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Who is hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics?. Beijing was selected as host city of the 2022 Winter Olympics on 31 July 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. . Where can I purchase 2022 Beijing Winter Games Tickets?If you are trying to get tickets to the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing, send your event request to . Ole Ole will continue to update all
<h2><b>Who is hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics?</b></h2><h2>Beijing was selected as host&nbsp;city&nbsp;of the 2022&nbsp;Winter Olympics&nbsp;on 31 July 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.<br><br><b>Where can I purchase 2022 Beijing Winter Games Tickets?</b><p>If you are trying to get tickets to the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing, send your event request to;</p><p>Ole Ole will continue to update all information as it becomes available regarding the acquisition, prices, points of sale, and other details on how to purchase&nbsp;2022 Beijing Winter Games&nbsp;tickets.&nbsp;</p><p><b>What are the new 2022 Winter Olympic events?</b></p><p>Seven new Winter Olympic events were added to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Womens mono bobsled, Short track mixed team relay, Ski Jumping mixed team event, Freestyle skiing big air (men and women), Aerials Mixed team event, and Snowboarding cross mixed team event.&nbsp;</p><p><b>What are the most difficult tickets to purchase for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games?</b><br></p><p>The Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Figure Skating at the Capital Indoor Stadium, Ice Hockey, Short track, Ski Jumping, Snowboarding, and Speed Skating are always the oversold events, with tickets nearly impossible to purchase.</p><p><b>Where can I purchase Hotel rooms for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games?&nbsp;</b></p><p> has hotel rooms available now for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, if you're interested&nbsp;send a request.&nbsp;</p><p>Hotel packages with or without a ticket are available through now.<br></p><p>Ole Ole will be posting additional information and the availability of&nbsp;2022 Beijing Winter Games Packages&nbsp;as they are released for booking.</p><p></p></h2><h2><br></h2><p><a href="">Contact Ole Ole for group tickets and packages</a>.&nbsp;</p><p><span style="font-size: 2rem;">2022 Beijing Winter Games Schedule</span></p><p>For a complete <b>2022 Beijing Winter Games Schedule</b> visit our Schedule Page. You can also <b>download the 2022 Winter Games Schedule</b> to your calendar.&nbsp;</p><h2>2022 Beijing Winter Games Venue Information&nbsp;</h2><p>There are 25 venues for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, which are located in three distinctive areas. One in Beijing, one in Yanqing, and one in Zhangjiakou. There are 12 venues in the Beijing area with six venues located in the Olympic Park. Check inventory at <a href="" target="_blank"></a>.</p><h3>Beijing Area Olympic Park Venues&nbsp;</h3><p>There are 12 venues in the Beijing area, five are competition venues, and seven are non-competition venues, which are for ice sports events. Beijing Olympic Park will be the main area for the 2022 Winter Olympics, and&nbsp;<b>Beijing Olympic Park hotels</b>&nbsp;will be in high demand.</p><p>In addition to the existing Bird's Nest, the Water Cube, Beijing National Indoor Stadium, and the China National Convention Center, a new Olympic village is currently being constructed south of the Olympic Sports Center Stadium and the National Speed Skating Oval in the west of the park.</p><p><b>Ceremony venue and three competition venues in the Olympic Park</b></p><p>Beijing National Stadium&nbsp;will be the location for the opening and closing ceremonies.</p><p>The Beijing National Aquatics Center&nbsp;will be the location for curling competitions and will be able to accommodate an audience of 4,000 people.</p><p>Beijing National Indoor Stadium&nbsp;will serve as the venue for men's ice hockey, and it can accommodate 18,000 people.</p><p>The National Speed Skating Oval&nbsp;is a new venue built for speed skating events, an audience of 12,000 people will be able to watch the games there.</p><p>Capital Gymnasium&nbsp;holds a capacity of 18,000 spectators to watch short track and figure skating competitions.</p><p>Wukesong Indoor Stadium&nbsp;is the venue to be used for women's ice hockey and can accommodate an audience of 9,000 spectators.</p><h3>Zhangjiakou&nbsp;Area Venues</h3><p>Located in Hebei Province, Zhangjiakou is known as "Asia's Davos" and is home to the largest ski resort in North China. It is the primary location for snow events. Snowboarding, freestyle skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined, the biathlon, and 50 other events will take place at Zhangjiakou. Eight venues, including five competition venues and three non-competition venues, are in this area.</p><h3>Yanqing Area Venues</h3><p>Yanqing is a district in the northwest of Beijing. As a co-organizer of snow projects, alpine skiing, bobsleigh/skeleton, luge, and 20 other events will be held there. Five venues are in this area, including three new sites and two temporary venues.</p><h2>Transportation for the Winter Games</h2><p>A high-speed railway linking Beijing, Yanqing, and Zhangjiakou are available to ensure adequate transportation services are available for the 2022 Winter Olympics. It will take about 20 minutes to travel by train from Beijing North Railway Station to Yanqing and 53 minutes to get to Zhangjiakou. All the hotels listed on have easy access to transportation to the venues.</p><h3>Beijing Urban Transportation</h3><p>Beijing has 30 subway lines in operation with a total length of 1,177 kilometers. The subway is inexpensive and efficient, so every venue and activity is easily accessible.</p>
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Things to do During the 2022 Beijing Winter Games. Beijing is the capital of Chinese civilization, anchored by foreboding temples and palaces, riddled with vast boulevards, and surrounded by the concentric circles of its ring roads. While visiting for the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games encountering these mighty surges of people and traffic,
