Visit the world-renowned Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses Museum and the Big Wild Goose Pagoda on a full-day private tour in Xi’an. Marvel at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed mausoleum complex that contains thousands of Terracotta Warriors and other life-sized statues. Then, discover the significance of Big Wild Goose Pagoda, a Buddhist structure that dates to the Tang Dynasty. Travel with a private guide who can customize your day to your interests. Includes lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Mount Hua (Huashan), one of China’s five sacred mountains thanks to its Taoist temples, sits east of Xian in Shaanxi Province. While a return hike to the top of the mountain typically requires two days, this tour makes use of the cable cars, allowing you to take in the views from the summit with only a single day. With a private guide, you can explore at a leisurely pace and ask all the questions you want.
See Xi’an’s famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum on a half-day guided tour. Perfect for the visitor with limited time, enjoy a convenient hotel pickup and head to the museum accompanied by an English-speaking guide. See ancient sculptures of warriors, chariots and horses built more than 2,000 years ago—and discovered in the 1970s—to protect Emperor Qin Shi Huang in the afterlife.
Discover the UNESCO world-heritage listed Terracotta Warriors and horses on this day trip of Xi’an’s historical highlights. Drive direct to the Terracotta Warriors Museum at the start of the day and cut past the tourist crowds; spend over two hours exploring this world-famous archeological site. In the afternoon, visit several of Xi’an’s ancient landmarks, including the City Wall, the Wild Goose Pagoda, and Muslim Bazaar – a great way to visit these spots without the hassle of hiring a car or navigating public transport. Finish your tour at the Muslim Bazaar, known for its food and souvenir stalls Don’t get held up by your massive tour group: this tour takes small groups only Keep your change: all entrance fees are already covered by your tour operator Your guide will pick you up direct from your Xi’an hotel and drop you back.
See what is perhaps the most significant archaeological discovery of the 20th century – the Terracotta Warriors – on this privately-guided Xi’an day trip. Small groups only ensure that personal service is guaranteed, with separate driver allowing your guide to give full attention to your tour party Stop at Shaanxi History Museum to learn the long history of this ancient city before returning to Xi’an enriched and educated.
Arrive at Terracotta Warriors Museum. Your guide will explain every details of this museum and its history as well facts. You will be fed with tons of knowledge. As the world’s eighth wonder, Terracotta Warriors Museum represented the highest clay craftsmanship. It also provided a great source for historians to study the Qin Dynasty and its prior histories. Through the visit to the Terracotta Army, you can have a general idea of how prosperous Qin Empire used to be and what ancient people hold dear in their afterlife.
*View the ancient UNESCO-listed clay army in the flesh Gaze at the rows of infantry and cavalry soldiers in excavated pits
*See the bronze chariots and artefacts in the Multi-Exhibition Hall
*Visit a terracotta figure factory and try carving your own soldier
* Learn how and why the 3rd-century BC warriors were made
If you have a little bit more time between some regular city tours in Xi’an and at the same time you love foods very much, then this tour is a ticket for you to see how different the city is at night and to make you a real gourmet by trying amazing local food.
Served as capital of China for more than 1,200 years, the city was the home of many emperors and different religions as well as the terminus of world famous Silk Road. With the introduction of various kind of spices and flavorings from western regions, Xi’an food get its own special style and taste.
Join in this tour, you could get a close touch to the famous Xi’an food and local people’s life without missing some historical and cultural monuments in town.
Avoid crowded tour buses and slow-moving tour groups with a handy private driver to take you to the famous Terracotta Warriors near Xi'an. Drive direct to Lintong district to visit the warriors at the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. Customize your schedule for the day based on where you want to go: choose two more attractions in downtown Xi’an to visit afterward, and drive there without any unnecessary detours or stops at places you aren’t interested in.
Enjoy a level of service that comes close to a private tour in a group of no more than six people. Start at the iconic Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, with a deep dive into the world of Qin Shi Huang. Enjoy Xian cuisine at a local restaurant before returning to the city to explore its majestic City Wall. Finally, head to the city’s street food epicenter, the Muslim Quarter.
Discover the UNESCO world-heritage listed Terracotta Warriors and horses on this day trip of Xi’an’s historical highlights. Drive direct to the Terracotta Warriors Museum at the start of the day and cut past the tourist crowds; spend over two hours exploring this world-famous archeological site. In the afternoon, visit several of Xi’an’s ancient landmarks, including the City Wall, the Wild Goose Pagoda, and Muslim Bazaar – a great way to visit these spots without the hassle of hiring a car or navigating public transport.
You will take our comfortable Car or Van driving on the highway directly to the Terracotta Warriors Museum. With one hour on the way, your expert guide will give you some background information of the world wonder that you are going to explore. Upon arrival, your guide will help you avoid the ticket line at the entrance of the Terracotta Warriors Museum and show you the three excavated pits with more than 8,000 pottery soldiers, horses, and chariots in total, and then the Bronze Chariots and Horses Exhibition Hall. You will have at least two and a half hours to explore this significant site.
