Join the 4-day Xi’an City Tour to visit Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Ancient City Wall, Huaqing Pool, Shaanxi Historical Museum, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, and Bell Tower.
- Shaanxi Historical Museum
- Terracotta Warriors and Horses
- Giant Wild Goose Pagoda
- Huaqing Pool
- Ancient City Wall
- Dumpling Banquet &Tangshow
- Bell Tower
- Drum Tower
- Muslim Street
Day 1: Xi’an
It served as the capital of 11 dynasties in Xi’an, one of the oldest cities in China, and is known for being the starting point for the famous “Silk Route.” Our guide and driver will pick you up at the airport and take you to the city of Xi’an. You can take a walk along the Ancient City Wall and take a bicycle to the city wall. One of the best-preserved defense projects in ancient times was the Ming City wall.
After dinner, sign up at your hotel.
Day 2: Xi’an – Lintong – Xi’an
After breakfast, move you to Lintong, visit the impressive 2000-year-old Terracotta Warriors and Horses, a lifetime view of China‘s extraordinary 2200-year-old terra-cotta Force. Give yourself lunch at the local restaurant. Visit the Huaqing Hot Tub, known as Emperor Tangxuanzong and Lady Yang‘s favorite concubine.
Back to town.
Day 3: Xi’an
Spend the morning at the Shaanxi Historical Museum, one of the best museums in China. It is a big, modern national museum.
We’ll then visit the Pagoda of the Giant Wild Goose. The Giant Wild Goose Pagoda is a landmark of Xian and is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists. For panoramic views (admission not included), you have the choice of climbing it here.
We’ll enjoy a dumpling banquet in the evening and a popular Tang show.
Day 4: Xi’an
We’ll visit the Bell Tower and Drum Tower after breakfast, where you can get a bird’s eye view of the city from the roof, and drop off at the Bell Tower.
First, we’re going to move down the shopping street, which is the middle district, the northern district, the southern district. There’s a cultural plaza, a performance center, and restaurants in every neighborhood. Enjoy the local food in the Muslim Quarter.
Xi’an‘s Great Mosque is a quiet and historic mosque that has served the Muslim community of Xi’an for more than a millennium. Its buildings are the largest and best-preserved ancient mosques in China, a fascinating combination of Chinese and Arabic styles.
We’ll move you to the airport afterward.
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