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Top Deals on Flights to China

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Milan (MIL) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 10/02/2020
Return 29/02/2020
From553

Rome (ROM) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 12/02/2020
Return 18/03/2020
From639

Rome (ROM) - Shanghai (PVG)

Departure 31/03/2020
Return 30/06/2020
From695

Rome (FCO) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 17/02/2020
Return 23/02/2020
From713

Milan (MXP) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 25/01/2020
Return 01/02/2020
From767

Milan (MIL) - Shanghai (PVG)

Departure 16/03/2020
Return 20/03/2020
From809

Bari (BRI) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 15/03/2020
Return 22/03/2020
From669

Bologna (BLQ) - Beijing (PEK)

Departure 03/03/2020
Return 07/03/2020
From652

Cagliari (CAG) - Shanghai (PVG)

Departure 08/04/2020
Return 15/04/2020
From1,060

Genoa (GOA) - Shanghai (PVG)

Departure 16/02/2020
Return 22/02/2020
From881

Traveling to China

China’s immense size allows for vast diversity, be it between bustling cities and the rural countryside, or the cultural differences that vary greatly by region. Whether you are flying to China to take part in the thrills of urban Shanghai, or to seek the solitude of quiet temples and untouched nature, your time here will be a unique experience.

What to see in China

Most tourists travel to China to see the Great Wall or the Temple of Heaven, but there is much more to discover. Visit Beijing’s Forbidden City, or view the hundreds of unique statues of the Terracotta Army in Xi’an. Take a relaxing cruise on the Li River for a chance to enjoy the raw beauty of China’s countryside. See the influences of British imperialism in the architecture of the Bund in Shanghai, or marvel at the towering skyscrapers of Victoria Harbor.

Tips for your visit to China

If you are looking for cheap hotels in China, avoid booking tickets to China for dates surrounding major holidays, such as Chinese New Year. To make communication and getting from place to place within China easier, experienced travelers recommend a Chinese language app for smartphones. Some even include optical character recognition, allowing you to scan words with your smartphone’s camera.