China River Cruises & Tours 2016
Yangtze River Cruises with Uniworld
Marvel at the geographic diversity of China, from the mountains of Tibet to the grand gorges of the Yangtze. Witness the great contrast between ancient Chinese culture and its more modern entrepreneurial spirit. Be inspired by ethereal landscapes and historical sites, all while enjoying the modern-day comforts of five-star hotels and luxurious cruise ships.
From the moment you arrive, you’ll be in the hands of Uniworld’s professional, English-speaking Cruise/Tour Managers, who will happily share their vast knowledge of China’s history, art, culture, and natural landscapes with you. Experience the Eastern wonders you’ve always dreamed of—and uncover hidden treasures you couldn’t possibly have imagined on a Uniworld Boutique River Cruise along the Yangtze River in China.
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2016 | Beijing to Shanghai | 13 days
Embrace the yin and yang of wonders old and new on this soul-enriching expedition
Your itinerary starts in Beijing, with visits to Tiananmen Square—the largest public square on earth—and the Forbidden City, hidden away for years from the outside world. Enjoy a rickshaw ride through Beijing’s hutongs, the city’s old maze-like neighborhoods, and dine in the home of a local family. Gaze in awe at the ornately decorated Temple of Heaven, a Ming Dynasty pagoda built without a single nail. Walk along the majestic two-thousand-year-old Great Wall, which offers wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Fly to Xi’an to see the famous Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses—all eight thousand of them—each completely unique and buried more than two millennia ago to watch over China’s first emperor.
2016 | Beijing to Shanghai | 11 days
A spellbinding odyssey through five thousand years of Chinese culture and history
Your journey begins in Beijing at the huge Tiananmen Square, a nearly hundred-acre site that has witnessed a staggering number of major historic events. Explore the Forbidden City, once off-limits to all but the Emperor’s inner circle, an enormous complex that was China’s seat of power for nearly five hundred years. Enjoy a rickshaw ride through the city’s hutongs—old neighborhoods with labyrinthine lanes—and dine at the home of a local family.