3 Days Ancient Xian Tour (Land Only)

Highlights:Tour Highlights:Xi’an is one of the birthplaces of the ancient Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Basin area. Tourists marvel at the numerous historical sites and cultural relics in and around the city.Famous scenic spots:Qin Emperor's Mausoleum &Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses-- One of the eight wonders of the worldAncient City Wall-- one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the worldBig Wild Goose Pagoda-- the symbol of ancient Xi’anSmall Wild Goose Pagoda-- a wonderful leisure site for the appreciation of cultural relics and entertainment

Departure: Friday, Saturday


1: Xi’an Arrival L, D

Arrive in Xi’an Xianyang Airport (XIY) before 10:00a.m. Upon arriving, visit the "Ancient City Wall" which still compasses the center of Xi’an. It is the most complete one that has survived in China, as well being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world. After that, continue to visit the dramatic "Small Wild Goose Pagoda", famous Buddha's pagoda of Tang Dynasty. Then visit "Xi’an Museum", China's first national museum equipped with modern facilities. Dinner will be the century-old "De Fa Chang Dumplings", one of China’s Intangible Cultural Heritage, the most famous dumplings’ restaurant in China. At night, enjoy wonderful "Tang Dynasty Music & Dance Show".

2: Xi’an B, L, D

After breakfast, visit the world-famous "Qin Emperor's Mausoleum & Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses", the most significant archaeological excavations of the 20th century. The Terracotta Army is one of the top attractions in China, because of its historical significance and uniqueness. After that, continue to visit Artistic Ceramics Factory, learn about the techniques of making Tang San Cai, as well as the Terra-Cotta warriors. Then continue to visit the "Big Wild Goose Pagoda" (outside view)—a Buddhist pagoda located in southern Xi'an. By the way, enjoy the "Music Conduit" beside the pagoda, which is the largest Music Conduit Square of Asia, experiencing the perfect combination of music and spring (except rainy or snowy days). Then visit the "Qujiang Pool Park". Many Tang style sculptures here show the real view of the living situation in that ancient Tang dynasty.

3: Xi’an Departure B

After breakfast, transfer to the airport.

Tour arrangements will be subject to local real conditions!

Wish you a happy journey!


Date(s)Double OccupancySingle RoomRemark2017 Xian Arrival Date :

Mar. 11, 17, 25
Apr. 08, 14, 22
May. 06, 12, 20, 26
Jun. 10, 16, 24, 30
Jul. 08, 14
Aug. 26
Sep. 01, 09, 15, 16, 22, 23
Oct. 14, 20, 21, 27, 28
Nov. 03, 11, 17, 25
Dec. 01, 09, 15, 23, 29

2018 Xian Arrival Date :
Jan. 20, 26
Feb. 10
Mar. 10, 16, 24, 30
$249+ $130Child 2-11 years old with bed : $259
Child 2-11 years old without bed : $179
Child under 2 years old without bed : 10% of adult tour fare
   * Admission fee as indicated : $50
* Service Charge : $30


Itinerary: Xi’an Arr.-Xi’an-Xi’an Dep. 2N3D

Local Delicacies:
Time-honored Defachang Dumplings

Wonderful Show:
Xi’an/Tang Dynasty Music & Dance Show

Deluxe Hotels:
Xi’an: 5*Grand Noble Hotel/similar

1) Total fare composed of tour fare, admission fee as indicated and service charge must be pre-paid at time of reservation. The admission fee as indicated and service charge for adults and children are the same (free for infant under 2 years old).

2) Tour fare above is based on American adults (non student group).
That for travelers under 12 years old is as follows:
Child between 2-11 years old with bed : $259/pax
Child between 2-11 years old without bed : $179/pax
Child under 2 years old without bed : 10% of adult tour fare

3) Excellent English speaking tour guide.

4) We reserve the right to modify the itinerary if necessary subject to the local real conditions.

5) We reserve the right to modify the price without notice subject to the fluctuations of exchange rates.

6) Attendance during the whole trip is required.

7) There is one shopping excursion on this tour as per itinerary. However, there is no obligation to purchase anything. Visitors who are not very keen on shopping can treat this as culture learning experience.