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  • Beijing: Old Beijing e-Bike Adventure

    1. Beijing: Old Beijing e-Bike Adventure

    Following your e-bike safety briefing, you will set out on the adventure. Starting with a practice lap around the surrounding Hutongs, your guides will teach you about the history of the Hutongs, including some interesting facts about who lived there. Once you're a pro at riding, head to Ghost Street to see where you should come back for some food, you may even see a ghost. Jump straight back into the Hutongs where you will navigate through some narrower streets to really get a feel for the culture. As you come out of those Hutongs, you'll see the gorgeous gateways and entrance to Lama Temple before crossing over the road to see one of the most beautiful streets in Old Beijing, Guozijian. This street is where you can give Confucius a wave if you catch his statue at the Confucius Temple. Following the temple, ride all the way along Guozijia, past the old academy where students would stud...

    I experienced working with Dominic twice. Once to rent an e-bike, which was well worth it on a hot day in Beijing! It was easy to get around, it was fun and he had great recommenations of what to do and see! I spent some time tooling around to see where things were, and hung out at the Houhai lake too! I also went on a Hutong tour with him where he showed me all the great hidden food places and was patient enough to wait while I pinned them on my map. He also shared good historical information which I appreciate as a history learner.

  • Mini Group: Xi’an Terracotta Warriors and City Wall Tour

    2. Mini Group: Xi’an Terracotta Warriors and City Wall Tour

    From downtown Xi'an you'll head to the Terracotta Warrior Museum with your expert guide. Discover the amazing terracotta warriors that were buried for more than 2,000 years and hear interesting stories about China's first emperor - Emperor Qin Shi Huang (259–210 B.C.). You will visit 3 pits in the museum. Pit 1 is the largest and is estimated to house around 6,000 figures, as well as a great quantity of bronze weaponry. In pit 2 it is estimated that the terracotta warriors and horses amount to 1,300 figures. However, the great variety makes it the top-rated among all 3 pits. Pit 3 is the smallest with only 72 terracotta warriors and horses.  The bronze chariot pit exhibits 2 painted bronze chariots, representing Emperor Qin Shi Huang's vehicles. The bronze chariots are the earliest, largest, and best-preserved bronze artifacts in the world. Next, you'll be transferred from the museum to...

    It is an amazing city, a must see in China. The terracotta worriers museum is great and also the city wall. Definitely recommend to take this tour

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Informative, exciting and very much to see. Had been good with a guided tour as it was so big that it almost became difficult to navigate on your own. Alternatively a map to follow. Wished we had more time to walk around. According to daughter nine years so the best day so far on summer vacation!

Just a nice experience. Everything true to nature, relaxing for the soul! I can only recommend a visit to Skansen to anyone who wants to get to know old Sweden.

Really worth a visit. We spent 2 hours there and were very impressed. Bring a jacket as it’s chilly inside.

Very exciting ! If you are in Stockholm you have to see this.

Great ship! Very interesting piece of the Swedish history.