When I thought of writing about my hometown, I didn't know where to pick up the pen. Let's first take the order and introduce the city of Beijing.

  Beijing is located in the northern part of the North China Plain, backed by Yanshan Mountain, adjacent to Tianjin City and Hebei Province. Beijing's climate is a typical northern temperate semi-humid continental monsoon climate. So what does it mean? Beijing is very hot in summer and very cold in winter, with four distinct seasons. If you want to travel here, I suggest April-May, or September-October, these four months are the most comfortable time of the year in Beijing

OK, now let's look at the map of Beijing

  Sorry, the price is also marked, but this price is already outdated, and the school district housing in the central city has long been 20W+.

  Beijing governs Dongcheng District, Xicheng District, Chaoyang District, Fengtai District, Shijingshan District, Haidian District, Shunyi District, Tongzhou District, Daxing District, Fangshan District, Mentougou District, Changping District, Pinggu District, Miyun District, Huairou District, Yanqing District16 district.

  And most of the scenic spots you want to visit are in the eight districts of the city, namely Dongcheng and Xicheng, Xuanwu Chongwen, Haidian Chaoyang, Fengtai Shijingshan. At this time, you may ask, should I buy a Beijing map when I get off the plane, because I really don’t understand it. In fact, I don’t think it’s necessary, because the maps of Beijing are generally very detailed, and you can’t find many street attractions at all, it’s too messy. So I will recommend a few routes for you to play below, and you can save a lot of things

  Let me talk about the traffic in Beijing. The subway and bus can be said to extend in all directions, there are only places you can't think of, and there are no places you can't reach. It is recommended that you download a Beijing real-time bus app before coming, it is really easy to use. Just download a subway picture. Basically, the subway in Beijing runs every 2 minutes during the morning peak or evening peak, and usually every 4-8 minutes. The bus is basically fast and does not run every ten minutes, so the traffic is still very convenient.

  In addition, you can choose Didi Taxi, which is convenient and fast.

Beijing CityU Attractions Overview

  Beijing is the city with the most cultural sites in the world; there are 6 in total: the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, the Great Wall, the Ming Tombs, and the Zhoukoudian ape-man site.

  Let's talk about the Forbidden City first. It is estimated that friends who come to Beijing will definitely come here. To be honest, as a Beijinger, I personally think it is really worth visiting here. Because it's truly spectacular. Tickets haven't changed for ten years --- 40 in off-season and 60 in peak season, half price for student ID card, and the price is also very suitable.

  The Forbidden City in Beijing is the royal palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties in China. It was formerly known as the Forbidden City. It is located in the center of the central axis of Beijing and is the essence of ancient Chinese palace architecture. The Forbidden City in Beijing is centered on three main halls, covering an area of ​​720,000 square meters, with a construction area of ​​about 150,000 square meters. There are more than 70 palaces of different sizes and more than 9,000 houses. It is one of the largest and best-preserved wooden structure ancient buildings in the world.

  This photo was taken in Jingshan Park behind the Forbidden City. Standing in the pavilion in Jingshan Park, you can overlook the whole Forbidden City. When the weather is fine, it is so beautiful.

  As for the Forbidden City, I suggest that pregnant women, children and the elderly should visit in the morning. The main reason is that the Yin Qi is too heavy, and you all know that many innocent souls died in it. Therefore, when the Forbidden City was not open to the public in the early days of the founding of the People's Republic of China, repair workers often disappeared and died inexplicably. I also heard from the older generation that it is not unreasonable, why less than 50% of the courtyards of the Forbidden City are open to the public, because there have been some incidents in the locked courtyards.

  During the peak season of the Forbidden City, ticket sales stop at 3 pm. Why, because the later the night, the heavier the yin. If you don’t believe me, you can try it. Even if it’s hot summer, if you are still walking in the Forbidden City after five o’clock, your back will definitely feel cool. This is true.

  Let me introduce the Summer Palace.

