Your adventure starts in Beijing. You will be able to visit all of the capital’s must-see sights, as well as take the path less trodden by exploring the hutongs (or traditional alleyways), many of which have been standing since the Ming Dynasty.
An important stop on the celebrated Silk Road, Pingyao is steeped in history. Your Pingyao quest is to become a calligraphy master, or if you prefer, you can try your hand at traditional Chinese paper cutting.
If you are a food lover with a taste for theater, the Tang Dynasty Show and Dumpling Dinner will likely be the highlight of your Xi’an trip. On the other hand, if you are a history fanatic, the sight of the Terracotta Warriors will be sure to inspire you.
Have you ever wanted to become a Kung Fu master? We all have to start somewhere and where better to learn than the Shaolin Temple in Luoyang? The monastery and the surrounding Pagoda Forest are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, further proof of the area’s cultural significance.
What makes this tour special:
There is much more to this tour than simply taking in sights and being given great photo opportunities. Our North China Cultural Adventure is just that, a highly interactive opportunity that will help you get to know a few incredible cities.