About This Trip
Uncover the wonders of ancient Xi'an with a 144-hour visa-free stay! Start by exploring the majestic City Wall, immersing yourself in its rich historical heritage. Marvel at the breathtaking Terracotta Warriors, a true global marvel. Dive into the vibrant atmosphere of Muslim Street, savoring local delicacies and embracing the fusion of cultures. Discover tomb customs and vital scenes of the Han Dynasty, the era just after the Terracotta Warrior's time.
Ancient City Wall, Muslim Street, Xi'an Museum, Small Wild Goose Pagoda
Terracotta Warriors, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda
Hanyangling Museum, Departure
Day 1: Xi'an, Arrival
Welcome to Xi'an, the ancient capital of China!
Upon your arrival, you will be greeted and escorted to your hotel. Take some time to relax or venture out to a local restaurant to try the authentic biangbiang noodles, a specialty of the region.
Day 2: Xi'an, City Wall & Muslim Street
After breakfast, commence your day with a visit to Xi'an Museum, where the captivating history of Xi'an is unveiled. Explore the nearby Small Wild Goose Pagoda, known for its unique architectural style and the fascinating stories behind its multiple renovations due to earthquakes.
Next, head to the historic City Wall, which has stood for centuries. Take a leisurely walk or rent a bicycle to circle on the top of the wall and admire the panoramic views of the city. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Muslim Street, where you can sample Xi'an's culinary delights, such as lamb skewers, roujiamo (a Chinese-style hamburger), and an array of mouthwatering noodles.
Day 3: Terracotta Warriors & the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda
Embark on the exciting journey to the world-famous Terracotta Warriors. Arranged in a solemn and orderly manner, they depict the grandeur and majesty of ancient warfare. Each Terracotta Warrior is lifelike, with different expressions, costumes, and weapons based on their roles and positions.
Then, delve into the Bronze Chariots and Horses, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and a sense of solemnity. Every detail reflects the ingenuity and skill of the artisans.
Afterward, drive about one hour back to the city and visit the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, a significant Buddhist pilgrimage site built during the Tang Dynasty. Listen to the story of monk Xuanzang as you explore the pagoda and surrounding gardens.
Day 4: Departure
On your final day, visit the Hanyangling Museum, where you can walk on glass bridges and observe the well-preserved artifacts displaying vital scenes of the Han Dynasty, an empire following the Qin Dynasty boasting the legendary Terracotta Warriors.
Afterward, your journey in Xi'an comes to a close as you are transferred to the airport.
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