Information for Travelers
China is a populous East Asian state whose vast landscape includes grasslands, deserts, mountains, lakes, rivers and more than 14,000 km of coastline.
In the capital Beijing, modern architecture is combined with historic sites such as the Forbidden City Palace Complex and Tian'anmen Square.
Shanghai is a global financial center full of skyscrapers.
The famous Great Wall of China stretches from east to west in the north of the country, winding 6,700 kilometers from the Yellow Sea to Central Asia
Thanks to its size, China as a tourist destination offers unlimited possibilities for exploration.
Whether you choose to travel aboard a luxury cruise ship through the picturesque gorges of the Yangtze, visit a bustling city or seek the tranquility of an ancient temple, this country is full of incredible experiences and sightseeing possibilities.
The culture is highly celebrated by the Chinese themselves, as evidenced by the preservation of important historical sites such as the Summer Palace in Beijing, recalling the days of China's emperors.
The contrast between China's ancient customs and the new ultra-modern state that is developing has only increased the fascination with a culture that goes back many millennia.
Its countless sanctuaries exude the spirit of ancient Eastern religions.
Since the world discovered China through the writings of the adventurer Marco Polo, more than 700 years ago, this great Asian country has come to be considered the personification of all that is mysterious and exotic.
Even now, after decades of economic growth, this vast country has lost none of its fascination.
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