Great Wall of China
Even visible from space, the Great Wall of China could be the most famous landmark in the world. Measuring over five and a half thousand miles in length, the Ming Dynasty built the wall to repel Mongolian raids, repairing it many times over the centuries. Now, millions flock every year to the Great Wall, one of the biggest tourist attractions in China.
After a long day exploring the Great Wall, you can relax and unwind at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing. With a choice of standard, deluxe or Royal Club rooms, the hotel provides comfortable and modern accommodation in Beijing.
Visiting the Great Wall of China
There are several segments of the Great Wall surrounding the Beijing area that tourists can visit just by using the city bus services. Five of these pieces - Badaling, Jinshanling, Juyongguan, Simatai and Mutianyu - are open to the public. Fees will be charged at the entrance to the Wall.
Day tours of the Great Wall of China can be booked in advance, allowing you to better plan the wall experience. In most cases, you will be picked up from your hotel by coach and transported to the wall with a small group of other tourists. English-speaking tour guides will accompany you and help you learn even more about this awesome structure.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing on your Great Wall trip
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Beijing is definitely the place to stay during your trip to the Great Wall of China. We offer reservations for the traveldesk in our lobby. With a choice of well-appointed rooms and superb dining in three fine restaurants, you couldn't ask for better accommodation.