Worth going to the park every day, don't mention the flowers and plants, just say that once you enter the park there is a wonderful way to get away from everything in the world, the whole thing is quiet and happy
Beijing's Olympic Park, located in Chaoyang District, is at the northern end of the central axis of Beijing. It has gathered several Olympic venues, including the most famous Bird's Nest, Water Cube and National Stadium, during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. After the Beijing Olympics, it has become an important tourist attraction. In the park, you can often see the battery car with tourists to visit the photo punching card.
Would recommend going at night as they light up all the structures。Its free to enter the park but you must pay to enter various facilities. We got there when they closed at 6 pm but we still got to see the lighting.
This trip to Hebei, Zhengding is a key point. For some reason, I changed to a hotel. I chose the Xiangfan Chain Hotel (Zhengding Ancient City Store), which is located in Changshan West Road and about 400 meters west of Zhengdingzilong Square. The surrounding area is very convenient and the facilities are more complete. Not far from the main attractions. The hotel has a parking lot and is on duty 24 hours a day, which is still very good for the self-driving family. The overall satisfaction of the room is relatively satisfactory. As a budget chain hotel, the facilities are OK and the sanitary conditions are right.
I like here.
📍 Detailed address: Olympic Forest Park is located in Lincui Road, North 5th Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 🚗 Traffic Raiders: The exit of the South Gate of Metro Line 8 is right away. 🕙Opening time: summer 6:00-21:00Winter one hour earlier Jingyuan 💰Ticket price: Free 🌟Highlight feature: Orson Fennan Park and North Park, bounded by the North 5th Ring Road, occupying an oversized area. The park is full of trees, flowers and plants, mainly arbor and shrubs, and the greening coverage is very high. There is also a plastic runway in Orson, suitable for long-distance running. The main plants are: cypress, firefly, poplar, pine, ginkgo, Lianzhao, magnolia, clove, hickory, February orchid, jade, aromatherapy, asparagus and so on. 📌 Small Tips: Hydrangea blooms in the park around May 1 every year, very beautiful. You can enter from the South Gate, to the left to low carbon pavilion, back hill slopes there are a few hydrangea. Or south garden west gate, to the left to the rose garden, along the way there are a few hydrangea.