  The Summer Palace, the imperial garden of the Qing Dynasty in China, formerly known as Qingyi Garden, is located in the western suburbs of Beijing, 15 kilometers away from the urban area, covering an area of ​​about 290 hectares, adjacent to the Old Summer Palace. It is a large-scale landscape garden built on the basis of Kunming Lake and Wanshou Mountain, modeled on Hangzhou West Lake, and drawing on the design techniques of Jiangnan gardens. It is also the most complete preserved royal palace and royal garden, known as the "Royal Garden Museum". , is also a national key tourist attraction.

  There is a subway station in the Summer Palace, so it is very convenient to get there. It is a very beautiful royal garden. If you want to know some history, you can hire a tour guide inside. There are still many professional tour guides inside, and the price ranges from 150-300, depending on the time you play.

Foxiang Pavilion

  Foxiang Pavilion also has a legend:

  It is said that Emperor Qianlong wanted to build a large garden for the royal family to play in this beautiful area. It was first said that there was an ancient tomb under Longevity Hill. The ancient tomb is the tomb of a certain princess in the Ming Dynasty, so it cannot be moved. The first reason is the legacy of the ancestors, saying that after entering the customs, every plant and tree in the cemetery of the previous dynasty should be protected; the second is that this concubine was not a good lord back then, and her tomb must not be moved! After hearing this, Lord Qianlong thought that when we bannermen entered the customs, we won the world from Li Zicheng, and we didn't have that much hatred against the previous dynasty. Just say "what are you afraid of, dig it for me", how dare the people below not listen! Of course you can only dig. Unexpectedly, there was a mess after digging, and Lord Qianlong went to the scene to see that the big stone gate of the ancient tomb had been dug open, but there were eight big characters engraved inside the door: "You don't move me, I don't move you!" See, just freak out. He hurriedly ordered people to fill all the soil back, and then built a large temple on the Longevity Mountain to calm down the ghosts. This is the future Buddha Fragrance Pavilion.

Seventeen Arch Bridge

temple of heaven

  The Temple of Heaven is very close to the Forbidden City, so we can play together.

  The Temple of Heaven was first built in the eighteenth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420), and was rebuilt during the Qianlong and Guangxu periods of the Qing Dynasty. It was the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshiped the heaven and prayed for a good harvest. The Temple of Heaven is the general name of the two altars, the Circular Mound and the Valley of Prayer. There are two layers of altar walls, forming an inner and outer altar. The main building is the inner altar, the Circular Mound Altar is in the south, and the Prayer Valley Altar is in the north. The two altars are on the same north-south axis, separated by a wall in the middle. The main buildings in the Circular Mound Altar include the Circular Mound Altar, the Imperial Vault of Heaven, etc., and the main buildings in the Prayer Valley Altar include the Hall of Prayer for Harvests, the Hall of Emperor Qian, and the Gate of Prayer for Good Harvests.

  There is also a Temple of Earth near Tiananmen Square. Of course, the scale is definitely not comparable to the Temple of Heaven. If you have time, you can visit them all.

  The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest in the Temple of Heaven is painted on the bus card in Beijing

  Here comes the key point, the following three attractions: the Great Wall, the Ming Tombs and the Zhoukoudian ape-man ruins are all in the suburbs, that is to say, if there is no traffic jam from the urban area, it is basically 2-3 to reach the above three places Hours, so you must make arrangements on the itinerary.

  I won't introduce them one by one, just put some beautiful pictures

  If you say: If you don’t reach the Great Wall, you are not a hero! I'm going, so you can go. I think it's more tiring, and I don't want to go during the May 11th holiday, really don't

Ming Tombs

  The Ming Tombs are located in Changping District, Beijing. The Ming Tombs are located in a small basin surrounded by mountains on three sides in the east, west and north. During the 230 years since the construction of Changling Mausoleum in the seventh year of Yongle to the burial of Chongzhen, the last emperor of Ming Dynasty, in Siling Mausoleum, thirteen emperor tombs, seven concubine tombs and one eunuch tomb were successively built. A total of thirteen emperors, twenty-three empresses, two princes, more than thirty concubines, and two eunuchs were buried.

