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ZhouKoudian, Lugo Bridge & Stone Flower Cave

"Luguo Bridge, China"

Relax and enjoy the tranquility of China

This tour takes you through the beautiful locations of Beijing as you visit the ZhouKoudian Museum, the Stone Flower Cave and the Lugou Bridge.

Experience the wonderful ancient history of China in the ZhouKoudian Museum with relics dating back over 600,000 years to the Peking Man, Xindong Man and Upper Cave Man.

Full with fossils and stone exhibitions, you’ll see not only the geological changes but the skulls of these ancient people with restored caves, fossilised tools and even jewellery and paintings.

Next is the Stone Flower Cave, one of the most famous scenic spots of the area with its unique Karst Cave, including an underground river. Described as a fairyland on earth, you’ll be amazed by the beauty around you as well as learn all about the geological backgrounds of this fantastic park.

Finally you will visit the Lugou Bridge, also known as Marco Polo Bridge which spans the banks of the Yongding River. The 700 year old bridge is famous for its numerous carved lions which all have even smaller lions on their head, back, on the paws or under the belly, making them even more special.

This tour is a perfect way to see the wonders of the city and all around Beijing with scenic beauty and a deep history.

Excursion details

Location: China, Beijing

Category: Culture and History

Duration: 8 hours

What's included:

Includes a local guide and any entrance or other fees. Meals and transfers included only where stated.

Notes:

For groups of more than 6 people, price will be provided on application.

Restrictions: Not available on Mondays. Lunch included.

Physical rating: Easy - Suitable for all

Guides available: English - Russian - Other languages are available though there maybe a price variation.
Price per person 1 2 3 4 5 6+
GBP £330.00 £185.00 £167.00 £136.00 £136.00 £113.00
EUR €369.00 €207.00 €187.00 €152.00 €152.00 €127.00
USD $436.00 $244.00 $221.00 $180.00 $180.00 $150.00

Duration of the excursion is approximate and may vary according to local conditions.