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In 1368 AD, Mutianyu Great Wall was built by Xu Da who is the main general for Zhuyuanzhang in the Great Wall ruins of Northern Qi Dynasty. Linked to Gubeikou in the east and Juyongguan in the west,the section of the Great Wall is the military hub...more
If for no other reason the Great Wall has to be seen to be believed. The engineering feat alone to construct such a massive wall in its time is simply overwhelming. The wall is not for the feint hearted but you don’t have to attempt...More
I am a senior with a knee injury but still managed to have an awesome experience. There are a lot of stairs and the footing is uneven but if you take your time, it is very doable to walk from tower 14 (where the cable...More
I went to a more scenic part of the Great Wall that is less overcrowded and less overconstrcuted. It was an absolutely phenomenal experience to explore each of the watchtowers and embrace the spirit of China in the olden days. It would be better if...More
The Great Wall should be on everyones bucket list. It is amazing. We went to a quiet part. Went up with a cablecar and down with a slide. The views were great and it was not busy at the time we were visiting.
I had the chance to visit while in Beijing on business.
Really worth the (not that long really) drive.
Take the cable car, walk along the wall, come down the Toboggan. Spot on.
Well worth the effort and some fabulous scenery
Toilets.... not ideal.
We chose to go on a private tour to the Great Wall at Mutianyu. It was arranged by our hotel. We had a guide and a driver. We were unlucky in that it was quite misty the day we went. I found it very steep...More
There are a couple sections of the Wall to be able to see but the reviews for this section talked about the beautiful landscape! We couldn’t agree more! This is a newer restored section and the view of the valley and landscape was spectacular! We...More
I think we can all say there's a handful of places that leave your breathless, and when others ask, you respond "you have to see this in person to believe it." Put me down as someone else who tells you, if you're in Beijing this...More
We did our tour through China Highlights, which I would highly recommend, so you might want to check the cost for their driver only service. Depending on where you are going, such as to the airport or just around city, it... More
We did our tour through China Highlights, which I would highly recommend, so you might want to check the cost for their driver only service. Depending on where you are going, such as to the airport or just around city, it might be more economical to hire a taxi. Good idea to check around, and always make sure you have agreed on the price before getting into the vehicle.
Response from xz20011998 | Reviewed this property |
Easiest would be to ask the taxi driver when you use a cab in the city. ... But if time is not an issue for you, you can take a public bus from the Dongzhimen bus station to Mutianyu. That'll cost next to nothing, but prob... More
Easiest would be to ask the taxi driver when you use a cab in the city. ... But if time is not an issue for you, you can take a public bus from the Dongzhimen bus station to Mutianyu. That'll cost next to nothing, but prob two hours to get there.
Response from likethewind27 | Reviewed this property |
Depending on how quickly you walk allow 15-20 minutes from one tower to another. There are steps up and steps down and walking paths that are flat in between each tower. So 9 towers is likely 2-3 hours of walking.