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Explore the treasures of Xi’an on a two-day journey by train from Beijing. Part of the Silk Road and a former ancient capital of China, Xi’an is home to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Terracotta Warriors, where you spend several hours taking in the vast site. Your guide also shows you the well-preserved old city wall, the vibrant Muslim Quarter, Xi’an Museum and Small Wild Goose Pagoda as you travel around the city. Your tour includes one night of accommodation, round-trip train tickets and three meals.

Highlights

  • Two-day tour of Xi'an by high-speed train from Beijing
  • Visit the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, one of the most important archaeological discoveries of recent decades
  • Take in the bustling streets and markets in the Muslim Quarter
  • See the old city wall, one of best preserved fortified city walls in China
  • Learn more about Xi’an’s history and culture in the Xi’an Museum
  • Enjoy a comfortable train journey by high-speed train
  • Includes guide, accommodation, train tickets, three meals, and hotel pickup and drop-off

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

snowflakes16 Singapore

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Wonderful trip! Our tour guide Jessica spoke fluent English and gave us a wonderful explanation about the beautiful city of Xian. The terracotta warriors were an eye opener and definitely worth the trip from Beijing to see. We were pleasantly surprised to find them placed in such a comfortable museum environment for viewing. The dumpling banquet was definitely interesting, even as a Chinese, I have never tried so many dumpling varieties before. The accompanying Tang dynasty performance was an optional tour, their lavish dance costumes were beautiful to behold . We did not regret attending it. It was very convenient that our hotel was arranged for. The quality of the hotel was alright for a one night's stay. The van was clean and comfortable and we were the only group. The only hitch was that our bullet train from Beijing to Xian was delayed by 2 hours I was told this was a first time but we just missed out on the Jade factory trip which we did not mind very much.

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