film “Raise the Red Lanterns” nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.
Over 16,000 km (9,940 mi) long, China boasts the largest high-speed train network in the world.
With speeds of up to 300 km/h (186 mph), train travel in China is a fast, convenient, cheap and comfortable option. High-speed D train tickets and G train tickets can be booked a minimum of 35 minutes before departure and a maximum of 60 days before departure.
Being regarded as one of three famed Buddhist sculptural sites of China, it extends 1km from west to east, covering totally 53 caves and over 51,000 statues of various sizes and shapes.
Then visit Huayan Temple on the western side of Datong city, the largest and most well-preserved temple of the Liao and Jin dynasties in China.There are 7 regular trains between Xi'an and Pingyao daily. The distance between these two cities is about 500 kilometers.D train (or bullet train) is all modern high-speed trains, and is one of the fastest categories currently.This wall is one of the three walls of its type in China, and the other two are in Beihai Park and Forbidden City.Today, you will visit Hanging Temple, which is hanged on the west 70-meter cliff of a hill, so getting its name.If you’re looking for cheap travel in China, China’s high-speed rail is the way to go.