Half Day Beijing Olympic Bike Tour
– Cycling Tour to Bird’s Nest-Water Cube-Olympic Village
Trip Highlights – Attractions involved: Bird’s Nest (National Stadium), Water Cube (National Aquatic Center), Olympic Village. Beijing, as the host city of the 29th Summer Olympics, not only demonstrated a “truly exceptional Games” but also left breathtaking legacy including the venues to the whole nation. Nowadays, these Olympic venues has become the new symbols of Beijing, which are listed as the must-see spots in the city. Take a half day guided bicycle tour sounds like a perfect and flexible way to visit the Olympic Park. This cycling tour will lead you to explore Beijing’s new face in post Oympic times and flashback the beautiful memories the city had left to us.
Departure: Daily. Pick-up Point & Time: Hotel around 8:00am. Finishing Point & Time: Hotel around 12:00pm. Duration: 4 Hours.
Our dedicated English speaking tour guide will pick you up at your hotel, or we shall meet at our bike center.Then you will start to explore the city by bike, especially the Olympic Green. Vanues in the Olympic Park, simply Bird’s Nest (National Stadium) and Water Cube (National Aquatic Center) which have become new icons of the City Beijing, create an atmasphere of grandeur with their unique and stunning architectural features. The annexes are also designed delicately, including the only commercial building that’s not Olympic related, Pangu Plaza. Then cycling along to the Olympic Village to have a outside view. At last, return the bike and get back to your hotel.
Bird’s Nest, the National Stadium, located in the Olympic Green, hosted the opening and closing ceremonies in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and Paralympics. After the 29th Olympics, the Bird’s Nest booms thousands of people travel to visit the National Stadium for long. It is the largest steel…
Water Cube, nickname of the National Aquatics Center, is built alongside the National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Now it has become a must-see travel spot in Beijing. In 2008, Water Cube…
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- English speaking tour guide
- venue entrance fees
- personal expenses
- tips for your guide