  How to get on the bus: Bus line: Metro Line 2 → No. 872, the whole journey is about 50.2 kilometers

  1. Take Subway Line 2 from Beijing Station, after 8 stops, arrive at Jishuitan Station

  2. Walk about 670 meters to reach Deshengmen Station

  3. Take bus No. 872, pass 7 stops, and arrive at Dagongmen Station

  4. Walk about 360 meters to reach the Ming Tombs

Nanluoguxiang and Beiluoguxiang

  First of all, start from the Bell Tower and Drum Tower. The Bell Tower and Drum Tower are very close to Nanluoguxiang and Beiluoguxiang, and you can go through a few alleys, so I will introduce them together.

  First of all, at this time, you can take the subway directly to Nanluoguxiang. Many friends know Nanluoguxiang. Basically, friends who come to Beijing for tourism will come to visit. In fact, Beiluoguxiang is opposite Nanluoguxiang. The commercial development is not too serious now. , so there are not too many tourists, but I personally prefer a quiet place, it will be more comfortable

  Nanluoguxiang is basically snacks, mostly small art shops

Beiluoguxiang is mainly to visit the alleys and experience the life of old Beijing

Yandai Xiejie

  In addition, I would like to introduce a very famous street nearby --- Yandai Xiejie

  Yandai Xiejie is located in front of the Drum Tower of Di'anmenwai Street, Beijing, and belongs to the boundary of Changqiao in Xicheng District. From the end of the Qing Dynasty to the 1920s and 1930s, the street was mainly engaged in smoking pipes, hookahs and other smoking sets, antiques, calligraphy and painting, mounted paintings, stationery and snacks, and service industries. The more famous Cultural Street has left the footprints of many cultural celebrities.

  Now Yandai Xiejie is the same as the Drum Tower, Nanluoguxiang and other well-known scenic spots. It is a good place for everyone in Beijing to find food, watch antiques, and appreciate ancient buildings in calligraphy and painting in their spare time.

  Yandai Xiejie is very close to Nanluoguxiang. I suggest walking there. There are alleys of old Beijing along the way. You can enjoy them while walking and experience the customs of old Beijing.

Bell Tower and Drum Tower

  You may be a little confused at this time, what you said is very good, but how do I go about it? These places are basically very close. Your first step is to find Nanluoguxiang and get off the subway according to the subway map I sent at the beginning. For the rest, you can download a Baidu map and then locate it. The main thing is to appreciate the old The customs of Beijing, because this area is a well-preserved courtyard in Beijing. The essence of old Beijing is basically all here.

  OK, now we are at the Bell and Drum Tower, and it is very close by navigating through Yandai Xiejie. Let me briefly introduce it first.

  Beijing Bell and Drum Tower is a group of ancient buildings located at the northern end of the north-south central axis of Beijing. It is located at the northern end of Di'anmenwai Street in Dongcheng District, Beijing. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit.

  The two buildings are arranged vertically, majestic and majestic, embodying the crystallization of the wisdom and strength of the ancient Chinese working people. The Bell and Drum Tower was the time-telling center of the capitals of the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. In the history of the construction of the city's Bell and Drum Tower, the Beijing Bell and Drum Tower has the largest scale and the highest shape. It is one of the landmark buildings in the ancient capital of Beijing and an important building that has witnessed the history of China in the past 100 years.

  At this time, you should listen to He Yong's "The Bell and Drum Tower"

Jingshan Park and Forbidden City

  We still follow the central axis, and the next step is Jingshan Park.

  Jingshan Park is located in Jingshanqian Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, China. It is located on the central axis of Beijing in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The Jingshan Mountain in the center of the park is formed by piled up soil and was once the commanding height of the whole city.

