September 1 - Friday
- Recommended latest arrival in
- 16:00: Our group assembles for
a mandatory pre-tour group briefing at the Koryo Tours office in Beijing. This briefing will last
approximately one hour and designed so that you will get the most out of
your tour. It will cover travel etiquette, safety, and practicalities for
travel in the DPRK. Have your last minute questions answered and meet your
fellow travelers. Please be punctual - you can come early, pay any
outstanding tour fees and browse our collection of Korean art.
in Beijing not included in the tour. Contact us for recommendations near our
September 2 - Saturday
Arrival Day in Pyongyang
- Free bus from the Koryo Tours office to
Beijing Capital Airport Terminal 2. Exact time TBC at the pre-tour
briefing. Alternatively meet the group at the Air Koryo check-in counter.
departure from Beijing on Air Koryo flight JS 152 at 12:55. A 1.5 hour flight with basic lunch (no
to Pyongyang's Sunan International Airport (FNJ) at 15:25. DPRK immigration and customs, meet your Korean guides, and
transfer to the city.
- Arch of Triumph - Massive archway commemorating the
liberation of Korea from Japanese colonial rule. Made for the 70th anniversary of
President Kim Il Sung in 1982.
- Hero’s Cemetery - Large
gun, flag, and bayonet monument surrounded by rows of tombstones commemorating
individual heroes of the Korean War.
International Hotel, Pyongyang. Home away from home for most (but not all!)
foreign visitors to Pyongyang, this 47-story hotel is located on an island in
the middle of the Taedong River and offers great views of the city. Comfortable
rooms and comprehensive leisure facilities: swimming pool, spa, billiards,
bowling, gift shops, tea houses, beer brewed on-site, and a Chinese-run casino.
September 3 - SundayPyongyang City Tour
- Kumsusan Palace of the Sun - Mausoleum of the DPRK leadership where
President Kim Il Sung and Leader Kim Jong Il lie in state and the most solemn
location on the itinerary. Please note formal
dress is required. Men require collared shirt with tie, dark non-jean pants,
and dark shoes. Women require covered shoulders, knee-length dress or pants,
and closed toed shoes. The visit will take most of the morning and visitors are
asked to bow a number of times inside. This is a state administered site and
visits are subject to local conditions. Cancellations are rare but possible.
Foreign Languages Bookshop - Store selling Korean publications translated
into English, German, French, Russian, Chinese, and Spanish. Also pick up DVDs,
postcards, and small works of art.
Kim Il Sung Square - Pyongyang’s central square lined with government
ministries, museums, and The Grand People’s Study House.
- Kwangbok Department Store - Opportunity to use Korean currency and shop
with the citizens of Pyongyang! Try the snack stand on the first floor for some
of Pyongyang’s best local eats.
- Pyongyang Zoo – Newly renovated zoological gardens at the foot of Mt. Taesong popular with locals (entrance fees for special exhibits apply here).
- Pyongyang Feature Film Studio - See the home of 'Cholliwood', the DPRK's domestic film industry.
Visits sets of traditional Korea, colonial Korea, China, Europe, and more!
International Hotel, Pyongyang.
September 4 - MondayPyongyang City Tour
- Ride the full Pyongyang Metro - One of the deepest metro
systems in the world with stunning artwork reflecting the name of each station.
Ride the full length of both lines, stopping at every station to get the full experience!
- Mt. Ryonggak BBQ -A BBQ lunch in a woodland setting just
outside of the city.
Drive west along the ‘Youth
Hero Highway’ to Nampo, the port
city of Pyongyang on the Taedong River estuary. A 45 minute to 1 hour drive.
- Kangso Mineral Water Factory - Bottling plant for
the DPRK's most popular brand of sparking water.
- Chollima Steelworks - A major heavy industry
site of the DPRK, known to Koreans as the birthplace of the Chollima Movement
and famous for making ‘Juche Steel’.
West Sea Barrage - An 8 km concrete, steel,
and earthen barrage constructed between the Taedong River estuary and the West
Sea for land reclamation, irrigation, flood prevention, and power generation. It
also acts as a ship locks and fish ladder. One of the DPRK’s greatest
- Optional Petrol Clam BBQ (approx 7 EUR per person), fired up by your very own driver this is a great local experience - just make sure to wash the clams down with sufficient soju!
