We inform the kind passengers that the flight operations to/from Beijing will continue until March 25, 2018 (last flight date from Beijing).
With the Great Wall winding around the border and several Imperial palaces preserved within, Beijing is a must for anyone with an interest in Chinese history, but the city offers so much more. Beijing is home to unique cuisine, quiet hutongs, and a wealth of culture and tradition that can be found in many forms, from festivals to fortune tellers. Fly to Beijing with Alitalia and immerse yourself in this iconic city.
Thousands of visitors travel to Beijing each year to visit the city’s iconic attractions such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden Palace, and Temple of Heaven. For a true cultural experience, catch an athletic Kung Fu show in the evening or see the Peking Opera. The Summer Palace is a beautiful and elegant example of the lifestyles of China’s Imperial emperors and their families.
Book your tickets to Beijing early if you plan to visit for International Labor Day (May 1), National Day (Oct 1) or Chinese New Year, which usually falls in January or February, as these are all peak tourist times due to the days of celebration surrounding these holidays. If you don’t want to rent a car or hire a taxi, there are plenty of places to rent a bike to get around this large city.