|Nr. of travelers||2 pax||3~5 pax||6~9 pax|
|Mar. 2016 to Jan. 2017||306 USD||220 USD||195 USD|
Meals: Chinese Lunch
Your Terracotta Warriors Museum tour starts off after breakfast, our driver and English-speaking guide will escort you to visit the famous Terracotta Warriors Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor, Hui Street and City wall in Xian.
We arrive and get to Huimin Street, an iconic landmark well known for its cuisine. It features a main street with a few intersecting roads, which make up the Xi’an Muslim Food Street. From Beiyuanmen Street to North Guangji Street and Xiyangshi Street to Dapiyuan Street, this strip has developed into a famous attraction in Xian, specifically, for its profound Muslim cultural atmosphere.
Here is where we can enjoy the authentic Islamic specialties, like beef or mutton Rou Jia Mo, which looks like a hamburger, northwestern style noodles, and Pao Mo, by tearing the tough "bread" into pieces and then put them in the soup with mutton and vermicelli, as well as many other attractive snacks such as the famous Xian snack brand Jiasan Steamed bun stuffed with juicy beef or mutton, Pingwa Baked Meats and the spicy taste Honghong Fried Rice and so on. It is without question that you'll find an easy way to satisfy your appetite.
We then make our way to City Wall, the fortifications of Xian, also known as Xian City Wall. It is one of the oldest, largest and best preserved Chinese city walls. And it was built under the rule of the Hongwu Emperor in 1370, as a military defense system. The wall now stands 12 meters tall, 12-14 meters wide at the top and 15-18 meters thick at the bottom. When you stroll around the wall, it seems that you are able to see how it works for protecting the public from risk.
We make way to the Terracotta Warriors, viewed as one of the most magnificent feats of design and arguably one of the most valuable historic artifacts of China. As the World’s Eight Wonder, the terracotta warriors was built in the Qin Dynasty, which is known for its large and splendid scale and the sophisticated art technology. It is the Terracotta Warriors that make the Xian City a famous resort that has attracted visitors from all over the world, pulling in over 40 million in total so far. The museum covers an area of 16,300 square meters, divided into three sections: No. 1 Pit, No. 2 Pit and No. 3
The museum covers an area of 16,300 square meters and is divided into three sections: No. 1 Pit, No. 2 Pit and No. 3 Pit respectively. They were tagged in the order of their discoveries. It is said that when you pay a closer visit to the Terracotta Warriors, you will be amazed by the vivid expression and the customs they are in, you will be surprised by the lifelike expressions. The Terracotta Warriors museum tour is a must-visit for anyone visiting China.
Hereafter the tour, Sublime China will transfer you back to your hotel downtown in the city.
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