China Tour October 2017

22nd October 2017
Tour price €1990 per person sharing plus taxes of approx €485 per person
Tour price includes:
  • International flights from Dublin to Beijing, returning from Shanghai to Dublin
  • Fast train from Beijing to Xian on board (Maglev) in economy class
  • 5 nights accommodation in the 5 star Beijing New Omani Hotel with breakfast included
  • 7 lunches throughout the tour
  • 8 evening meals throughout the tour
  • Services of a local english speaking guide throughout the tour
  • Tours/sight-seeing in Beijing to include  The Great Wall of China, Sacred Way, Ming Tombs, Tian An Men Square, the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Beijing Zoo, Beijing Olympic Village (to view the Birds Nest Stadium and the Water Cube)
  • 2 nights accommodation in the 4 star Titan Times Hotel in Xian with breakfast included
  • Tours/sight-seeing in Xian to include Tang Dynasty Musci & Dance show, Terracotta Warriors & Horses of Emperor Qing Shi Huang, the Great Mosque and the Muslin Quarter
  • 3 nights accommodation in the 5 star Jinjiang Tower Hotel in Shanghai with breakfast included
  • Tours/sightseeing in Shanghai to include The Bund, Yuyuan Garden, Shanghai Old Town, Pudong Development Zone & Oriental Pearl Tower
  • *Fully comprehensive travel insurance for everyone up to and including the age of 69 years – for anyone over this age a higher premium will apply
Not included in tour price:
  • Chinese visa fee €40 (for Irish passport holders)
  • Meals and sightseeing as not specified in the itinerary – itinerary available upon request
  • Gratuities for guides and drivers €50

3 thoughts on “China Tour October 2017

  • December 27, 2016 at 8:51 am

    Tip top stfuf. I’ll expect more now.

  • March 15, 2017 at 9:03 am

    The Absent Game…In between me and my husband we have owned more MP3 players through the years than I can count, like Sansas, iRivers, iPods (traditional & touch), the Ibiza Rhapsody, etc. But, the last few a long time I’ve settled down to one line of gamers….

  • May 24, 2017 at 1:05 pm

    The rumour I have is that those photographs went up due to orders from the Department of Justice. Judge Hlope was on leave at the time, but that’s sort of the default state for him so no surprise there.And no, the judges are apparently not too impressed with the situation either.

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