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Living in San Francisco can be hectic with the hustle and bustle of the city, however this means you’ll know what to expect when landing in Beijing, the capital of China. You can climb the Great Wall of China, view China’s historical monuments, and visit the Ming Tombs where the remains of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty lay to rest. It takes an average 12 hours to travel between San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Beijing. You can use public transportation or taxis to get to SFO, thereby saving on parking costs.
Beijing city has a magnificent transport system comprising of 11 national highways, nine expressways and several railroads. The National Museum of China situated on the Eastern side of the Tiananmen Square and The Palace Museum are open for guests visiting the city. Also known as “The Forbidden City” and situated at the heart of the town, the Palace Museum is a huge complex that has been standing for more than 500 years. The city also has several unique shopping districts along the Wangfujing Street and the Qianmen Street, where visiting shoppers can buy antiques, silk and electronics.
Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) is the main airport in the city, and is an important transport hub serving over 200 world cities, including Asia, Europe and America. Expect a rather dry, humid continental climate during summer from June to August, and cold, dry winters from December to February.