Cheap tickets to Beijing

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ICN Seoul
PEK Beijing
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PEK Beijing
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PEK Beijing
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PEK Beijing
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Beijing holidays

Beijing sights and attractions

A major cultural hub in China and one of the largest cities in the world, Beijing is a truly dazzling city to visit regardless of what you're looking for. A truly global city, Beijing seamlessly mixes tradition and modernity, with a staggering and ever-changing architectural face reflecting the fluid and transitional culture that has emerged there in the past decade. With an unmatched selection of palaces and gardens, a string of restaurants that are pioneering modern Chinese cuisine and seven UNESCO heritage sites, including the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, and parts of the Great Wall, it is unsurprising that Beijing has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

What to do in Beijing

After cheap flights to Beijing, travelers will no doubt be dazzled by the sheer volume of things to do and see in the city. It's highly recommended to hire a travel guide upon arrival to give you a helping hand finding your way around this massive metropolis. At the same time, one of the true joys of the city is wandering the streets and making your own discoveries, be that visiting the stunning Ming Tombs or Zhoukoudian or simply eating a bowl of noodles in the city's many noodle bars. The choice and eclecticism of the city are what truly makes it such a unique place to visit.

When in the city be sure to:

  • Walk the beautifully maintained parks full of cyclists and Tai-Chi practitioners
  • Visit the Forbidden City, an amazing experience celebrating China's rich cultural history
  • Explore the collection at the Beijing Art Museum
  • Visit the stunning Ming Tombs
  • Explore the Great Wall, which crosses the city limits
  • Gaze out at the ever-changing skyline that defines modern Beijing
  • Sample Peking Duck, a local speciality
  • Navigate the tunnels of the Zhoukoudian, an archaeological marvel that houses the earliest known Homo erectus ever found
  • Sample hand-pulled noodles at the noodle bars in the city
  • Visit the beautiful Summer Palace, sitting on an enormous man-made lake

Airports in Beijing

The only airport that handles international flights for Beijing is Beijing Capital International Airport. This is one of the busiest airports in the world handling over 94 million passengers annually and is continuing to grow at a rapid pace.

  • Beijing Capital International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers that serve the airport include: Air China, Asiana Airlines and China Eastern Airlines.


    The airport is located 20 miles northeast of the city centre.


    The airport is accessible by road and rail. There are eleven different airport bus routes connecting most areas of the city to the airport. There are also taxi and car rental companies operating in the city centre that provide an alternate means of reaching the airport. The airport is served by the Airport Express Line of the Beijing subway, which connects the city with the airport terminals. There is also a shuttle service that connects the terminals.

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