Xian’s historical appeal extends far beyond its UNESCO-listed Terracotta Warriors. On this full-day bus tour, save time waiting in ticket lines at area attractions, and take a guided tour of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum as well as a reproduction factory where you can see how the statues were made. You also have time to visit Mausoleum of the Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of unified China.
Take a full-day tour from Xi’an to visit three important cultural and historic sites: the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Emperor Qin's Mausoleum and Banpo Musuem. Start the morning at Banpo Village where you see a collection of artifacts that date back 6,000 years. Then spend time taking in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, and Emperor Qin's Mausoleum. Be amazed at the elaborate life-sized statues that are part of the burial complex. Transport by climate-controlled coach, entrance tickets, Chinese lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
If you're short on time but want to make sure to visit the Terra Cotta Warriors, this private half-day tour may be just the ticket. An English-speaking guide and driver will escort you from your hotel to the warriors and leave you with plenty of time to explore the attraction at your own pace. You'll then have the option to stop for lunch or dinner or head straight back to your hotel.
Enhance your sightseeing experience of Xian, home to the world-famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, on a private full day tour of the city’s highlights. Following a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll have the choice to tick off top Xian attractions such as Xian City Wall (Chengqiang), the Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayanta), and the Shaanxi History Museum. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Discover on of China’s most enthralling attractions on a full-day tour to the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses from Xi’an. With an expert historian guide, marvel at the most significant archeological excavation of the 20th century; see 7,000 life-sized figures in ordered rows and hear of how the sculptures were meticulously constructed to honor Emperor Qin Shihuang, China’s first ruler. Discover the Neolithic artifacts of the Banpo site; appease you appetite with a delicious Chinese lunch; and enjoy convenient round-trip transportation from your Xi’an hotel.
See the Terracotta Warriors and your choice of two other Xian highlights on a private custom tour. After a morning visit to see the UNESCO-listed terracotta army, visit two attractions chosen from the six recommended: Shaanxi or Banpo Museum, Xian City Wall, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Bell Tower and Drum Tower Square, or Muslim Street. With no time-consuming shopping stops, this flexible tour includes private transport and downtown Xian hotel pickup and drop-off.
Discover China's rich history on a half-day door-to-door tour of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Follow your private guide through the pits one, two, and three and see more than 7,000 terracotta soldiers. Upgrade the afternoon tour to include a trip to the Tang Dynasty Show and a feast of traditional Shaanxi dumplings or enjoy lunch at a Qin Dynasty themed restaurant.
Explore China with an informative guide on an 8-day tour that includes Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Ming Tombs (Sacred Way), Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, and the Terracotta Warriors. Learn about China’s past at the Small Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi’an and while touring Beijing’s hutoings, and see cultural attractions including Yu Gardens, the Bund, Nanjing Road and Tianzifang. Your tour includes accommodations, two flights, transportation, entrance fees and some meals.
Staying in Beijing needn’t mean missing out on one of China’s world-class wonders: the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. Fly to Xian for the day on this custom private tour. Your guide and driver will meet you at the airport, accompany you to the warriors, and take you to a restaurant that suits your budget plus one or two other Xian attractions. Entrance fees and lunch are at your expense.
Combine a visit to Xi’an’s star attraction with a tour of the historic walled town on this private full-day tour, including hotel pick-up. Stand in awe before Emperor Qin’s mighty army of Terracotta Warriors and visit the UNESCO-listed Mausoleum of the first emperor. After a typical Chinese lunch (included), climb Xi’an’s remarkably preserved ancient city walls, and enjoy expansive views over the city. Finally, embark on a walking tour of the lively Muslim Quarter, stopping to admire the ornate Great Mosque and browse the colorful markets.
Discover Xi’an’s many historic treasures on this private full-day tour and enjoy the undivided attention of your private guide. Marvel at Emperor Qin’s Army of Terracotta Warriors, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; explore the Yaodong cave dwellings; and visit the grand Tomb of Emperor Jingdi at the Hanyangling Museum.
See the highlights of Xi’an with a private guide on a full-day tour that takes in the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses Museum, Ancient City Wall and Muslim Quarter. Follow your guide into the UNESCO World Heritage-listed 2,000-year-old mausoleum complex where the life-sized Terracotta Warriors stand. Afterward, visit the Muslim Quarter and the Ancient City Wall, built during the Ming Dynasty and remarkably intact. With a private guide, you can focus on your interests during the tour. Includes lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Take one day to travel round-trip from Xi’an to Luoyang by high-speed train to visit two famous attractions, Shaolin Temple and the Longmen Grottoes. Your private guide picks you up in Luoyang and takes you to Shaolin Temple to watch a kung-fu demonstration that displays amazing martial arts moves. Then head to the Longmen Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage with Chinese Buddhist stone carvings that cover the rock mountain inside and out. Your private tour includes transportation, entrance fees, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.