7-Day Small Group China Tour Package by Train: Beijing – Xi’an – Shanghai - 7 Days

7-Day Small Group China Tour Package by Train: Beijing - Xi'an - Shanghai

7-Day Small Group China Tour Package by Train: Beijing – Xi’an – Shanghai. Experience the beauty of Beijing, Xian and Shanghai with a 7-day small group China tour! This all-inclusive China tour packages includes all train rides!

7-Day Small Group China Tour Package by Train: Beijing – Xi’an – Shanghai

• Beijing.
• Xi’an.
• Shanghai.
• Tiananmen Square.
• Forbidden City.
• Great Wall.
• Terracotta Warriors and Horses.
• Shanghai the Bund.
• Small Group Leisure Tour.
• China Tour by Train.

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Day 1

A free transfer will be given from the airport to the local hotel. By keeping the name Baord at the exit, our driver will wait for you and send you to the hotel to check in.

For your own discovery, the remainder of the day will be open.

Day 2
Beijing Mutianyu Great Wall & Ming Tomb Bus Tour

We’ll begin our amazing China tour package after breakfast as you meet your tour guide at a pre-confirmed time and head out on a fantastic Beijing tour.

Next, we’re going to visit Changling, one of the Thirteen Ming Tombs. Changling is the tomb of Zhu Di and his Empress Xu, the 2nd Ming Dynasty Emperor. It is considered to be the greatest one in Beijing among the 13 Ming Tombs.

You will be escorted to Mutianyu Great Wall after a Chinese-style lunch, which is 73 km from Beijing city area and the drive will last around 1 hour.

It will be a nice opportunity to see the Chinese capital’s urban and suburban scenery. The most scenic portion of the Chinese Great Wall is the Mutianyu Great Wall. It was constructed in 1368 at the beginning of the Ming Dynasty and extends to 5400 meters. The vegetation covers 90 percent of the Mutianyu. So this portion of the Great Wall will treat tourists with its unique scenery every season. The time to visit the Great Wall will be 2 hours or so. If hiking is too much for you, there’s an optional cable car available.

You will also stop at the Jade Carving Factory during today ‘s tour to learn about Chinese jade culture and enjoy some beautiful jade artworks. To learn about some history of tea drinking as well as the Chinese Tea Market and you might optionally try some kinds of the best Chinese tea.

You will be moved back to your downtown hotel at about 5:00 pm, after all the events.

Day 3
Beijing City Tour - Xi'an by Train

In the morning, our guide will meet you at a pre-confirmed time for the Yoru Beijing City Tour in the hotel lobby.

The first stop is Tian’anmen Square, the world’s largest downtown square, and the site of New China’s founding ceremony on Oct 1st, 1949. You will arrive at the entrance to the Forbidden City from here, which used to be the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

Forbidden City is listed among the top five palaces in the world as the world’s largest and best-preserved structured wooden palace complex.

We will then pay a brief visit to the Silk Market and return to the Temple of Heaven. It’s a place where emperors went to pray for heaven and pray for agricultural harvest on a set day every year. There are a few other buildings constructed surrounding the Temple of Heaven to prepare things required for worship and prayer.

You’ll then enjoy lunch and pay a quick visit to the Pearl Store.

We’ll continue the Summer Palace tour after that. In China, it is the largest current imperial garden.

The tour will end here and you will be escorted to the train station in West Beijing to catch the Xian overnight train.

Day 4
Xian Terracotta Warriors Tour

Our local guide or driver will be waiting for you at the train station upon arrival at Xian Train Station, holding a board that says your name and beginning the group tour to the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum.

Renowned as the eighth wonder of the world, the Terracotta Warriors impress you with thousands of real-sized figures of troops, generals, and horses.

You’ll go to the Banpo Museum after lunch. It’s a tribal residential ruin dating back 6000 years. Here you will witness the principal tribe ‘s housing ruins, daily-use posts, production equipment, burial method, and art information.

You will be escorted to the hotel after an all-day walk.

Day 5
Xian City Tour - Shanghai by Train

In the morning, our tour guide will meet you at hotel lobby at a pre-confirmed time.

To start the day we will travel to the Small Wild Goose Pagoda. The whole scenic area looks like an ancient Chinese garden and you will also have an opportunity to visit the Xian Museum beside the Pagoda.

Then we will drive to visit North Square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda. Strolling along the square, you will find all buildings are built with Tang Dynasty architecture style.

After lunch, we head to 600 years old City Wall. It was built in the Ming Dynasty as the military defensive system, but today it circles the inner city of Xian. Here you can rent a bike and enjoy a scenic ride around the wall (own expense, optional).

The last stops will be to the Bell Tower and Drum Tower Square, and Muslim Quarter where you view of the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower and try many local snacks.

Finally you will be transferred to Xian Station to catch an overnight fast train to Shanghai.

Day 6
Shanghai City Tour

Our local guide will wait for you at the exit upon arrival in Shanghai by keeping a welcome board stating your name and starting the tour.

We’ll launch our Shanghai tour on Old Street in Shanghai, where you’ll find a taste of Old Shanghai in the 1920s. You will come to Yuyuan Garden walking along the path, which was once a private garden of the Pan family and is open to the public after the establishment of a new China.

Next, you will be escorted to the Bund, where the best scenery of ancient and modern Shanghai can be seen.

We will visit one of Shanhgai’s most charming areas after lunch, Tianzifang, a mix of ancient and modern architecture, food, art , and music.

The final stop would be the Old French Concession, which used to be one of Shanghai’s two largest concessions.

You’ll eventually be escorted back to the hotel.

Day 7

It’s open for recreation or last-minute shopping today. You can choose to do it at your own pace.

A free airport transfer including a local driver at the end of the trip.