Travel Through Tianjin on Private Guided Tour and Basque in Its Beauty
Tianjin is known as the metropolis in northern China and is one of the five national central cities of the People's Republic of China. This makes Tianjin an attractive destination and sees domestic and international tourists taking private guided tours all year round. Due to its natural resources and significant historical heritage, it has brought even more visitors in recent years.
Tianjin is a great place for anyone who likes architecture or the history of ancient China. Here, one can delve into the past with sightseeing tours to the many museums, temples and monasteries or join in on a custom tour to the Great Wall of China at Hyuangya Pass and have an experience of a lifetime. Many hotels, hostels and guesthouses will meet your different needs and, as a bonus, Tianjin hosts all types of entertainment that will help to relax both your body and mind.
Tianjin climate sees four seasons, with hot, humid summers and cold and dry winters.
Top 10 Things to Do in Tianjin
Get a Taste of Tianjin's Ancient Architecture and Decor on a Custom Guided Tour of the Dule Temple
Get a taste of Tianjin's ancient architecture when you take a custom guided tour of the Dule Temple. It is a temple which was built over a 1,000 year ago and any art lover or designer will enjoy the intricate architecture. The Dule Temple not only attracts tourists for its museum but also because it is one of China's oldest wooden constructions and this temple has miraculously survived 28 earthquakes.
There are many great places to visit in Tianjin but there are also many great activities too with hiking tours and boat tours being among the most popular. When out and about with the family, spend time wandering the Zoo or have fun and laughter in the amusement and water parks.
Travel Tips for Tianjin
During Spring and Autumn is regarded to be the best time to visit Tianjin, China. This is when there are pleasant temperatures and visitors can get the best of the beautiful scenery. Summer is known as peak season, the prices are higher and it is the time when you will want to do indoor guided tours for the air conditioning. There are great skiing locations and facilities if you go in the winter months.
Tianjin is not among the most expensive cities to visit in China, and with exchange rates, tourists can avail of great bargains. The accommodation varies in style and price, but there are some very alluring places and prices when you go on a package holiday. Sightseeing tours or any type of tour or activity will vary in price at different times of the years. A meal for two people will cost on average US$18.
When arriving in Tianjin, it is a good idea to buy a map of the city, which is invaluable during your stay. These are available at the train station and also at the Xinhua Bookstore along Tangshan Dao. Consider taking a card with your name and hotel on it in case you get lost. Tap water can be enough to cause an upset stomach so sticking to bottled water is a good choice. Make sure that the bottles are sealed too.
Tianjin sees four seasons, monsoon-influenced, classic climate of Eastern Asia. It is cold, windy, dry in the winter that is influenced from the Siberian anticyclone. Summers are humid and hot due to the monsoon. Spring can be dry and windy, with occasional sandstorms that blow in from the Gobi Desert and these can last for several days. With temperatures averaging 32 degrees Celsius, July is the hottest month.