Take in China's fascinating and ancient history at one of the country's top archaeological wonders - the Terracotta Warriors, on this exciting half day tour of Xian's top attractions. Spend the morning at the breath-taking UNESCO World Heritage listed Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum and the 246BCE Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum, two of Xian's most iconic sights. This is the ideal trip for those short on time, but wanting to see the classic sights of one of China's most ancient cities.
The ideal private two day tour of one of China's most ancient cities, this customised two day tour of Xi'an will take you to explore a number of Xi'an's most famed attractions and sights. Along with your own expert local guide you'll visit places such as Xi'an City Wall, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Muslim Quarter, Xian Museum, Shaanxi History Museum, Small Wild Goose Pagoda and of course – the Terracotta Warriors. The highlight of the tour is a visit to the tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang, where you'll see some of the best preserved sections of one of China's most iconic archaeological discoveries. Truly a trip not to be missed!
Experience China's long and ancient history along with its rich culture on this ideal private one day tour to two of Xi'an's top attractions. Spend the morning at the fantastic UNESCO World Heritage listed Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, then visit Banpo Neolithic Village in the afternoon to see some fine examples of early Chinese architecture. Along the way, you'll stop at a delicious local restaurant for lunch and learn all about the sites you've just visited from your informative, English speaking guide.
The ideal one day tour to take in some of Xi'an's oldest sights, the Famen Temple and Qianlin Tomb. The first stop on the tour is Famen Temple, built during the Han dynasty some 2,000 years ago and one of the most important Buddhist temples in China. Later, take a break for lunch and enjoy some delicious authentic Chinese food at a local restaurant. Next up is Qianling Tomb which was built in the Tang Dynasty. See the impressive burials of Emperor Gao Zong and Empress Wu Zetian, the only female Emperor of China in four millennia.