1. From Beijing Capital International Airport to V-Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou Hotel By Taxi The distance is about 25 kilometers. It takes about 40 minutes and the cost is about RMB 80.
By Metro(about RMB 25) Take Beijing Subway Airport Express Line 5 (bound for Tsinghua Science and Technology Park) at Terminal 1, get off at Asian Games Village Station, and walk about 560 meters to arrive at the hotel.
2. From Beijing Railway Station to V-Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou Hotel By Taxi The distance is about 16 kilometers. It takes about 1 hour and the cost is about RMB65.
By Metro Line 2→Line 5 (about 55 minutes, RMB4) Take Line 2 (bound for Jianguomen), transfer to Line 5 (bound for North Tiantongyuan, get out from Exit A at West Huixing Road Station, walk about 1.5 kilometers to arrive at the hotel.
3. From Beijing West Railway Station to V-Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou Hotel By Taxi The distance is about 18 kilometers. It takes about 55 minutes and the cost is about RMB 75.
By Metro Line 7 →Line 5(about 1 hour, RMB 5) Take Line 7 (bound for Jiaohuachang), transfer to Line 5 (bound for North Tiantongyuan), and get out at from Exit A at West Huixing Road Station. Walk about 1.5 kilometers to arrive at the hotel.
By Bus Bus No. 387 (about 1 hour, RMB 4) Take Bus No. 387 at Beijing West Railway Station Bus Station, get off at North Anhuiqiao Station, walk about 500 meters to arrive at the hotel
Beijing, the heart of China, is always the first choice of travelers who are willing to know a time-honored and developed city of China. It has been the political, economic and cultural center of China for over 800 years from the Yuan Dynasty. The numerous royal buildings with long history endow Beijing with incomparable charm.
The magnificent Forbidden City is the largest and the best-preserved imperial palace complex in the world.
The Great Wall
The Great Wall of Chinais one of the ‘Eight Wonders of the World’ and is enlisted in the World Heritage Directory.
Being the largest and most well-preserved royal park in China, it has long been recognized as ‘The Museum of Royal Gardens’.
Food in Beijing
Beijing cuisine is unique in China culture because foods from all parts of China can be found there. Besides food from other areas, Beijing has also been developing its own style of cuisine for almost 5,000 years and come up with some amazing local Beijing foods including the world famous Peking Roast Duck.