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Tianjin Port Beijing Tour

Tianjin Port Beijing tour can fit guests' need from Xingang pier. It is a combination of cruise pick up, intercity transfer, Beijing City tour, which will be perfect for those who take a cruise via Tianjin Port and want to take the time to visit Beijing. Tianjin Travel Bureau has stated that Tianjin Port would further develop itself as the Home Port by building a yacht harbour. Xingang Port is a famous International cruise port located in Tianjin. It is 170km away from Beijing City. Tianjin Port Beijing tours are so popular because you can visit main attractions and then be transferred back to Xingang Port within two days.
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Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
1 traveler USD500
2 travelers USD300
3-5 travelers USD260
6-9 travelers USD220
10 travelers & above USD160
(For 10 persons up, please email us for new quotations)
Service Inclusions
Entrance fees and lunch as listed All transfers with private vehicle and guide
Accident insurance Hotel fare
Service Exclusions
Air fare and airport tax Personal expenses
Tips for guide and driver

Tour Itinerary

Tour Itinerary: (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
Day 01: Xingang Port / Beijing (L/D)
Today, you will be picked up and drive to Tanggu to take an one hour city tour of the sites in Tanggu: The Bund and The Foreign Market. Then, you will take the super-train to Beijing. Upon arrival, you will visit the Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City. Then, you will be sent to your hotel.
Hotel: Jade Palace Hotel (or similar class)
Day 02: Beijing / Xingang Port (B/L)
Today, you will visit the Great Wall. After lunch, you will take the super-train back to Tanggu and drive back to Xingang Port.
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Attraction Description
Tianjin Port has celebrated its successful transformation on June 26, 2010 to be a leading destination for international cruise ships as well as a home port for luxury international liners. 
The Forbidden City, lying at the center of Beijing, was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. The Forbidden City, also know as the Palace Museum, is the largest and the most magnificent and splendid intact palace complex in the world.
Tiananmen Square, located at the center of Beijing City, is the largest ctiy central plaza in the world and the geographical center of Beijing City, named after the majestic Tiananmen Rostrum (literally, Gate of Heavenly Peace) which lies to its north.