South Luogu Alley Vacations
Xiaoxitian, Shishahai and Gui Street, are nearby suburbs which are also worth discovering.
Visitors travel from all the countries of the world to see Tiananmen Square, one of the most photographed attractions in the country. It is only less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from the middle on the city.
Forbidden City is one of the attractions in the Beijing’s city center that is worth visiting.
Visitors to South Luogu Alley, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should head to the nearby museums and theaters. To experience the city’s dynamic artistic culture, book a show at one of the much-loved live performance venues such as Tiandi Theater and Poly Theater. Enjoy the wonderful artworks at the National Art Museum of China.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of Beijing, plan a trip to one of the many nearby green spaces. If you want to rest a while in a green oasis explore Beihai Park and Jingshan Park.
Beijing has some interesting places to see including the Temple of Confucius, the St. Joseph's Cathedral and the Houhai - Back Lakes. If you’re into history, the area’s past comes vividly back to life at the Prince Gong's Palace. Those who enjoy sights steeped in religious history will love Lama Temple.
If you could do with a spot of retail therapy, shop til you drop amid the boutiques, stores and stalls that are part of Wangfujing Street, the Dong Hua Men Night Market and the South Luogu Lane.
Finding somewhere comfortable to base yourself around the South Luogu Alley area is simple. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the amenities at the Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing, the Regent Beijing, and the Peninsula Beijing.