In the early morning, get picked up at your Beijing downtown hotel (your driver will wait for you and hold a sign with your name), then be taken to the Beijing airport to catch the early flight to Xian, one of the four ancient capital cities in Chinese history. Upon your arrival in Xian, greeted by local Xian guide and driver at the arrival hall who will also hold a sign with your name.
The attractions you will pay a visit to during the touring day are totally under your preference. When you finish activities in Xian, the guide and driver will transfer you to airport to fly back to Beijing. When landing in Beijing, you will also be transferred to your Beijing downtown hotel safely. Our service ends here.
Here we have listed some top popular attractions and the brief introductions. You are suggested to preview the list and make a foremast decision about your ideal sites. Generally speaking, one-day time will only suffice at most 2-3 sites in view of your flight schedule.
Terracotta Warriors Museum: Known as “the Eighth Wonder of the World,” the museum shows a surprisingly high number of sculpture which makes it the most significant archaeological discovery of the 20th century.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda: A well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists. It was built to hold sutras and figurines of the Buddha that were brought to China from India by the Buddhist translator and travelers Monk Xuanzang.
Huaqing Hot Spring: Close to Terracotta Warriors, it’s an imperial residence that contains royal hot spring and entertaining garden of Xuanzong Emperor and his beloved concubine Yang Yuhuan in Tang Dynasty.
City Wall : The most complete and well-preserved as well as the largest city wall in China. It was built for the military defense in the ancient time. Since it encloses the city, you have an option to ride a bike on top of the city wall.
The Great Mosque: A main Islam place for religious activities in Xian. Different from the Mosque in Arabic, the Mosque here in Xian possesses a lot of Chinese traditional style in both its design and artistic outlook.
Shaanxi History Museum: It is regarded as “the pearl of ancient dynasties and house of Chinese treasures”, which is one of the biggest museums in China. It houses the cultural heritage of Shaanxi Province and shows the development of the Chinese civilization. (Closed on every Monday.)
Bell & Drum Tower Square-Muslim Quarter: Located in the center of Xian city, they are symbols of Xian. You can find many authentic local snacks or handy-crafts at Muslim Quarter which is a famous food street in Xian even in China.
There are also some other places worth going like Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Xian Museum, Yongxing Fang, Banpo Museum, ect. Please note if you decide where to go.