Overnight: Ryonggang Hot Spa Hotel - a compound with holiday
houses and a main building for dinner and entertainment. Bring a torch! Spa
bath in every room with mineral water from the Sindok Spring- the most famous
mineral spa in the DPRK. Billiards, karaoke, and ping pong.
September 5 - TuesdaySinchon and Sariwon
- This morning we'll drive to Sinchon County,
known to every North Korean as the site of the Sinchon Massacre, one of
the most famous events of the Korean War in North Korea. We'll learn
about this in the Sinchon US Atrocities Museum - a recently renovated museum dedicated to 'crimes committed by the US imperialists'.
- We'll drive on to Sariwon City and Folk village -
recently built mock-up of a traditional Korean walled city
which includes a history museum, food street and pavilions. Make sure to try the homemade makkolli here!
Overnight: Minsok Folk Hotel, Kaesong - Traditional style hotel
where guests sleep on heated floors in Korean-style. Hot water not guaranteed
and erratic electric supply - please bring
a torch. Beautiful setting in Kaesong old city with stream running through
the center and Ri dynasty furniture.
September 6 - WednesdayKaesong and DMZ Tour
- Old City Walk and South Gate - A morning stroll through
Kaesong’s historic district lined with homes dating back to the late Ri Dynasty
to the city’s historic South Gate.
- Panmunjom Truce Village - Located in the middle of
the 4 km wide Demilitarised Zone, Panmunjom is the site of the signing of the
1953 armistice at the end of the Korean War. This is the only location where
visitors can directly view soldiers from both sides and the demarcation line
dividing Korea. On some days it is possible to enter the hut straddling both
Koreas and there cross temporarily into the south.
- Kaesong Koryo Museum - Once the Songgyung Academy, a
Confucian school, and now a museum on the Koryo Dynasty exhibiting
historical objects, statues, pagodas, and porcelain from that era. A
UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Kaesong Korean Stamp Exhibition
Hall - Store selling
stamps, postcards, local ginseng, souvenirs, art, and more! One of
the best postcard collections in the country and friendly staff.
- Traditional Royal Korean Lunch (pangsanggi)
- A meal made of 12 dishes served
in brass bowls fit for the kings of old. The more dishes, the more
distinguished the guest! Traditional Korean 'sweet meat soup' is an option
here (5 EUR).
Pakyon Waterfall - Light walking in relaxing wooded area to a
- Concrete Wall and view of DMZ - View of a complex fortification system
erected on the southern boundary of the DMZ accompanied by a military guide. The
wall is seen as evidence of intent to permanently divide the nation. A 45
minute drive each way from Kaesong through scenic countryside.
Overnight: Minsok Folk Hotel, Kaesong
September 7 - ThursdayHaeju
- Drive to the rarely visited town of Haeju (approx. 2 hrs drive, very dependent on road conditions but a guaranteed adventure), the provincial seat of South Hwanghae Province and a port city on the West Sea.
Gyenam Stock Farm - A livestock farm with goats, cows, and also
rabbits. You can see all the processing facilities at this farm, one of
the only places in the whole DPRK where tourists can see livestock.
- Picnic lunch at Sokdam Ravine -
Made up of 9 valleys spread over a large area the Sokdam scenic area is a worthy place to visit for the views alone.
Sokdam ravine means the scenic spot which was seated on the 9 ravines with mountains, rocks and streams.
- Haeju Central Square and Statues
Puyong Pavilion - The largest pavilion in the whole DPRK and the only one in Korea built on footstalls in water, originally built in 1500.
- Koryo Fortress - A major military base in its day,
this fortress is situated above the magnificent Suyang waterfall
- Drive back to Pyongyang (approx. 2.5 hrs drive, depending on road conditions)
International Hotel, Pyongyang.
September 8 - FridayPyongyang
- Mansudae Art Studio – The DPRK’s centre of artistic excellence,
where the majority of sculptures, mosaics, and paintings around the
country are made.
- Grand People’s Study House – National library and public university in traditional Korean style with great views of Kim Il Sung Square.
- Jongsong Revolutionary Site – A system of underground tunnels and bunkers used by Korean government’s cabinet during the 1950’s.
- Vintage 1970s Tram Ride - A
ride through Pyongyang on one of the city’s trams from Kwangbok Street.
- Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum - Tour this world-class museum led by a local
museum guide. Renovated in 2012 and its exhibits of Korean War from the DPRK
perspective containing artifacts, documents, photos, and lifelike dioramas. The
exterior grounds house the War Victory Monument and displays of Korean People’s
Army Hero Equipment and captured equipment from the US military, including the
USS Pueblo. Central to the understanding of the country today and highlight of
- Drinks in Mansugyo Beer Bar - A standing bar serving seven type of local
beer (0.50 -1 EUR per beer). Popular
with locals after work and on weekends!
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September 9 - SaturdayNational Day!
- Mansudae Grand Monument - Enormous bronze statues of President Kim Il
Sung and Leader Kim Jong Il overlooking downtown Pyongyang. A presentation of flowers
and bow by the group is customary here (5
EUR). Please note this is a government-administered sight and visits are
subject to cancellation. Visits are optional and require a certain
dresscode (close-toed shoes and covered legs and shoulders). Here we will also see the Chollima
Monument, or ‘thousand ri (400 km or 250 mile) horse’ -a symbol of
speed- commemorating the quick rebuilding of the country in the 1950’s
following the Korean War.
- Mangyongdae Native House - Birthplace and childhood home of President
Kim Il Sung. A traditional Korean house in a beautiful natural surrounding.
- Moranbong Park - We’ll take a stroll in Pyongyang’s central
park popular with locals for picnics, dances, and sports, especially on national holidays. The park is filled
with historic pavilions, walls, and monuments- modern and ancient, a few of
which are among the traditional ‘Eight Great Sights of Pyongyang’.
- Tower of the Juche Idea - Iconic tower dedicated to the DPRK’s guiding
philosophy on the Taedong River. Take the elevator to the top for great views
of the city (elevator ticket is 5 EUR).
- Monument to the Party Foundation - Iconic structure featuring the hammer,
sickle, writing brush which represent the workers, farmers, and intellectuals
that make up the Worker’s Party of Korea.
Dance – As it's a national holiday, we expect to see large student organised dances held
around Pyongyang on major holidays (weather
dependent). Join in the fun!
- Golden Lane Bowling Centre - Where Pyongyang locals go for their ten-pin
fix (2.5 EUR per person per game).
Also has billiards and arcade games. Non-bowlers can head next door to the Kumrung Leisure Centre for an airgun
shooting range (approximately 6 EUR per
20 round cartridge) and some of the best coffee in Pyongyang.
- Taedonggang Bar No. 3 -
Upscale bar across the street from the Tower of the Juche Idea. There are a
variety of beers on tap produced at Pyongyang’s Taedonggang Brewery outside of
town (2-2.5 EUR per glass).
- Kaeson Funfair -We’ll take on the rides of Pyongyang’s newest
funfair with the locals: pirate ship, vominator, rollercoaster, bumper cars,
arcades, and more. Tickets purchased on the spot (1 EUR entry, 2-7 EUR for rides).
International Hotel, Pyongyang
September 10 - SundayPyongsong
- Munsu Waterpark – We’ll take a break at this outdoor and indoor water park with water slides, lap pools, and hot tubs.
- Drive north to Pyongsong, a satellite city of
Pyongyang and centre of scientific research. A 45
minute to 1 hour drive.
- Pyongsong Central Square and statues - Central square of
Pyongsong City with statues of the DPRK leadership and flanked by the
provincial revolutionary museum. Presentation of flowers customary.
Visit to Kim Jong Suk Middle School - One of the DPRK’s top middle schools for gifted students, tourists are encouraged to help teach an English class!
- Paeksong Revolutionary Site - Location of Kim Il Sung
University during the Korean war. Tour the old classrooms and hear about
how students lived during the war.
- Pyongsong Conservatory of Performing Arts (including performance) - local school focusing on talents in the performing and visual arts, see an excellent performance here.
- Drive to Mt Myohyang (approx. 2 hours drive north of Pyongyang)
Overnight: Chongchon Hotel, Mt Myohyang
September 11 - MondayMt. Myohyang
Friendship Exhibition - A subterranean exhibition hall displaying gifts of
all kinds given to the DPRK leaders by foreign states, leaders, and
organizations. The exhibition is a fascinating look into material culture in
the second half of the 20th century. Highlights include a plane
given by the Soviet Union, basketball signed by Michael Jordan from the US
State Department, and vodka given by Dennis Rodman. The visit takes most of the
- Pohyon Buddhist
Temple - A
peaceful temple dating back to 1042 with stone pagoda and repository of a print
blocks and historic text of the Tripitaka Koreana, Buddhist scriptures first produced to invoke
divine assistance from foreign invasion during the Koryo Dynasty.
