Pick-up at the airport is available upon request. Pick-up at your hotel and return to the hotel at night are included.

If you have three days free in Beijing for sight-seeing, check this 3 days suggested itinerary for reference:

Suggested Itinerary:

                                                            Day One:

Forbidden City
Tian'anmen Square-One of the best-known landmarks of Beijing.

Forbidden City-Also called Palace Museum, this former dwelling of Chinese emperors is the most amazing royal palace complex.

Hutong Tour

Lunch either for the Hand-made noodles with beef broth at the Muslim restaurant or try to learn how to make dumplings at the local family and eat after that.
Hutong Tour + Rickshaw ride+ Going up to the Drum Tower
Be driven around the old alleyways (hutongs) in a cycle rickshaw. You stop at a traditional courtyard home for a cup of tea and get a historic view of hutong life. Also includes a visit to the Drum Tower with panoramic views of old Beijing.
If you don’t want to experience the rickshaw ride you can also choose to walk around the hutongs.
                                     Lama Temple-Oldest and best-preserved imperial garden in the downtown area

Mutianyu Great Wall

Day Two:
Great Wall at the Mutianyu section
It’s 1,45 hour driving and this section is less crowded comparing the Badaling section; you can choose to take the gondola up and either gondola or toboggan sled down.
798 Art District

798 Art District
A ferment of contemporary art creativity, and connoisseurs’ paradise, with many artists beginning to command high prices on the international market. Artisits from around the world display their works here. Even if you have no idea what you are looking at, it is definitely worth a look.

                                                         Day Three:
Taiji Practice at the Temple of Heaven
Temple of Heaven-Offerings to Heaven were made here by emperors to benefit crops and harvests.

Pearl Market- you can find those knock-off brand bags shoes and watches as well as pearls.
Marble Boat at the Summer Palace
The Emperor and his imperial court left the Forbidden City each summer to take up residence in the Summer Palace to escape the heat. This purpose built resort is two-thirds water containing Kunming Lake. You can stroll the banks of the lake and enjoy the pavilions, palaces and terraces

Summer Palace

Olympic Stadium
Walk on the Olympic Green and view the Swim Cube and the Bird's Nest from the outside.