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Xi'an was the ancient capital of 13 imperial dynasties. It is said that if you want to see 800 years of China's history, visit Beijing, but if you want to see 3,000 years of China’s history, take a tour of Xi'an, which is the root of Chinese history and culture.
As a second-tier city, Xi'an's size equals 13 times that of New York and six times that of London with a population that's about twice the size of Sydney's. It looks like a modern city but its real beauty lies in the unparalleled historical and cultural atmosphere.
Our tailor-made Xi'an tours will allow you to discover the city with your local guide who will tell you the stories behind its historical relics.
You might want to know: When are there less tourists at the site of the Terracotta Army in a day? What type of bike has better shock-absorbing features when riding on the stone road of the ancient city wall? Which roujiamo shop is considered to be the best among the locals? Unveil these secrets day by day.
Xi'an has so many things to experience, not just the Terracotta Army and the ancient city wall. Our Xi'an tours will give you insight and an exclusive experience so you can fully appreciate the city and its people.
We believe an authentic travel experience goes beyond visiting the must-see attractions. We enable you to immerse yourself in local culture and life. The three experiences listed below give you an idea of what it would be like if you travel with us. Treat them as inspirations. Some of them are not included in the itineraries listed below. If you are interested in any of them, just tell your travel advisor and he/she will add them to your itinerary.
The Terracotta Army
+unique city discovery (Learn from local artisans in cave dwellings, try on Chinese ancient costumes…)
Xi'an Highlights +Mt. Hua
+Luoyang (the Longmen Grottoes, Shaolin Temple)
orextend to Pingyao Ancient Town / Beijing