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Hailed as one of the largest global cities of the modern era, Beijing is being served with cheap airline tickets from every major destination. Flights to Beijing are being operated from every major airport of the UK, may it be New Castle, Birmingham, London or Manchester. Economy Class and Business Class bookings are made available with numerous airlines including Virgin Atlantic, Cathay Pacific, Swiss Air, Finnair and Austrian Airlines. Beijing has recently been the host of the Olympics for China, and has dedicated zones and districts for financial, metropolitan and commercial purposes. Its history spans across dynasties of pre-Chinese rule, and preserves landmarks alongside museums to preserve its significance. Temples, pagodas, gardens and avenues are main features of attraction alongside the cityscape of buildings designed with exotic contemporary architecture.

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Departure : London Gatwick (LGW)
Flying with : Turkish Airlines
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Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : LOT - Polish Airlines
Travel Between : 01 November, 2015 - 10 December, 2015
Departure : Manchester (MAN)
Flying with : KLM
Travel Between : 03 November, 2015 - 14 December, 2015
Departure : Birmingham (BHX)
Flying with : Air France
Travel Between : 03 November, 2015 - 14 December, 2015
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : China Southern Airline
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Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : Air China
Travel Between : 07 November, 2015 - 08 December, 2015
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Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : Scandinavian Airlines
Travel Between : 14 December, 2015 - 31 December, 2015

Want to know more about Beijing before your trip? Our travel guide to Beijing gives you all the information you need to know!

Why travel to Beijing?

The People's Republic would have a capital brought forward by the optimal what the people can offer, and Beijing never fails in satisfying expectations. Having seen centuries of evolution under the rule of one dynasty after another, imperialism has left its traces in Beijing's culture. Through the settlements of districts and neighbourhoods rise skyscrapers and towers as a hallmark of urban commerce. The established centre for the republic's heritage and importance, the Tiananmen Square brings together the Chinese Revolution Museum, the Qianmen Gate, the Museum of Chinese history and the Forbidden City.  The Forbidden City is preserved in its archaic state to materialize history for the modern explorer. The City Walls of the Ming Dynasty, the Old Summer Palace and the Dongcheng Drum & Bell Towers are additional important landmarks from past regimes of dynasties. China’s religious rituals are considered a way of life for the local community, a fact which can be explored at the Temple of Heaven, the Yonghegong Temple and the Tanzhe Temple, each of them located at significantly important locations for serving the locality. The magnificent temple of Heaven is painted in ornate combination of vibrant colours to stand out against the background of clear blue sky on any good day. Dakue Temple, the temple of Azur Clouds, Jietai Temple, Big Bell Temple, Tanzhe Temple and White Clouds Temple are other famed temples for their sculptural and visual art displays as well as functions for the society. Museums like the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall, Beijing Ancient Observatory, National Museum of China and the Capital Museum complete an educational tour of getting to know history at the national level. The iconic Great Wall of China is open for a trek on the paved stone walkways, with multiple sections housing main landmarks like the Jiankou Hills, the Simatai Pass, the Joyong mountain Pass, and the great Zhengyangmen inner city Gate. Beihai Park, Jingshan Park, Cherry Valley Botanical Garden, Chaoyang Park and Beijing Botanical Garden are all prominent locations among many others featuring in Beijing's green areas. Beijing’s surrounding topography includes multiple lakes located nearby, like the Kunming Lake, Beihei Lake, Shichahai lakes, with some of them having their own natural park terrains. The Yongdin River is one of the main tributaries flowing along Beijing. The city is also rich in terms of art heritage; Chaoyang and Dashanzi have made quite a name in the category of exhibiting emerging talents in local contemporary arts. Beijing also hosts the silver ovoid shaped National Centre for Performing Arts.


What are the air operators providing flights to Beijing from UK?

Beijing is being served from all the major airports of the UK. Some of the leading airlines in this regard are Transaero Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic.


Are there any direct flights from London to Beijing?

Yes, 2 airlines are offering direct flights; British Airways and Air China.


What is the Average flight time from London to Beijing?

Direct flights heading to Beijing from London take an approximate flight time of 10 to 11 hours, while connecting flights heading to Beijing from London take an approximate time of 12.5 hours to even 14 hours of flight time, excluding the time spent on the stopovers.


What is the distance from the airport to the city centre?

The main airport serving the city of Beijing is the Beijing Capital International Airport, located approximately 27 km north of Beijing's city centre.


How to get to the city centre from the airport?

Beijing Capital International Airport offers a number of transport options. The Airport Express Line of the Subway offers direct routes to the passengers to two terminals in the downtown area at Dongzhimen and Sanyuanqiao, taking an approximate time of 20 minutes. The airport also offers nine shuttle bus service routes and five intercity bus lines for convenient transport for passengers heading from the airport to Tianjin City and Qinhuangdao City. Buses for each route leave after every 10-30 minutes.

There is also the option of using 24 hour service taxis available for passengers at Beijing Capital International Airport, which take an approximate time of 30 minutes to an hour to reach the city, depending upon the traffic.


How to get around Beijing?

One of the most convenient ways of getting around Beijing is via the subway. This is one of the popular modes commute. Most of the major tourist sites in Beijing will have the local rickshaws, popular amongst the locals for point to point travel. These are both cycle ones and motorized. The buses are the cheapest mode of travel, which are now also accustomed to cater to the tourists with announcements in English. Taxis are plentiful in Beijing and can easily be located at the numerous taxi stands. The taxis are metered so the fares are fixed.


What are the Hotel and Accommodation options in Beijing?

Beijing houses a range of hotels, guesthouses and other accommodation options for all kinds of travellers. The city boasts a range of some of the leading chain of international high-end hotels all specializing in maintaining the quality and standard of the services being offered. All these hotels offer comfortable living, indulgent and high-end spa services, gym facilities, outdoor and indoor pools, and restaurants and bars. The boutique hotels are also built according to the prevalent oriental styled architecture prevalent in Beijing. Most of these hotels are also carefully built in convenient locations closer to some of Beijing's major attractions and market places.  The Financial Street and the Central Business District cater for the business traveller segment, providing the very best of luxury hotels among skyscrapers and towers. Dongdan, Wangfujing and Huhai are traditional old areas best for surrounding shopping streets as well as old buildings. Qianmen ranks with the top options for tourists reaching out to main attractions. Beijing has also seen an increase in the number of courtyard hotels to experience the real spirit of this beautiful city. These age-old courtyards are furnished with traditional Chinese furniture and offer an ambiance that perfectly depicts the country's culture and traditions. Towards the countryside, there are multiple club resorts established in ample space to cater for amenities and private, exclusive accommodations. The lowest tier of the budget category is mostly inaccessible for foreign tourists, as the culture restricts them for use for the locals only arriving in the capital.

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