  Jingshan Park was built in 1928, with a total area of ​​23 hectares, of which the flower lawn covers an area of ​​1100 square meters. There are Qiwang Tower, Wufang Pavilion, Shouhuang Hall, Yongsi Hall, Peony Garden and so on in the park.

  Jingshan Park is the commanding height of Beijing's central axis. Basically, many photographers come here to take pictures of the Forbidden City. Of course, my favorite is the peony here. The Peony Flower Festival is held here every year, and I basically come here every year

  When you get off Jingshan Park, you will find the Forbidden City. I won’t introduce the Forbidden City, because I have made it very clear at the beginning of the article. You can go back and have a look.

  Tiananmen and Tiananmen Square

  Coming out of the Forbidden City is Tiananmen Square, which is the center of Beijing.

  Tiananmen is the main gate of the Beijing imperial city in the Ming and Qing dynasties. It was first built in the 15th year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty. It was originally named "Chengtianmen", which means "inheriting the fortune of the sky and receiving orders from the sky". The designer is Kuai Xiang, an imperial architect of the Ming Dynasty. In the eighth year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty, it was renamed Tiananmen Square. It is composed of two parts: the city platform and the city tower. There is a Xumizuo made of white marble, with a total height of 34.7 meters. The Tiananmen Gate Tower is 66 meters long and 37 meters wide. There are five coupon gates under the city platform, and the coupon gate in the middle is the largest. It is located on the central axis of the Beijing Imperial City. In the past, only the emperor could enter and exit through it. A portrait of Mao Zedong hangs above the door opening in the middle, and on both sides are large slogans "Long live the People's Republic of China" and "Long live the great unity of the people of the world".

  You can go up to the Tiananmen Gate Tower, and you only need to pay a ticket. I don't know the exact price now. It was like 30 before. By the way, if you want to watch the flag raising, you'd better live near Chang'an Street. Many friends from other places just wait in the square all night just to watch the flag raising. This method is okay in summer, but it is too cold in winter. Don't ask me when the flag is raised, because it is set according to the time when the sun rises, so if you really want to see it, you can hold it all night. I tried it and it feels good.

  Let's talk about Tiananmen Square. To the east of the square is the National Museum of China, and to the west is the Great Hall of the People. In the middle is the Monument to the People's Heroes, and behind the monument is the Great Chairman Mao Memorial Hall. It is basically such a structure, and the square as a whole gives people a solemn and sacred feeling. So it's all here, I suggest you take a good look at it.

Great Hall of the People

Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

Qianmen and Qianmen Street

  From Tiananmen Square, you can see the Qianmen building along the central axis. Of course, you have come to Beijing, and you must visit Qianmen Street.

  Qianmen Street is a very famous commercial street in Beijing. Located on the central axis of the capital, it starts from Moon Bay at Qianmen in the north, ends at Tianqiao intersection in the south, and connects with Tianqiao South Street. Before the construction of the outer city in the 29th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty, it was the royal road for the emperor to go out to the Temple of Heaven and the Altar of Mountains and Rivers. After the outer city was built, it became the main north-south streets of the outer city. People commonly call it Qianmen Street. The street is 845 meters long and the carriageway is 20 meters wide. From the Ming and Qing Dynasties to the Republic of China, it was called Zhengyangmen Street. In 1965, it was officially named Qianmen Street.

  There are many time-honored brands in Beijing on Qianmen Street. The cakes in Daoxiang Village have accompanied our Beijing children throughout their childhood. There are already hundreds of shops in Beijing. You must have a good taste when you come. In addition, Quanjude Restaurant on Qianmen Street can be described as a very authentic restaurant for eating roast duck. It is recommended to try it.