- Manpok Valley Walk - A gentle stroll passing
waterfalls, interesting rocks, lovely wooded areas and viewing points.
- Ryongmun Caves - A subterranean
complex of limestone caves and grottoes. Led by an experienced local guide, you
will see weirdly (and suggestively) shaped rocks and stalactites/stalagmites
and hear a wealth of stories and legends about each - some not appropriate for
- Drive back to Pyongyang (approx. 3 hrs drive)
- Diplomatic Club for dinner and drinks -
Leisure complex with restaurant, swimming pool, bar, karaoke, billards,
and banquet hall for foreigners residing and visiting Pyongyang. Open
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September 12 - Tuesday
- Walk through central Pyongyang from the Grand Theatre to Kim Il Sung Square
Central Art Museum - We’ll tour the galleries exhibiting Korean art
from ancient times on through the socialist realist works of today.
- Kim Il Sung University Museum and Campus
Architectural Academy - Studio where many of Pyongyang’s iconic
buildings were designed. Learn about architecture and design in the DPRK and
see architects at work.
- June 9th
Middle School - We’ll visit one
of Pyongyang’s middle schools and if we’re lucky also see a students’ performance.
Overnight: Yanggakdo International Hotel, Pyongyang
September 13 - Wednesday
- Drive east across the width of the peninsula
before heading north to Hamhung, the second largest city of the
DPRK and major centre of industry. A 6 to
7 hour drive.
- We’ll stop for a rest at Sinpyong Lake Guesthouse for a beautiful view over Sinpyong lake
surrounded by mountains.
Waterfall - Hidden amongst the mountains on the road to Wonsan, ‘Echo’
Waterfall is a scenic stopover to enjoy lunch, stretch your legs, or go for a
dip in the pool beneath.
- Upon arrival in Hamhung we will stop by Hamhung Grand Theatre and Central Square
for an exterior view of the DPRK’s largest theatre on the city’s central
- Ancient home of Ri Song Gye – Home of
the first king of the Ri Dynasty (1392-1910) who extinguished the Koryo
Dynasty, only to be then ousted by his own son.
Overnight: Majon Beach
Guesthouse - A beachside holiday compound with basic but comfortable chalets.
Rooms have heated floors but no running water. Bring a torch! There is a main
building with restaurant, bar, billiards, table-tennis, bookshop, and Korean
September 14 - Thursday
Fertiliser Factory - Massive chemical-industrial plant producing
various kinds of fertilisers. Tour of the plant control room, production
facilities, and packing plant - just don’t light up next to the Ammonium
Highlands - A scenic drive through the highlands above Hamhung, traditionally
considered as one of the ‘Eight Great Sights of Korea’. Home to the Pujon Stone River, a multi-kilometer
river of boulders running down the side a mountain and the Okryonsan
Revolutionary Site -a base for anti-Japanese guerillas during the colonial
period. This region was the sight of some of the most brutal fighting of the
Korean War in the middle of the unusually cold winter of 1950. Notice how the
local architecture differs from the lowlands beneath.
Overnight: Majon Beach
September 15 - Friday
Co-operative Farm - Local farm in the outskirts of Hamhung. View
the machinery barn, a local home, and the farm shop to buy some locally made
- Drive south to Wonsan, a major port city on the East Sea, stopping at scenic spots
along the way. A 2.5-3 hour drive.
- Songdowon International Schoolchildren’s Camp
– A classic socialist summer camp where Korean and international children
can spend two weeks learning socialist values and teamwork.
- Wonsan Agricultural University – The
DPRK’s premier agricultural university set among beautiful hillside scenery.
Tour the grounds and the neo-Romanesque teaching hall, originally built by
Germans living in the area in the early 20th century.
Centre and Docks - Central square and ship terminal in downtown
Wonsan. The Mangyongbong-92 ferry/cargo ship which once shuttled Koreans living
in Japan back and forth across the East Sea of Korea is moored here.
