Experience the Terra Cotta Warriors of Xi'an
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Xi'an One Day Tour (Private) by Jack78
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Xi'an One Day Tour (Private)

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

See the ancient underground army of terra cotta warriors and horses at Xi'an

Highlights

  • Xi'an
  • Terracotta Warriors and Horses
  • Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Inclusions

  • Round Trip Airport Transfers in Xi'an
  • Deluxe Traditional Chinese Lunch
  • Main Entrance Fees
  • English Speaking Guide

Exclusions

  • Round Trip Airplane Tickets
  • Airport Transfers in Beijing
  • Gratuities

Please Note

  • Customers can contact Gray Line Beijing to arrange their separately priced flights to and from Xi'an. However, please note that in order to do this, customers must be in Beijing at least 48 hours prior to their intended departure. These flight arrangements must be made while the customer is in Beijing. A full name and passport number will also be needed
  • Please notify at least 72 hours in advance of health conditions, special food requests, or if you are physically challenged

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ITINERARY

Guests will need to take the earliest flight from Beijing to Xi'an – it will depart from Beijing around 7:30 a.m. and takes about 90 minutes.

Upon your arrival in Xi'an, our local tour guide will greet you at the airport. Immerse yourself in the history of Beijing with the assistance of your own personal guide! From there, our tour of Xi'an begins. Driving for about 90 minutes, we will arrive at the Qin Dynasty Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. Reputed as one of the eight wonders of the world, the Great Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s 2200 year old, under ground army contains over 8000 terracotta warriors and horses.

After a delicious Chinese lunch, we will Visit the Xi'an ceramic and lacquer factory for a demonstration in pottery making, followed by time for souvenir shopping.

Then we will visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is completed in 652 AD during the Tang Dynasty, houses Buddhist scriptures brought to China from India by the famed monk Xuanzang. The translation of these scriptures into Chinese helped establish Buddhism as one of China's major belief systems, alongside Toaism and Confucianism. The seven-story square pagoda has towered over Xi'an for centuries, surviving wars and earthquakes.

After the tour, our guide will return you to the Xi'an airport. You can take any flight after 7:00 p.m. back to Beijing
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