<h2>Things to do During the 2022 Beijing Winter Games</h2><p>Beijing is the capital of Chinese civilization, anchored by foreboding temples and palaces, riddled with vast boulevards, and surrounded by the concentric circles of its ring roads. While visiting for the <b>2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games </b>encountering these mighty surges of people and traffic, Beijing retains pockets of pedestrian charm. Get caught in the fast lane, and there's nowhere more intense. Hang out in the gaps, where kites fly, tai chi flows, and old-timers chat, and Beijing can feel almost peaceful.</p><p>It all adds up to a city that requires both time and patience but offers rich rewards. Whether you're after the upturned eaves and imperial palaces of ancient China, the pomp and power of communist China, or the malls, jackhammers, and gridlock of rising China, Beijing serves all needs. Here are OleOle's picks for the best things to do in this one-of-a-kind city during the&nbsp;<b>2022 Beijing Winter Games</b>.</p><h3>Explore the Forbidden City</h3><p>The Forbidden City is a MUST visit during the <b>2022 Winter Olympic Games</b>. This 720,000 square-meter complex of red-walled pavilions and halls topped by a sea of glazed red tile, the Forbidden City is the largest palace in the world. It receives more visitors than any other attraction in the country. The Forbidden City is shrouded in history and is impervious to an excess of hype. It is extensive and compelling enough to draw repeat visits from even the most jaded travelers.&nbsp;</p><h3>Walk on the Great Wall</h3><p>Seeing the Great Wall for the first time is sure to get the blood flowing, for the full experience, you need to be prepared to walk. The section near&nbsp;Jinshanling&nbsp;is still in a different state of repair, with some areas freshly restored, others thoroughly crumbling. It runs over steep peaks, through patches of astonishing wilderness, and is a worthy introduction to this magnificent monument.</p><h3>Eat Like a Local</h3><p>For authentic, affordable Chinese cuisine, it's hard to beat the city's night market and outdoor street stalls, which come alive after dark. Chaotic spots like the&nbsp;Donghuamen Night Market&nbsp;and&nbsp;Wangfujing Snack Street, you can throw yourself into jostling crowds and vendors selling homestyle noodles, kebabs, hot pot, and, for more adventurous diners, scorpions and other insects. Perfect for an Olympic Selfie!&nbsp;</p><h3>Navigate Manmade Waterways</h3><p>Beijing's busy streets have become increasingly hazardous for those seeking to explore the capital on foot. The solution is a wander around the metropolis just below the pavement level on its humanmade waterways. The network is a combination of ancient canals, historic moats, and modern water features. The excellent pedestrian access takes walkers past gleaming skyscrapers and ramshackle hovels and beneath giant intersections.</p><h3>Marvel at the Workers' Cultural Palace</h3><p>This beautiful slice of imperial architecture is rarely busy, despite being located right next to the Forbidden City. The palace features much of the same architecture, grandeur, and historical gravitas of the Forbidden City yet is overlooked by many tourists. You will not be disappointed if you put these sites on your list to visit during your&nbsp;<b>2022 Beijing Olympic Games</b>&nbsp;trip.</p><h3>Ice Skating at Shichahai</h3><p>During the <b>2022 Beijing Winter Olympics,</b> make sure to visit the network of three lakes that run north of the Forbidden City. Shichahai is essential when you visit Beijing in February when&nbsp;Houhai,&nbsp;the southernmost lake, turns into a unique natural skate rink. There are also fun chair sleds for hire. Be sure to return in the evening, when Houhai Lake serves as a backdrop for late-night dining, cocktails, and twilight boat rides.</p><h3>Mao's Mausoleum</h3><p>After Mao Zedong died in 1976, the Communist Party, which he had molded in his image, ignored his wish to be cremated and instead embalmed his body for permanent display. Mao's crystal coffin is raised from its underground refrigeration unit each morning, and there is a guaranteed line of devotees outside ready to pay their respects. Whatever your feelings about Mao, it's a memorable experience. Just a note, this is the most revered man in China, so maintain a respectful demeanor while visiting.&nbsp;</p><h3>View Ancient Chinese Artifacts</h3><p>After a massive restoration effort that cost nearly $400 million, the&nbsp;National Museum,&nbsp;three times the size of the Louvre in Paris, will impress with its collection of more than one million cultural relics from China's lengthy history. Don't miss the exhibit on Ancient China, which covers in exhaustive detail the prehistoric era through China's Qing dynasty, the last of all the dynasties.</p><h3>Visit Imperial Glories at the Summer Palace</h3><p>Constructed from 1749 to 1764, this expanse of elaborate Qing-style pavilions, bridges, walkways, and gardens, scattered along the shores of immense Kunming Lake, is the grandest imperial playground in China. Between 1860 and 1903, the Summer Palace was twice leveled by foreign armies and then rebuilt. It's most often associated with the beautiful Empress Dowager Cixi, who made it her full-time residence.</p><h3>Enjoy the View at Jingshan Park</h3><p>If you want an unobstructed aerial view of the Forbidden City, this is where you'll find it. Pull out that camera and get those selfies! The park's central hill was built using earth leftover from the digging of the imperial moat and was the highest point in the city during the Ming dynasty. A tree on the east side of the hill marks the spot where the last Ming emperor, Chongzhen, supposedly hanged himself in 1644, just before Manchu and rebel armies overran the city. The original tree, derided as the "guilty sophora" during the Qing dynasty, was hacked down by Red Guards, who failed to recognize a fellow anti-imperialist.</p>