Province Art Gallery - Small art exhibition selling artwork by local
Island and Lighthouse - Take a stroll on the breakwater to a small
island in the middle of Wonsan harbor (1
EUR/USD entry fee).
Hotel -Waterfront hotel with stunning seaside views of Wonsan Harbor. Limited
hours of hot water, bar, billiards, ping-pong, barber shop, beauty salon,
dry-sauna, and indoor seawater swimming pool.
September 16 - Saturday
- Drive south along the East Sea coast to the
scenic Mt. Kumgang, the ‘Diamond Mountain’ noted in East Asian history and
famous in Korean legend. Home of some of
Korea’s most spectacular natural landscapes and best hiking. A 2.5 -3 hour drive.
- Samil Lagoon
– A charming green-water coastal lagoon lined by pine forests. Named for the
‘three-day’ stay (sam-il) of a king in days gone-by to take in the full beauty
of the area.
- Spend the afternoon hiking in the Mt Kumgang area – ‘The Diamond Mountain’ – a series of peaks and canyons
rising above Korea’s eastern seaboard and regarded since time immemorial as one
of the most scenic regions in East Asia. A 8 km (round-trip) hike to a scenic
‘Nine-Dragons’ waterfall will take us through forests, along mountain streams
and by emerald pools.
Kumgang Hotel, Mt. Kumgang. A comfortable hotel with good hot water supply and
clean rooms. Top floor bar and karaoke, outdoor balcony barbeque, billiards,
gift shops, and small sauna facilities.
September 17 - Sunday
Back to Pyongyang via Wonsan
- Drive back north to Wonsan. A 2.5-3 hr drive.
Wonsan Railway Station Revolutionary Site - Preserved Japanese colonial era train
station, waiting room, guesthouse, and the train which future President Kim Il
Sung rode to Pyongyang during the liberation of the country in 1945.
- Time to relax and swim on the
beautiful beaches of Wonsan!
- Drive back west to Pyongyang.
Approx. 4 hrs drive.
(Paradise) Department Store and Microbrewery - Department store selling domestic and
foreign made goods. The bar next door sells beer and makkolli (traditional rice wine) brewed on site (1 EUR a pint).
Overnight: Yanggakdo International Hotel, Pyongyang
September 18 – Monday
Charter flight to sacred Mt Paekdu
- In the morning, we will take charter flight to Samjiyon Town, the gateway to Mt.
Paekdu located in the far north of the country. A 1 hour flight.
- Mt. Paekdu
- ‘Birthplace of the Korean Nation’ and ‘The Sacred Mountain of the Revolution’,
Mt. Paekdu is one of the most important locations in traditional Korean history
and the modern revolutionary history of the DPRK. Atop the mountain sits volcanic Lake Chon in
the massive caldera formed in a giant eruption in the 10th century,
one of the largest in recorded history. This eruption left behind a decapitated
2,744 meter peak which remains the tallest in Korea. Rarely visited and
- Lake Chon - The
highest crater lake in the world. It is
possible to hike the last few km of the overlooking summit or ride a funicular
railways to the top for spectacular views. From here one can either walk down
or cable car (weather permitting) to the lake itself to sample the
- Mt. Paekdu
Secret Camp - The guerilla headquarters of General Kim Il Sung during the
anti-Japanese struggle set in hidden alpine valley lined by towering peaks and
said to be the birthplace of leader Kim Jong Il. See the reconstructed camp
telling of how the guerillas lived year in and year out.
Waterfall - A scenic waterfall which never freezes due despite chilling alpine
winters. The waterfall also provides hydroelectric power to neighboring villages.
Overnight: Paegaebong Hotel, Samjiyon - Very basic hotel
with limited hot water. Bring a torch!
September 19 – Tuesday
Charter flight to Mt Chilbo
Grand Monument - Group of bronze statues, including one of President Kim Il Sung,
and stone monuments next to a scenic alpine lake. One of three ‘grand
monuments’ in the country.
- We will catch our charter flight onwards to Orang Airport in North Hamkyong
Province. A 1 hour flight.
- Upon arrival at Mt. Chilbo, we will start our tour of the mountain range. The ‘Seven
Treasures’ mountain is one of the DPRK’s most remote and scenic areas with a
vast array of strangely shaped peaks and unique geologic formations. This
primordial landscape is home to many colourful (and suggestive) legends and
offers a contrast to the densely populated cities and agricultural areas seen
in much the rest of the country.
