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Xi’an Tours

There have been residents in Xi’an and its surrounding area for 7000 years. The city of Xian has a history of 3100 years. Furthermore, Xian had been the capital of China for 1100 years. So, taking a Xian tour is the best way to learn about the history of China.

As the east end of the ancient Silk Road, Xian was the place where ancient western and Chinese culture get blended. The Buddhist temples and mosques in Xian are the best proof of the friendship between Chinese and western people.

Top Xian Attractions
Terracotta Army – It is almost every local people’s most recommended attraction. In order to keep his power after death, Qin Shihuang, the first emperor of feudal China, built this underground army over 2000 year ago.

Ancient City Wall – Most ancient city wall sections in Xian were built around 700 years ago. Tourists can hike or cycle on the historical city wall to admire the ancient city area of Xian.

Big Wild Goose Pagoda – It is a typical Buddhist pagoda. The statues of Buddhas and other Buddhist relics are the essence in this 7-storey pagoda.

Muslim Quarter – Thousands of local restaurants are opened in this area. Barbeques and noodles are popular food. Besides, you can buy some souvenirs, such as shadow play set, paper cuttings, and traditional paintings there.

Best time to travel in Xian
March to July – Xi’an is warm and dry in spring, with beautiful natural ecology, which makes Xian an ideal tourist destination.

September to November – The cool autumn is suitable for visiting the historical sites in Xi’an. Tombs of the emperors, the ancient city wall, the Big and Small Wild Goose Pagodas, and hiking are all good options.