Set out with an expert guide and your own tuk-tuk driver to find the best dishes in Xi'an. Explore hidden streets and quaint alleyways within Xian’s city walls where you visit favorite local eateries. Experience Xi’an's cuisine and culture by eating at the same places that local people go, with unlimited food and beverages (including beer) included during your tour. Sample the only craft beer brewed in Xi’an when you stop at a local brewery.
Scale the peak of one of China’s sacred mountains on this small-group full-day trek to Hua Shan. Ride the cable car to the North Peak, then choose from one of three different hiking trails, stopping along the way to soak up the scenery and tuck into a packed lunch (included). Embark on a moderate hike to the East Peak or West Peak, or challenge yourself to scale the South Peak, the mountain’s highest point.
Explore Xi'an with a private guide with a choice of morning or evening tour. Visit the bustling Muslim Quarter to see some traditional architecture and taste some typical street food snacks. See Drum Tower Square and watch the Fountain Show. You'll sample delicious delicacies such as steamed mutton, dumplings, and kebabs as you begin to get a feel for Xi'an culture. Conveniently, transport tickets and food tastings are included.
Get to know Xi’an city without ever setting foot in a stuffy tour bus on this afternoon walking tour. Visit landmarks like the Muslim Quarter, Bell and Drum Tower Square and the grand South Gate Square with your guide by your side, getting on-the-fly recommendations for places to eat and other parts of the city to explore. This tour is great for new visitors to Xi’an who want to get their bearings in the city center.
Skip the factories, souvenir stores, and gift shops, all so common on tours to the Terracotta Warriors, on this low-intensity private tour. Skip the lines at the ticket deck – tickets are booked in advance – and spend the morning at this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site without setbacks or interruptions. Walk around the huge archeological pits lined with ancient sculptures. Get around with your private guide, and enjoy their dedicated attention every step of the way.
Combine the flexibility of independent travel with the insider insights of a local guide on this private half-day Xian walking tour. See the Bell Tower, Drum Tower, Gao Grand Courtyard, and Muslim Quarter, watch a shadow puppet performance, and discover the Chinese art of paper cutting. Along the way, opt to shop for souvenirs or sample street food—with your guide on hand to explain exactly what you’re buying.
Enjoy a full-day trip from Xi’an to Mount Huashan to experience the natural beauty and extraordinary views of this craggy dramatic landscape. Ride up the slopes in a cable car to the summit, where you can walk along the mountains and view Buddhist and Taoist temples tucked into sheer cliffs and rock. Explore the summit with your guide and discover spots such as Gold Lock Pass, where people have placed thousands of locks along the trail fences. Includes private guide and vehicle, plus hotel pickup and drop-off.
Take a half-day tour to the impressive Longmen Grottoes, a network of caves with more than 110,000 Buddhist stone statues carved into limestone walls. Located seven miles (12 kilometers) south of Luoyang, the Grottoes are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contain the largest collection of late Northern Wei and Tang Dynasty art on record.
Discover some of Xi’an’s hidden culinary gems on this downtown walking tour. Instead of scouring your guidebooks for hints and tips about where and what to eat, get a local’s perspective and follow your guide around a handful of lower-profile local restaurants and street vendors. Enjoy a delectable range of barbecue and Shaanxi cuisine as you explore the city’s Muslim Quarter and the surrounding area.
Taste your way through Xi’an with this guided gastronomic night tour. After meeting your informative local guide at a central location, explore Xi’an’s rich history and culture, admire sites like the Bell Tower, and Muslim Street, and dig into culinary delights like grilled bread stuffed with minced pork, steamed buns, barbecue, persimmon pancakes, and other tasty treats.
Xi’an’s City Wall is one of the best-preserved ancient military fortifications in the world and offers impressive views of the city from all angles. However, the Wall can be a tough walk on even the most hardened feet. This guided tour around the Wall, however, takes the edge off by ending with a complimentary foot massage – a chance to relax and recharge after pounding the concrete for half a day.
Experience Xian like a local—by bike and on foot—on this private tour. Skip the map wrangling and leave itinerary planning to your guide. From the historic Bell Tower, cycle along Xian City Wall, stroll Shuyuanmen Street, with its traditional art and calligraphy stores, and visit an ancient Buddhist temple. After a local restaurant lunch, return to the Bell Tower: Your guide can help arrange transport to your hotel.
