Vea los Guerreros de terracota y su elección de otros dos aspectos destacados de Xian en un tour privado personalizado. Después de una visita de la mañana para ver el ejército de terracota, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, visite dos atracciones elegidas entre las seis recomendadas: Shaanxi o Banpo Museum, Xian City Wall, la Gran Pagoda del Ganso Salvaje, el Campanario y la Plaza de la Torre del Tambor o la Calle Musulmana. Sin paradas de compras que consuman tanto tiempo, este recorrido flexible incluye transporte privado y recogida y regreso al hotel en el centro de Xian.
Guerreros de terracota privados de 8 horas y visita personalizada a Xian
Visita de 2.5 a 3 horas por la mañana al Museo de Guerreros y Caballos de Terracota.
Mira a los antiguos soldados de arcilla y aprende sobre su historia.
Adapte su tarde para visitar dos de las seis atracciones recomendadas
Opte por visitar el Museo Banpo, el Museo Shaanxi, la muralla de la ciudad de Xian u otros tres lugares de interés.
Boletos de almuerzo y entrada por cuenta propia para máxima flexibilidad.
Transporte privado con aire acondicionado y recogida y recogida en el centro de la ciudad.
Reúnete con tu guía y una minivan con aire acondicionado en tu hotel en el centro de Xian. Discute las seis atracciones disponibles para visitar después de los Guerreros de Terracota y dile a tu guía tus dos opciones. Ya que su tour no incluye entradas ni almuerzo, puede mantener sus opciones abiertas hasta la tarde. Además, como no hay paradas de compras que consuman tanto tiempo, puede disfrutar de su tiempo al máximo. Después de aproximadamente 1 hora en automóvil hasta el Museo de Guerreros y Caballos de Terracota, disfrute de 2,5 a 3 horas para ver las filas de los soldados de arcilla del siglo III a. C. Aprende cómo fueron hechos y enterrados con el primer emperador de China, Qin Shi Huang, y explora la sala de exhibición que muestra los carros de bronce y otros tesoros encontrados en el sitio. Después, descanse para almorzar (por su cuenta) antes de dirigirse a las vistas de la tarde elegidas. Tal vez diríjase al Museo Banpo para ver los restos de un pueblo de 6.000 años de antigüedad, o haga un recorrido por la historia de la provincia de Shaanxi en el Museo de Shaanxi (cerrado los lunes). Como alternativa, puede optar por visitar la muralla de la ciudad de Xian, la pagoda del gran ganso salvaje, el campanario y la plaza de la torre del tambor o la bulliciosa calle musulmana: la elección es suya. Después de visitar los lugares de interés que eligió, su recorrido finaliza con un traslado del hotel.
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, dic 2018
Our experience in Xian was very enjoyable. We were there specifically to see the Terracotta Soldiers. We took a sleeper train from Beijing to Xian and Sonny- our guide- pick us up at the train station, driving directly to the sight. We were delighted that at this time a year it is not crowded so we were able to take our time and truly enjoy this incredible finding. Sonny was delightful and very knowledgeable. We would recommend this tour without hesitation!
Our guide, Agnes, was fantastic. She guided us, in clear English, from the drive to the Warriors through the post adventure meal. Smart, well planned and interesting tour. Having a guide dramatically improved our trip. Could not be happier with the experience.
Uneventful and kind of boring tour. Our guide had a poor mastery of English and often was just on his phone. Of course Terracotta Warriors is a site that should be seen, however it was not impressive and the guide was boring and not interested to actually do his job. It seemed what ever we asked him he had an attitude in answering the question. He was more interested in being on his phone than doing his job - POOR JOB!
3 stars not because of the tour guide who was more than professional and pleasant and 3 stars not because of the actual visit to the site to physically see and marvel this very unique history... 3 star basically because of bad timing and bad weather. Summers and winters should be avoided and the times when schools are on holidays... unless if you are ok with extreme weather, long ques and huge crowds. Facilities at site and management is commendable and due credit goes to the Chinese authorities. There is abundance of souvenirs but unfortunately most lack quality. Would have definitely given 5 stars only if I would have visited the site in autumn or Spring.
Our Guide Lisa - was great. She taught us so much information about Xi'an and she was very good about letting us go our own pace throughout the day. The Warriors were amazing to see and her information regarding the army formation and the discovery as very valuable. She went to lunch with us and helped us order the traditional Xi'An Biang Biang noodles. Then we decided to choose only one other site do to our children being tired. We chose to visit and ride bikes around the Xi'An City Wall. We love riding bikes so this was a great way for us to see the city. Thanks Lisa for a great day!
The guide arranged by Viator was enthusiastic and very well informed on the Terra Cotta Warriors as well as the Muslim Market and Banpo Museum. Each of the tours we took with Viator went well and the tour begins as soon as you seat yourself in the car for the ride to the tour site. The site itself was all it's made out to be and everything we expected.
I would recommend that Viator put in the description of how much everything cost. It is hard when everything is cash only and you need to plan on how much to have on hand when you are out and about for that day. You have to wait in line and pay for the tickets to terracotta warriors, cash for lunch, and cash for anything else you decided to do that afternoon. I think the tour should be a little more expensive and Viator should include pre purchased tickets for the terracotta warriors. The tour itself was okay, not the best but the site made up for what the tour was lacking.
This tour was absolutely perfect! Our party of 6 truly enjoyed the private coach ride, and the agenda for the day was ideal. Linda, our tour guide, was excellent. She was very informative and engaging. She was with us every step of the way, and yet allowed us some private time to enjoy the sights. Linda always answered all our questions, whether related to the sites or just about the general culture.
The Terracotta Warriors were impressive to say the least. Afterward, we had a wonderful lunch, and Linda was very helpful to us. She helped us order some amazing items we would have never thought of. Afterward, we visited the fort and finished off the day at the Muslim Snack Street. Oh my was that delicious. It was definitely an enjoyable and informative day, thank you Linda!
My husband and I enjoyed a great day tour of Xi'an with our guide Coco. Her assistance and input at the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum was invaluable in helping us negotiate our way through the crowds and take advantage of views from the best vantage points. She also took some great photos for us. We continued to benefit from Coco's advice and support regarding our optional activities and when we expressed an interest, she also ensured we were introduced to only genuine jade items and in particular those originating from the immediate region. Thanks for a great tour and great guide!
Fantastic tour and very knowledgeable tour giude Grace who adapted the tour to shut our needs. The tour was well organised and went smoothly, we also had a trip to a Muslim Quarter and Xian city Wall, both unforgettable experiences! Highly recommend this tour!