The National Stadium in Beijing, also known as the “Bird’s Nest,” launched the trial operation of a “Dual-Olympic” themed tourism route , which will officially open to visitors for the upcoming five-day May Day holiday.

Beijing is the world’s first city to have held both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games and the stadium, initially designed for the 2008 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, was put into use again during the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

The tourism route links nearly 10 sightseeing spots, Dual-Olympic where visitors will be able to tour the main stage of the Games’ opening and closing ceremonies and learn about the cutting-edge technologies behind the visual feasts and climb onto the highest point of the stadium to get a closer look at how the fireworks were set off and overlook the panoramic view of the city’s Olympic Park.

Built on the Olympic Green, Beijing National Stadium, or the Bird’s Nest Stadium, as it has become known, is the biggest stadium in Beijing and an important Olympic venue, which staged the 2008 Summer Olympics.

The outer shell is the world’s largest steel structure, forming part of the most complex Olympic stadium ever constructed. Some would even go as far as to say it is one of the key engineering marvels in the world today.

The 2022 Winter Olympics are around the corner. The Beijing National Stadium will witness the start of the 2022 Winter Olympics, as it is the opening and closing ceremonies venue, and will become the only stadium in the world to host both summer and winter Olympic Games ceremonies.

In response to the current COVID-19 epidemic, the stadium implements strict epidemic prevention policies to create a safe travel environment for tourists. Visitors are also required to pass temperature checks and present a green health code before entry.

Source: This news is originally published by cgtn

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