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Flight Deal: Fly To Beijing For As Low As $357 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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In a place with an estimated population of 22 million, there’s no shortage of things to do in Beijing, China.

With a history stretching back to three millennia, there’s a great deal of culture, entertainment and art to absorb during your visit.

For starters, start your trip with a hike up one of the most fascinating man-made landmarks in the world: The Great Wall of China.

Some sections of the Great Wall are now in ruins or have disappeared, but it remains one of the most appealing attractions due to its historical significance and architecture.

In the midst of all its tradition and history, be sure to do some shopping at local markets.

At the Hongqiao Market, visitors can shop for jade, gold, pearls and more, at bargain prices.

The New Silk Alley Market, located in the Chaoyang district, is a market that features nearly 1,700 vendors. Items for sale include silk, electronics, clothing, accessories, and more.

Here’s how to get to Beijing for as a low as $357 round-trip:

From Los Angeles

Flights from Los Angeles are the cheapest. Google Flights has a flight priced at $357 round-trip for Feb. 3 through Feb. 9. There is a long layover with this flight timed at approximately 19 hours. If you want a shorter flight, however, there are other options with the same dates that will get you to Beijing for $400 round-trip!

From Phoenix

United Airlines has a sale to Beijing from Phoenix for $473 round-trip, according to Google Flights. Use travel dates Mar. 4 through Mar. 11.

From New York City

 The cheapest travel dates to Beijing from New York are in late February. Those leaving from the New York area can travel to Beijing for $438. Just plug-in Feb. 24 through Mar. 5 in Google Flights.

 

From Atlanta

Google Flights has round-trip airfare priced as low as $550 round-trip from Atlanta.  Enter Mar. 24 through April 1 as your travel dates.

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