Terracotta Warriors Tour
Combine the world-famous Terracotta Warriors with more of Xi'an's best sights in this 2-day Xi'an tour. Feel free to click the blue "tailor-made" button and tell us your requirements!
from $219 Price detail
- Why choose it: Terracotta Warriors, cycling on the ancient City Wall, meals at local restaurants, selected hotels at central location, flexible for adding interesting experiences.
- Tour Code: XA-1
- Departure Date: You Choose
- Tour Type: Private tour (your own tour guide, driver & car)
Check in upon arrival. Today we will make every minute count. First learn some history and see some of China's most precious historical items at Shaanxi History Museum.
After lunch, take a cycling trip on the ancient City Wall to hear the history’s echo. The walls, ramparts, gates and watchtowers form one of the oldest and most complete city defenses still around.
Factory visit: Xi'an Imperial Fine Arts Center, where you will get to know the art of jade carving, and shop for quality jade and lacquer ware (no pressure to buy).
You could add (at extra cost):
In the afternoon: attend dumpling making class - learn to make dumplings and taste the fruits of your labor
In the evening: Watch Tang Dynasty Show - a song and dance show that re-makes the prime time of the Tang Dynasty, one of China's most prosperous eras
Meals: western breakfast at your hotel, Chinese lunch at Qianzhou Restaurant (your tour guide will help you order)
Note: We leave dinners open to ensure your full flexibility. Feel free to ask your tour guide for recommendation.
Today is going to be splendid as we will tour the famous Xi’an tourist attraction: The Terracotta Warriors & Horses and Big Wild Goose Pagoda.
We will arrange battery tourist cart to take you to the pits, and with your tour guide's narration you will appreciate the marvelous Terracotta warriors in full battle array of Emperor Qin's tomb. Then go to visit the Chinese-style architecture combined with dozens of Buddhist historic statues and murals at Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is also the symbol of Xi'an city.
The rest of today will be free at leisure. Xi’an tour guide will see you off at the airport when it’s time to say goodbye. Thanks for taking this Xi’an tour with us!
Meals: western breakfast at your hotel, Chinese Lunch at A Wa Shan Zhai Restaurant (your tour guide will help you order)
- The price is valid until March 31st, 2013.
- Normally hotels allow a maximum of 3 adults per room with an extra bed, at extra charge.
- Tour price is indicative only, please inquire for a detailed quotation.
- More people more discounts.
Tour Length: 2 Days
Excellent Local Guides
We selected the most experienced tour guides in each city. They are all very professional and flexible during the tour with oustanding knowledge of all the sites and history.
Our Luxury Car for Families
We use the modern air-conditioned luxury cars for families or 2-3 persons. The comfort and safety of our customers is of utmost importance, so we ensure that all of the vehicles that we use are well-maintained and always very clean.
Comfortable People Carrier for Small Groups
We use only air-conditioned small buses for small groups of 4-7 persons. Our drivers are very nice and careful with over 5-year drive experience.
- Price Inclusion
- Price Exclusion
- Centrally Located Hotels
- Authentic Chinese Food
- Private Cars and Drivers
- Private Guides
- Airport Taxes and Fuel Fees
- Entrance Fees
- Service Charge & Government Taxes
- Luggage Transfers
- International Airfare or Train Tickets to enter or leave China
- China Entry Visa Fees
- Excess Baggage Charges
- Personal Expenses
- Single Room Supplement.
We were extremely pleased with her professionalism, punctuality, knowldge of Xian history, command of the Enlglish language and her quiet, pleasant attitude. We we would highly recommend her to anyone who wanted a wonderful experience of touring Xian. Read more
Diane July 2, 2012
The highlight was of course our visit to see the Terracotta Warriors and Horses - what a remarkable experience this was! We will never forget the impact this amazing spectacle had on us. Read more
Kevin March 15, 2012