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Xi'an Private Day Tour: Terracotta Warriors and City Wall

Highlights
  • Private tour of Xi’an and the Terracotta Warriors
  • Browse the fascinating exhibits at the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses Museum
  • Hear about the founding of Xi’an when walking by the Ancient City Wall
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Xi'an Private Day Tour: Terracotta Warriors and City Wall
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Xi'an Private Day Tour: Terracotta Warriors and City Wall
US$87.00
Overview
Discover the top attraction around Xi’an on a private full-day tour with a knowledgeable guide. Begin with a trip to the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be amazed by the 2,000-year-old complex where the life-sized Terracotta Warriors guard the mausoleum of China’s first emperor. After lunch, explore old Xi’an by visiting the Ancient City Wall and the Small Wild Goose Pagoda. Focus on the places that interest you most on your private tour of this important cultural capital.
What to Expect

Xi'an can be easily accessed by overnight trains or flights from Beijing, Shanghai and other cities. You are suggested to reach Xi'an in the early morning before 09:00am to ensure sufficient time for the itinerary. Your private guide and driver will meet you at Xi'an Xianyang International Airport or Xi'an Railway Station.

It takes one hour to arrive at Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. Your guide will accompany you to visit the three pits in the museum and the selected collections at the affiliated exhibition hall. The whole visit usually takes around two and half hours. Lunch is not included, but the tour guide can make come recommendations for a casual lunch near the museum.

Then it takes one hour to take you downtown to visit the ancient City Wall. If feel interested you can go cycling on the wall. Then if time permits, your trip will be extended to the Small Wild Goose Pagoda, which was originally built in 707 AD of the Tang Dynasty and used to preserve the rare Buddhist materials brought back from India.

Finally you will be dropped off at the airport or the railway station. Your pleasant one day trip comes to the end.

Reviews (30)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Incredible!

It was more spectacular than you can imagine. It was bigger than you can imagine. I mean vast! It was an incredible experience to see this!! Our Travel China Guide tour was led by Fred. He was outstanding! He had superb knowledge of Chinese history...More

Thank asubean
Cynthia W, Guest Relations Manager at Travel China Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear asubean, Thank you for traveling with TravelChinaGuide! We are very glad to hear that you enjoyed your Xi’an trip. It is also delightful that our guide Fred and driver Mr. Shi met your expectation. We will never stop working hard to prefect our service...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Unforgettable time with the Terracotta Warriors

Our family took the high speed train from Beijing to Xian (about 4 hours) TIP: At the train station, HIGHLY recommend paying the extra money for the "Red Shirt" gentleman to take your luggage after the security check. They guide you to your assigned gate...More

Thank leeerica1
Cynthia W, Guest Relations Manager at Travel China Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear leeerica1, Thank you so much for taking time to write this detailed review regarding your Xi’an day tour to Terracotta Warriors as well as City Wall and share your experience with other visitors on TripAdvisor. We are glad that you were satisfied with our...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great Xian tour with Fred a most awesome guide

Outstanding tour arranged by Travel China Guide. We visited the Terracotta Warriors in the morning. It is a crowded place but our great guide Fred was able to point us in the right areas to view the warriors with a minimum of congestion and we...More

Thank ron a
Cynthia W, Guest Relations Manager at Travel China Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear ron a, Thank you for choosing TravelChinaGuide to arrange your tour. We are more than happy that our guide Fred and the driver Mr. Shi have brought you an impressive experience in Xi’an. We are grateful for your recognition and best wishes!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic Xi'an tour with Carol a wonderful guide

We were on our first China Tour with Travel China Guide and our wonderful guide Carol Chen in Xi'an took us to incredible Terracotta Warriors and Horses museum which was so interesting and we also met one of the farmers that made the warriors find...More

Thank cplecas
Cynthia W, Guest Relations Manager at Travel China Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear John & Clare, We sincerely thank you for your review and giving us a 5 star rating on Xi'an tour trip. It is always very nice to receive such encouraging comments. And it is delightful that our guide and hotel arrangement met your expectation....More

Reviewed 8 August 2018
Awesome private Xi-an tour with Carol Chen

The tour exceeded my expectations. Carol and Mr Hou (driver) were promptly to pick me up at the airport. Provided clear itinerary and accommodated a last minute request to the Muslim district. It was a hot day and they always ensured I had water. Always...More

Thank luisfernandos929
Cynthia W, Guest Relations Manager at Travel China Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2018

Dear luisfernandos929, Thank you very much for taking your precious time to post this feedback regarding the service of our excellent guide Carol and our driver. It is our great honor to know that our arrangement of your Xi'an trip has met your expectation and...More

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