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Beijing - the capital of China is a remarkable city for foreigners, full of contrasts and contradictions. This diversity can be seen in the development where the old temples dating back to the imperial era are next to modern glass skyscrapers. The size of the city and the crowds can also be a big…

Leisure time

There are so many historic sites in Beijing that the most important ones require at least few days of sightseeing. The biggest attraction is the Forbidden City - the seat of emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties dating from the fifteenth century, which is located in the centre of the capital. Its construction…

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Distinctive local dishes include seafood - especially shrimp - and green tea. In China, tea cup is filled repeatedly with warm water, therefore preserving all its richness, e.g. valuable compounds such as flavonoids. More sophisticated traditional dishes include Peking duck with crispy crust and a thin…

Shopping

Beijing is not only the city full of tourist sites. It has numerous larger and smaller stores located primarily at Wangfujing Street. Beijing Zoo Fashion District, is located at Xizhenmen Wai Street opposite the Beijing Zoo and can boast a wide range of shopping offer. Beijing Friendship Store…

Accommodation

Beijing has plenty of accommodations, both in expensive hotels as well as in those at a good price in each of its district. The best of them are in 5 star Xiyuan Hotel Beijing (No.1 Sanlihe Road, Haidian District), located close to the Zoo, Aquarium and the Exhibition Centre. Jade Garden Hotel Beijing…

Helpful info

Beijing has several subway lines, more than 700 bus lines and about 70 thousand taxis, which makes getting around the city very easy. Bicycles are a popular means of transport among residents, because they allow for bypassing the most congested streets. Beijing has plenty bicycle rentals providing them…

Active time

Golf is becoming increasingly popular in China. Golf courses are located mainly near large cities such as Beijing. In the Chinese capital you can play in Honghua International Golf Club (108 Beiyuan Road, Chaoyang) or in Beijing Country Golf Club (Shunyi). The scorching and humid summer caused that…

Beijing has several subway lines, more than 700 bus lines and about 70 thousand taxis, which makes getting around the city very easy. Bicycles are a popular means of transport among residents, because they allow for bypassing the most congested streets. Beijing has plenty bicycle rentals providing them for a small fee. One can also use a rickshaw, which is cheaper than taxis.

One has to remember that it is not possible to buy Chinese currency outside China. Therefore, you should buy dollars in Poland and exchange dollars for yuans upon arrival to Beijing. This is best done in the branches of the Bank of China, for which you need a passport.

If you plan to return to Poland, you can exchange yuans for dollars only in China. In such a situation, you must show a receipt from the bank confirming that you previously exchanged dollars for yuans.

Distance Warsaw - Beijing takes about 8 hours. Beijing Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, so even before landing you need to plan a journey to the city centre, which usually takes about an hour. You can take a taxi or one of the 5 bus lines.

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