Old Beijing cloth shoes ~ the inline promotion of famous names

Xi Yuan Ju Old Beijing Hot Pot

  When you come to Qianmen Street, you must experience an old Beijing shabu-shabu restaurant here

  There are many kinds of mutton and beef in Xiyuanju Old Beijing Shabu. Their family has their own supply base. All the beef and mutton are raised by themselves, and there is a special pasture in the north. All kinds of hand-cut mutton are highly recommended, especially our own Baitian mutton, which is directly served on the table with bright yellow tableware. Take it out of the pot for a few seconds, and the taste is even better! Homemade fresh melon strips, this melon strips are not other melon strips, but fresh and tender sheep's head. The part of the lamb leg with more exercise is selected. There are only 2 taels on each leg. It tastes chewy and tender. It doesn't get old for a long time.

  When we came, it happened to be around two o'clock in the afternoon. It was not meal time, but there were still a lot of people in the store.

The serving speed is very fast, and the meat is freshly cut

  Xiyuanju Old Beijing Hot Pork with Baiye is also very good. You must order one. This does not need to be cooked for a long time. When the pot is boiling, it can be done in four or five seconds, and it is very crispy.

  Xiyuanju Old Beijing Shabu Meat Homemade Fresh Brain The brain is very fresh, the meat is ruddy and tender, the meat is fat but not dry, it is the most suitable lamb for shabu-shabu.

  The thickness of the fresh Shangnao oblique slices is also very particular, to ensure that it is well cooked and not easy to overcook.

  Xiyuanju Old Beijing Instant Pot dipping sauce is very sophisticated, it is said to be a secret recipe handed down from the ancestors.

Xiyuanju Old Beijing Instant Pot

  Xiyuanju’s old Beijing shabu-shabu charcoal-fired copper pot is the authentic old Beijing shabu-shabu, and the service staff is always on hand to add soup and charcoal fire in time

  The service counter at Xiyuanju Old Beijing Shabu Shabu checkout is also very funny, called Qianzhuang Haha~ Their home is an old Beijing Shabu Shabu shop recommended by old Beijingers. The old diners in the nearby alleys also frequent, and the price is not expensive, about 150 yuan per person. After all, it is beef and mutton, which is a very reasonable price in the city center.

  Xiyuanju old Beijing hotpot is OK, and now the one-day tour of the central axis is over. Basically as I said you can play very well. Let me introduce to you some good places to go shopping and eat in Beijing.

  Xidan commercial street is basically a place that every Beijing child loves to go to. I remember that Xidan shopping mall was not as formal as it is now. Small businesses and hawkers can bargain, so we go there every Saturday and Sunday after school sea ​​fight.

  Now Xidan has developed very well, Xidan Pearl Department Store, Xidan Shopping Mall, Xidan Joy City, etc., are worth visiting.

  There are subway and bus stops here, so the traffic is very convenient.

  We are used to calling the Beijing Book Building Xidan Book Building, which leaves us with so many good childhood memories

Wangfujing Commercial Street

  It is basically near Xidan. In fact, many places in Beijing are relatively concentrated and easy to find. Here is a brief introduction.

  Wangfujing Street, from East Chang'an Street in the south to the National Art Museum of China in the north, is about 1,600 meters long and is the most famous commercial street in Beijing. Wangfujing has a wide variety of daily necessities, hardware and electrical materials, clothing, shoes and hats, jewelry and diamonds, gold and silver jewelry, etc., and the purchase and sales of commodities are extremely large.

  Walking in Wangfujing Pedestrian Street, there will be a Wangfujing Snack Street. When you are hungry, you can satisfy your hunger. Of course, it is also very famous.

  Beijing Department Store is very famous. My mother often came here to shop when she was a girl. It has a long history and is full of memories of generations of Beijingers.

  Now let’s talk about Sanlitun. To describe it in one sentence: fashion is the most fashionable, and there are no fewer than dozens of celebrities I saw here. Let's briefly introduce: Sanlitun is located in the central and western part of Chaoyang District, Beijing. It got its name because it is three miles away from the inner city. It is now famous for Sanlitun Bar Street. Sanlitun Bar Street is one of the most "prosperous" entertainment streets in Beijing's nightlife. It is a place where foreigners living in the Beijing area and domestic celebrities and big money often visit for entertainment.