Instead of scouring your guidebooks for hints and tips about where and what to eat, get a local’s perspective and follow your guide around a handful of lower-profile local restaurants and street vendors. Discover some of local hidden culinary gems on this downtown walking tour in Xian. Enjoy a delectable range of barbecue and Shaanxi cuisine as you explore the city’s Muslim Quarter and the surrounding area. Visit the Great Mosque hidden in the Muslim Quarter Discover the local hidden culinary gems in ancient XianEnjoy a delectable range of barbecue and Shaanxi cuisineYour choice of morning and afternoon tour departures Walking tour starts at the convenient meeting point
Immerse yourself in the ancient splendor of old city Xi’an on this full-day, private walking tour. With time to meet and talk with the locals and to explore Xi’an’s historic streets, an English-speaking guide leads your small group on a journey through the annals of Imperial China - with the opportunity to try a few, modern local delicacies along the way.
Known as the mother river by all the Chinese people. Yellow River is the second longest river in China. Spend 4 hours in Lanzhou to explore Yellow River Scenic Road. An expert guide accompanies you on foot. Tour will walk over the Zhongshan Bridge and stop for a picture with the Statue Of Mother Yellow River and Lanzhou Shuiche(Waterwill) Park. The walking tour will not be complete without a visit White Pagoda Mountain Park. As you reach the top of the White Pagoda Mountain, you will have the opportunity to take an iconic photo of the Yellow River and Lanzhou City! This private tour including English speaking tour guide, one way transportation fee to the attraction, and hotel pick up.
Discover the best of Xian in a mini-group day tour with maximum 9 travelers. Get privilege to enter the Terracotta Warriors Museum promptly as the entrance ticket will be handled online in advance. Feel the city’s vibrancy by walking on the ancient City Wall. An experienced English-speaking guide tells you not only the history, but also the interesting stories of the site. No shopping detours, factory stores, tea ceremony or shopping site restaurant to take up your valuable sightseeing time at attraction sites.
Indulge your inner foodie on this guided excursion in Xi’an. After a convenient hotel pickup, learn about the region’s cuisine from a knowledgeable local guide and fill your stomach with complimentary dishes like bread wraps and crispy chicken, sweet and sour fish, barbecue and Mongolian ice cream. Drink up with unlimited beer, tea, and Chinese liquor.
There are plenty of tours that will take you all around Xi’an’s many landmarks, but most of them cart visitors from place to place in a car or tour bus. Instead of looking out at the bustling city streets from behind glass, get amongst the action and experience it for yourself on this morning walking tour. Enjoy stunning city views from the top of the City Walls, explore a central city ‘wet market’ and try out Shaanxi cuisine.
This 2.5-hours small group tour collects those foodies together to explore the most authentic and famous Xian local food at the best-known Muslim Quarter with an expert guide. Stroll at the busy street selling all kinds of water-mouthing snacks and crafts, listening the stories of the street and foods from tour guide, stop to feast your stomach at stalls...Plus a surprise when you turn and walk to the peaceful and beautiful Great Mosque which just is hidden in the bustling market.
This is not another walking tour but a small group tour travel by private tuktuk and offer unlimited food and drinks while you and your English-speaking guide are whisked around Xi’an off the beaten path. You will visit one of China’s oldest and largest markets, eat where the locals eat at small, family-run businesses and try the best local food at places you can’t find on your own...plus a lot more surprises!
Discover the far-flung history of Shaanxi province with this day trip to two of Xi’an’s significant archeological sites, Banpo Museum and the Mausoleum of Emperor Qinshihuang, home of the Terracotta Warriors. Save yourself the stress of renting your own car and navigating the ring roads and motorways: instead, get from site to site in comfortable coach transport. Walk the millennia-old Neolithic settlements of Banpo in the morning and see the impressively-preserved, UNESCO World Heritage-listed terracotta sculptures of Lintong in the afternoon.
Xi’an became the capital of Ming Dynasty in 1369 and gained its current name officially. From the next year, the current City Wall has been constructed. Walking through the historical relics of Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) with an insider, you will experience and gain more information of this glorious ancient Empire.
In ancient times, Chang’an was one of the world’s largest cities. And the rich culture it nurtured lives on in Xian today. Dive deep into the city’s artistic heritage with a guide on this small-group walking tour of the Beilin district. Highlights include the Yongning Gate, Wolong Temple, Baoqing Temple, the Guanzhong Academy, the Forest of Stone Steles Museum, and the one-time home of celebrated calligrapher Yu Youren.
Particularly for first-time visitors who don’t speak Chinese, a private guide can transform the Beijing experience. Say no to hustlers and discover the city by private car or public transport on this door-to-door private tour. Check off Xi'an's biggest attraction: Xi'an Mosque, Muslim Quarter and drum Tower Square—and stroll through Shu Yuan Men Ancient Culture Street. A delightful Dim Sum are all inclusive