Beijing Badaling Great Wall,Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square One Day Tour

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Beijing Badaling Great Wall,Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square One Day Tour

The highlight of Beijing is to visit Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Great Wall. This tour is operated daily to cover the highlight of Beijing if you have limited time in Beijing.

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