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72 Hours Visa-free Tour in Chongqing

from US

Tour code:







Have a unforgettable Visa-Free Tour in Chongqing!

Tour Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrival Chongqing
Arrival Chongqing

Arrive in Chongqing. Your guide will meet you and transfer to the hotel. The rest of day is free for you to have rest. 

  • 4* Wan You Conifer Hotel (or the same class)
Day 2 : Chongqing

In the morning, you will visit Cinder Cave and White Residence, where hundreds of Communist Party members and officials were held during the civil war. Next attraction is Ci Qi Kou, an ancient town that is more than 1,700 years old. It features traditional southwest Chinese architecture, small shops, a variety of snacks and even restaurants on boats. After lunch, in the afternoon, visit People's Square. Every morning and evening, many people come here for exercise, such as tai chi, dancing and singing. Then continue to visit the Three Gorges Museum. As the landmark of Chongqing, the museum is not only the largest monographic museum in China.

  • 4* Wan You Conifer Hotel (or the same class)
  • Breakfast / Lunch
Day 3 : Chongqing/Dazu/Chongqing

The trip to Dazu Rock Carvings will take half day. One of the four greatest Buddhist grottoes in China, it has a long history of more than 1,000 years. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. Transfer back to Chongqing in this afternoon, and then go to visit Jiefangbei, or Liberation Monument, is located in downtown Chongqing. There is a saying that if you do not come here, your visit to Chongqing is not complete. It is the equivalent of Times Square in New York, surrounded by giant billboards and name-brand retailers.

  • 4* Wan You Conifer Hotel (or the same class)
  • Breakfast / Lunch
Day 4 : Departure Chongqing
Departure Chongqing

This morning transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

  • Breakfast
Price Dates
Customized Tour

April - November


Single Supplement

1 traveler





2 traveler





3-5 traveler





6-9 traveler





Notes: ¥=RMB or CNY (Chinese Yuan, Renminbi)   $=USD, US Dollars

December to March


Single Supplement

Notes: ¥=RMB or CNY (Chinese Yuan, Renminbi)   $=USD, US Dollars

* Price is for per person, based on two persons sharing one room.
* If one person uses one room, he/she is required to pay additional charge named single supplement.

  • Price Includes
  • Price Excludes

1. Private car transfer in Chongqing, include pick up and drop off.
2. 3 nights accommodation in 4* hotels with private facilities
3. All meals as specified in the itinerary, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch.
4. Comprehensive sightseeing with all entrance fees
5. English speaking guide.

  • Comments
The Great Wall at Jinshanling and Simatai is my favorite. They are original parts without so much renovation!

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Thanks for your message about this tour in Beijing. 
Welcome to China again! 
Again, thanks and all best regards!
Thanks a lot for your feedback!

Middle Kingdom is the middle part of China, I guess so.

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China Holidays

Thanks for your message.
Throughout the last 5000 years, China has been known by many different names.
But the most traditional name that China has used to refer to itself is Zhonggou which means Middle Kingdom (or sometimes translated as Central Kingdom).
Welcome to China again! 
Again, thanks and all best regards!
Thanks a lot for your feedback!

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