Chinese TOUR PACKAGES AND PRICING – 2016
AFFORDABLE FORMULA 1™ GRAND PRIX TRAVEL PACKAGES
F1 Grand Prix Tours will provide you with a great opportunity to experience the 2016 Chinese F1 Grand Prix as well as the sights, sounds and people of China. We can offer you a superior International 5 star hotel, centrally located just off the famous Nan Jin Road, in the heart of Shanghai city, surrounded by tens of top grade restaurants, cafe and bars. The location is perfect for shopping, business or leisure, hundreds of restaurants nearby, buses, cabs, underground metro all only a few steps away. Combined with your return flights, general admission or grandstand race tickets, to form the basis of an unforgettable 2016 Chinese Formula 1 travel package.
You must book a minimum of 3 nights, which may be extended on request, to give you more time to explore Shanghai and the region’s numerous tourist attractions.
Shanghai is located about 60 km from the Shanghai Grand Prix racing circuit. Without a doubt a great choice for your 2016 F1 Chinese Grand Prix tour.
China And Shangai AS A TRAVEL DESTINATION
China kept itself to itself for thousands of years, and foreigners still find it difficult to penetrate the inner depths of this fascinating and enigmatic country. What makes it attractive as a destination for Western tourists is its fascinating culture and valuable antiquities. China is the cultural treasure-house of East Asia: its social riches and 5,000 years of tumultuous history place it among the world’s greatest travel destinations. The Great Wall, X’ian’s Terracotta Army, the Forbidden Palace and Tiananmen Square: the very names reverberate with history and legend. China’s paradoxes are many: Shanghai’s skyscrapers contrast with Beijing’s historical treasures, while in rural provinces, mechanization is slow.
For the duration of your 2016 F1 Chinese Grand Prix tour, you will be based in a hotel located in the heart of Shanghai. Shanghai, the largest city in China, is an amazing mix of the ancient and hi-tech western civilization. It is a multi-cultural metropolis with both modern and traditional Chinese features, a cosmopolitan city buzzing with the concept of ‘lifestyle revolution’, showcased in the architectural temples of art, fine dining and contemporary urban living on the Bund. A prosperous city, Shanghai offer visitors some of the world’s grandest sights