  When you come to our big Beijing, how can you not come to Sanlitun? There are also many scouts here. Maybe you just came to go shopping, but you were poached to become a star haha.

  If you want to ask me what is there, the answer is basically that the most trendy and exciting things are here.

The famous Uniqlo fitting room event

A good place to take pictures—Bird's Nest, Blue Harbor, 798

  First stop: Bird's Nest

  In fact, generally speaking, the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube are located in the Olympic Forest Park.

  Transportation: Bus line: No. 60 → Metro Line 8, the whole journey is about 13.4 kilometers

  1. Walk about 180 meters from Beijing City to Zhengyi Road South Station

  2. Take No. 60, pass 7 stops, and arrive at Luoguxiang Station

  3. Walk about 300 meters to Nanluoguxiang Station

  4. Take Metro Line 8, after 8 stops, arrive at Forest Park South Gate Station

  5. Walk about 290 meters to reach the Olympic Forest Park

Water Cube

Third stop: 798 Art Zone

  798 Art District is located in Dashanzi District, Jiuxianqiao Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, so it is also called Dashanzi Art District (DAD-Dashanzi Art District in English). It used to be the old factory area of ​​the former state-owned 798 factory and other electronic industries.

  This area starts from Jiuxianqiao Road in the west, extends to Jiuxianqiao East Road in the east, starts from Jiuxianqiao North Road in the north, and ends at Jiangtai Road in the south, covering an area of ​​more than 600,000 square meters. It is famous for its contemporary art and 798 lifestyle. In addition to referring to numbers, 798 generally refers to Beijing 798 Art District, or Dashanzi Art District, Dashanzi 798 Factory Art District, etc. The name of the Art District is derived from the name of the old state-owned electronics industry factory in Beijing. The 798 consensus was formed during the development of the 798 Art District. Therefore, 798 also refers to a cultural concept derived from this art district, as well as a fashionable way of living and working in LOFT, referred to as 798 lifestyle or 798 way. It has become a new landmark of Beijing urban culture.

  Transportation: Bus line: Metro Line 4 → Metro Line 2 → No. 401, the whole journey is about 21.7 kilometers

  1. Take Metro Line 4 from Beijing South Railway Station, and after 3 stops, arrive at Xuanwumen Station

  2. Take Metro Line 2, pass 8 stops, and arrive at Dongzhimen Station (you can also take Metro Line 2)

  3. Walk about 150 meters to arrive at Dongzhimen Station

  4. Take No. 401, go through 9 stops, and arrive at Dashanzi Intersection South Station (you can also take No. 909)

  5. Walk about 50 meters to reach Beijing 798 Art District

  By the way, this park does not charge tickets, just enter casually

There are many restaurants in it, the consumption level is medium to high, and the student party is cautious.

my favorite big dino quack

Here comes the important point: Authentic Beijing snacks are on the way

  Every time Huguo Temple is mentioned, it seems that there is "more energy than energy", especially in Huguosi Street, which always feels that it is a tourist attraction. . . . Can I have a bite of this?

  Huguo Temple snacks are one of the representatives of local snacks in Beijing. They are famous for their rich varieties, outstanding characteristics, and profound historical and cultural heritage. There are more than 80 kinds of snacks, including Aiwowo, Donkey Roll, Pea Yellow, Elephant Nose Cake, Sanzi Twist, Motuan, Jiaohuan, Noodle Tea, Offal Soup, Bean Juice, etc. It gathers the essence of Beijing-style snacks and is popular in Beijing and all over the country. Loved by guests from all over the world and praised by foreign friends.

  Address: Exit B, Exit Ping'anli, Metro Line 4, and go forward less than 50 meters

  Friends who are brave enough, I suggest you have a bowl of soybean juice to try

old beijing broiled meat

  Beijingers' love for it is far beyond your imagination. Anyway, I have loved it since I was a child. So don't miss it when you come to Beijing.

