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Uniworld - HIGHLIGHTS OF CHINA & THE YANGTZE

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A spellbinding odyssey through five thousand years of Chinese culture and history.

Your journey begins in Beijing at the huge Tiananmen Square, a nearly hundred-acre site that has witnessed a staggering number of major historic events, and concludes in Shanghai, a place known for its skyscrapers and acrobats, museums and teahouses. Along the way, you’ll discover man-made marvels and natural wonders.

Highlights:

  • 3-night Yangtze River cruise in a riverview Uniworld Signature Suite with a private balcony onboard the Century Paragon*
  • 7 nights in luxury hotels, including buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes and porterage*
  • 9 days of hosted excursions
  • 4 UNESO World Heritage sites

* Ship subject to change.

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