This great multi centre holiday really does offer visitors the best of China, combining China’s three most popular destinations, without too much travelling. From Beijing and the Great Wall of China, to the Terracotta Warriors, before finishing in Hong Kong with its perfect blend of East and West.

10 nights,   Packages,  From £1,295*

Each itinerary is tailor-made so the prices can vary dependent on your particular requirements.

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Description

3 Nights – Beijing
3 Nights – Xi’an
4 Nights – Hong Kong


UK – Beijing (3 Nights): First we will fly you from the UK to Beijing, where we’ll meet you on arrival and transfer you to your first hotel, where you’ll stay for 3 nights.

Buzzing, busy and breath-taking, Beijing is home to some of the World’s most incredible sights, and is the second largest city in China (after Shanghai). Its history dates back over 3000 years and its longevity is clearly displayed in its plethora of remarkable sights like The Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the Pearl Market and Silk Alley as well as its many stunning temples, palaces and parks.

Beijing – Xi’an (3 Nights): After your stay in Beijing we’ll transfer you back to the airport for an onward flight to Xi’an. We’ll then meet you at the other end, to transfer you to your next hotel where you’ll stay for a further 3 nights.

Xi’an, the fascinating capital of the Shaanxi Province has a rich heritage. Xi’an is the starting point for the famous Silk Road and it was the former capital city of China for more than a thousand years, spanning 13 dynasties. The history of Xi’an is clearly demonstrated in the abundance of cultural attractions with undoubtedly the biggest draw, the truly mesmerising Terracotta Warriors.

Xi’an – Hong Kong (4 Nights): When your stay in Xi’an comes to an end, we’ll transfer you back to the airport for your next flight to Hong Kong. We’ll then meet you at Hong Kong airport to transfer you to your final hotel, where you will spend your last 4 nights.

The vibrant metropolis of Shanghai is China’s largest city. It has seen phenomenal growth over the last 25 years and is now a global financial centre with a skyline crammed full of modern skyscrapers overlooking the Shanghai of old with its classical Chinese architecture and pagodas. The mix of the modern cosmopolitan vibe and the traditional Chinese culture is a great draw for tourists as it offers a variety of experiences.

Hong Kong – UK: On your final day in China, we’ll transfer you back to the airport, where you will get your flight back to the UK.