  The Sijiucheng I introduced is a store opened by an old Beijinger, very authentic

  New store with old craftsmanship, this is a century-old shop in the capital, Mr. Wang Xifu, the descendant of the famous chef Wang Dianchen from the former Gusu restaurant Zhimeizhai, and the master of Yushan pastry.

  Today, when West Point is sweeping up the market, the quintessence of the country should be self-improvement, the essence of products, about 10 yuan for a dim sum is actually more affordable than a piece of West Point for about 30 yuan, is the afternoon tea for sisters very comfortable?

  Address: Frontage on the first floor of Huguo Xintiandi, No. 85, Huguosi Street, Xinjiekou Street, Exit B of Ping'anli Subway Station.

  Stewed and boiled - I often eat Yang Laohei stewed in Tianqiao, and I have also been on the "Gourmet Map" program of Beijing TV station. Many friends said that they are not used to this taste, so it’s up to you whether you eat it or not.

  Transportation: Get off at Yuntong No. 106 overpass and get off (there is also the earliest Deyun club here, you can listen to cross talk by the way)

Dongzhimen Guijie

  Guijie (Ghost Street) is the name of the Beijing people for the catering street in Dongzhimen, Dongcheng District. There are many embassies in the surrounding area, which has created Guijie's unique geographical advantages. The profit created by foreign guests for Guijie is as high as 35 million yuan every year. On this Dongnei Avenue with a total length of 1442 meters, there are more than 150 commercial shops along the street, including 148 catering services, accounting for more than 90% of all shops on Dongnei Avenue. The density of restaurants is so high, I am afraid that there will be no second restaurant in Beijing.

  Guijie I suggest to come here at night, the nightlife begins.

  Address: Get out of Dongzhimen Subway Station, take a random bus, get off at Dongnei Street, or walk for a few minutes.

Guijie is most famous for gluttonous frogs, Ma Xiao, grilled fish, etc. You can come and try

Those "secret bases" in Beijing that are fun but not crowded

  NO1: Wudaoying Hutong

  Wudaoying Hutong is located in the north of Dongcheng District, Beijing, on the east side of Andingmen Overpass, under the jurisdiction of Andingmen Sub-district Office, and runs east-west. It starts from Lama Temple Street in the east, ends in Andingmen Inner Street in the west, connects with Jianchang Hutong in the south, and has two branch alleys leading to Andingmen East Street in the north. The total length is 632 meters, the width is 6 meters, and the asphalt road surface.

  Address: Exit D, Lama Temple, Metro Line 5

  This is right next to the Lama Temple, so you can visit the Lama Temple by the way,

  In this alley, there are many interesting and romantic restaurants, cafes, and small shops. Behind the shops are courtyards and houses. In the morning, you can see the aunt wearing a drag board and carrying a large enamel bowl to buy tofu nao. In the evening, you can see young artists dressed in fashion. In the alley, foreigners pedal bicycles to shuttle freely among them, and children are digging holes in the sand and playing, and by chance, they can hear the shouts of "sharpening scissors... shoveling kitchen knives!"

NO2: The center of the universe---Wudaokou

  You will definitely ask: why is it called the center of the universe?

  First of all: this place brings together many first-class universities in the universe and universities that are very close to the first-class universities in the universe. For example: Tsinghua University, science and technology, language, agriculture, address, aerospace and so on.

  Second: There are many famous companies in Wudaokou. For example: Google, Baidu, Microsoft, Sina, Sohu, etc.

  Finally: that is what I think is the most powerful: this place is really delicious

  Within a radius of 500 meters, there are 3 KFCs, 3 711s, 3 Jiahes, 2 Biggers, 2 Pizza Huts...

  I don’t know how many Korean BBQ Japanese cuisine North and South restaurants...

  Of course, the most important thing is that they pop up one after another at night, leaving a mess of mala tang, barbecue, pancakes...

  Wudaokou is really the only place like this.

To be continued Continuous update