Take the morning to walk in the Hutong, take a rickshaw tour of the historic areas, and learn a bit more about the traditional architecture of the city while the surrounding modernity of skyscrapers gets closer each day. In Beijing, Hutongs are alleys formed by rows of Siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences, and the word is also used to refer to such neighborhoods.
Take the metro to the biggest square in China, Tiananmen Square. We will walk from the top of Tiananmen Square to the entrance of the Forbidden City, which was home to the royal families of the Ming and the Qing Dynasties. After walking through the City, we will climb up Jingshan Park for a beautiful view of the Forbidden City from above. In the evening, relax as you see a traditional acrobatics show and have a hot local dinner with the group.