Minibus Tours

Home  ›  Minibus Tours  › 

Great Wall at Juyongguan, Tian’an Men Square & the Forbidden City

Minibus Tours

Tour Costs include vehicle, English speaking guide, entry fees, lunch, all parking fees & toll roads.

Time & Venues we collect our guests from:

7.30 a.m. At China World Hotel localities;

8.00 a.m. At Grand Hyatt Hotel Beijing;

Pickups could be at most venues in downtown.

For a possibility please contact by calling at 13671070262 (same as weChat id) or sending email to

Payments & Refunds:

A full payment or a deposit on PayPal is needed, and the remaining balance can be paid in cash at time of service. Cancellation must be notified 12 hours prior to the actual pick up time. Your lateness or absence is not refundable.

Tour Cord
One Day Bus Tour
Total Cost (USD)
Please click price below for booking.

Great Wall at Juyongguan, Tian’an Men Square & the Forbidden City

vehicle, English speaking guide, entry fees & lunch
8 hours Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat & Sun per person

Tian’an Men Square, the Forbidden City 1.5 hours. The Great Wall 1.5 hours. Jade Factory & Lunch 1.5hours. Tea Break 0.5 hour.

Great Wall at Juyongguan

Juyongguan, literally "Juyong Pass", is situated in a valley named "Guangou" as long 20 kilometes, which is within Changping District over 50 kilometers north from downtown Beijing. It is one of the three most famous passes of Great Wall in China. The other two passes are Shanhai Pass and Jiayuguan Pass. The Great Wall around the Pass extends over 4 km snaking the ridge of the mountains forming the valley. The natural landscape surrounding the Pass is extremely beautiful.

Juyongguan used to be an ancient military town full of military installations, watch towers, official residences, temples, and other structures. Juyongguan Pass was first built in the Ming Dynasty and received much repair later. It was a very important strategic area linking the inner land and the area close to the northern border of China. The Juyongguan Pass has been well known for its strategic importance for over 2,000 years.

Tian’an Men Square

The symbol of China , Tian An Men Square located right in the center of Beijing is the largest city centre square in the world. It is 880 meters long north-south and 500 meters wide east-west, with a total area of 440,000 square meters. It is big for one million people to gather there.

The square used to be an officials ' residential compound south of the Forbidden City in the old days. At the north end of the square is the Tian'an Men Gate( gate of heavenly peace). Right on the north is the Tian'an Men flies the national flag of the People's Republic of China . In the center of the square stands the Monument to People's Heroes and Chairman Mao's Mausoleum. On the west side of square is the Great Hall of the People, Congress hall,On the east side are the Museum of Chinese History and the Museum of the Chinese Revolution. On the south end of the square are Zheng Yang Men (Gate of Sunlight) and the Arrow Tower of Qianmen (Front Gate). The square is splendid and magnificent. The buildings are symmetrical and harmoniously integrated. State ceremonies and activities of state affairs are held here. Tian ' an Men has witnessed many major political and historical events and SOMETHING.

The Forbidden City

The Forbidden City lying at the center of Beijing used to be the imperial palace of 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. It's 960 meters long and 750 meters wide covering a floor space of 720,000 square meters with 9,999 buildings - the world largest palace. Construction of the palace complex started in 1407 and was completed 14 years later in 1420. It was said that a million workers including 100,000 artisans were driven into the long-term hard labor. Huge amount of timbers and other materials were all freighted from faraway provinces.

The rectangular city is encircled in a 52-meter-wide, 6-meter-deep moat and a 10-meter-high city wall with four corner towers overlooking the city inside and outside. Since yellow is the symbol of the royal family, it is the dominant color in the Forbidden City . decorations in the palace are painted yellow. Even the Roofs are built with yellow glazed tiles;

Generally, it was divided into two parts, the northern half, the Outer Court where emperors executed their supreme power over the nation and the southern half, the Inner Court where they lived with their royal family.

Until 1924 when the last emperor Puyi in China was driven out of the Inner Court , 14 emperors of the Ming dynasty and 10 emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. It is now listed by the UN as World Cultural Heritage in 1987.

Nowadays, it is open to tourists home and abroad. Splendid paintings on the royal architectures, grand and deluxe halls, and surprisingly magnificent treasures will certainly satisfy "modern civilians".