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The Join-in Tour means we have a van to meet every tourist at their address in downtown Xi'an and become a tour group to tour in Xi'an. It is cheap and convenient for the individual tourists.

 

Xi'an ranks the first among all ancient capital cities in China. It became the cultural and political centre of China in the 11th century BC with the founding of the Zhou Dynasty. Since then, Xi’an was the capital for 13 dynasties controlling whole or part of China, including several of the most important dynasties in Chinese history, such as Han Dynasty and Tang Dynasty. Xi’an is the home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, and along with Luoyang city, Xi'an is also the starting point of the Silk Road in the East. It is the most significant influencing ancient capital in China and one of the most important birthplace of the civilization of China. So far, Xian enjoys equal fame with Athens, Cairo and Rome as one of the four major ancient civilization capitals in the world.

 

Joining our Day Tours to enjoy the marvel of China Ancient Metallurgical Technology – Copper Carriage for the emperor Qinshihuang around 2300 year ago and the World's No.8 Wonder – Terracotta Warriors, explore and discover the history and secrets of this old but vibrant city would be an unforgettable experience of you.

  • Duration1 Days Depature dateDaily Traffic between citiesCar
    From CNY 360 p/psave-360 745 P paid attention
    Itinerary Features:
        Xian  ranks  first  among  all  ancient  capital  cities  in  China.  Its  time  to  be  the  capital  is  the  longest,  the  quantity  of  dynasties  which  made  Xian  as  their  capital  is  the  most  (13  dynasties  placed  their  capitals  here.)  in  its  over &...
  • Duration1 Days Depature dateDaily Traffic between citiesCar
    From CNY 450 p/psave-450 595 P paid attention
    Itinerary Features:
        On  this  tour  you  will  visit  the  Emperor’sTerracotta  Army.  These  terracotta  warriors  and  horses  are  the  size  of  a  realarmy,  and  were  buried  alongside  the  Emperor  in  a  vast  underground  palace.  Todaythey  constitute  a  spectacular  monument  to  the  power &nb...
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