During time in Xian, capital of ancient China, everybody visits the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum however not everybody tours the landmark and its surroundings in a private sidecar. During this alternative 8-hour sightseeing experience, you’ll travel through traditional Chinese villages, sip tea in inhabited cave dwellings, and marvel at the Terracotta Warriors and Horse Museum, home to thousands of figures dedicated to the first emperor of China. Lunch and all entrance fees are included.
Greet your private guide outside of Banpo International Art District at 9:30am and climb aboard your sidecar. Please note, one passenger sits in the sidecar while the others sits behind the driver on the motorbike.
Stop first at the workshop at a local blacksmith’s workshop and watch craftsmen forge traditional Chinese weapons. Then, eat a Chinese lunch enhanced by scenic views before arriving at the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, an iconic archeological site home to thousands of of life-size warrior figures.
The almost 2,000-year-old site made headlines when it was discovered by local farmers in 1974. Snap photographs of some 6,000 effigies, visit the Taoist Renzong Temple, and then break for a cup of tea in some mysterious inhabited cave dwellings.
Your tour concludes at your original departure point in Xian.