- Local games
and dinner at the homestay village – The only place in the DPRK where
foreigners can stay with a local families. Brush up on your Korean (or
body-language) as for an evening spent with the family. It is also possible to
play volleyball against or wrestle the village team.
Village - The only place in the DPRK where foreigners can stay with local
families in either a Korean-style or European-style home. Each home has a
bedroom and washroom for guests.
citizens: Outer Chilbo Hotel - A basic hotel located in a forested valley
lined by primeval geologic formations. US citizens must stay here during their
stay at Mt. Chilbo. This hotel has pleasant rooms and hot water is brought to
you in the morning. In season you can also try fresh Pine Mushrooms, sold for
hundreds of dollars abroad, at bargain prices. Great stargazing on clear
September 20 - Wednesday
- We’ll leave Mt. Chilbo by way of the scenic
coastal road (weather permitting) that leads to Kyongsong and Chongjin - The DPRK’s third largest
city, provincial seat of North Hamkyong Province, and Korea’s ‘city of steel’ -
home to the massive Kim Chaek Iron Works.
Revolutionary Museum – Museum depicting the revolutionary struggles
of the region.
Central Square - Central Square of Chongjin city with statues of the DPRK leadership.
A presentation of flowers is customary (2-3
Kindergarten and Performance - Visit to a local kindergarten with a small
student musical and theatrical performance.
Fisherman’s Club - Bar, billiards, restaurant, and sauna for
merchant mariners visiting the Chongjin Port. A great place to relax after days
on the road in the northeast.
Foreigners’ Lodging - The former foreign expert apartments of Kim Chaek
Steelworks, similar in design to local apartments. Basic rooms but great food
September 21 - Thursday
- Drive north to Hoeryong, a rarely visited city on the border with China. A 3-3.5 hour drive.
Square and Statue of Mother Kim Jong Suk - Bronze statue of ‘The Mother of Korea’
in central Hoeryong. A presentation of flowers (2-4 EUR) is customary here.
House of Kim Jong Suk - Traditional Korean home of Kim Jong Suk set
among a peaceful apricot orchard.
Revolutionary Museum - Museum depicting the revolutionary struggles
of the region. Particularly interesting for its giant mural depicting the
‘Three Generals of Mt. Paekdu’ during the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle.
The painting was made by artists from the Mansudae Art Studio in Pyongyang and
smaller replicas of it can be found throughout the country.
- Kim Ki Sung
Middle School - Local school named after the brother of Kim Jong Suk in Hoeryong
City. Tour the facilities and drop in on classrooms to help practice English
with the students.
Hoeryong Hotel - A basic
hotel featuring large rooms with air conditioning but no hot water, separate
sauna/shower block, small shop and bar, and large banquet hall. The staff of
the hotel can put on a dinner performance for groups at the cost of
approximately 600 RMB.
September 22 – Friday
Chongjin and flight back to Pyongyang
- In the
morning, we will drive back to Chongjin and visit the North Hamkyong Province E- Library - A
library, study, and computer centre for the province, located just off Chongjin
Trolley Bus – We’ll take a ride down Chongjin’s main drag on one of the city’s
- In the afternoon, we will drive to Orang Airport
to catch our charter flight back to Pyongyang. A 1 hour 20 minute flight.
- Drinks in a local bar – we’ll visit one of Pyongyang’s bars that we have not stopped by yet on
this incredible tour to wrap up this adventurous 21-night trip.
- Duck Barbecue
Restaurant - South Pyongyang’s famous grilled duck restaurant that has seen many teary-eyed farewells.
Overnight: Yanggakdo International Hotel, Pyongyang
September 23 - SaturdayDeparture
Day from Pyongyang and Return to Beijing by flight or train. Please indicated
your preferred exit method upon booking*
- Flight departure from Pyongyang on
Air Koryo Flight JS 151 at 08:25
with scheduled arrival at Beijing Capital Airport (PEK) Terminal 2 at 09:55. Please note there is a 50 EUR surcharge for flight return.
- Train departure by international
sleeper train to Beijing at 10:10 with scheduled arrival to Beijing Station on Sunday September 24 at
08:30. We typically book soft sleeper (four beds per cabin) for
the return journey. Please note that in some rare instances, soft sleeper
tickets may sell out and we will book hard sleeper (six beds per cabin)