Beijing has retained many traditions while transforming into a modern political and business center. China’s bustling capital city offers a unique journey through the country’s past and present.
Beijing is a year-round destination, with spring and fall generally offering the most pleasant weather. Fall is a popular time for festivals, including the Fall Fragrant Hill Red Leaf Festival, highlighting the changing foliage, the Beijing 798 Art Festival and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Chinese New Year, each winter, is the largest annual celebration. See ice sculptures at the Longqing Gorge Ice and Snow Festival and the Bird’s Nest Ice and Snow Festival, both held in the winter.
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