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Xi'an Tours

Half & Full Day Tours in Xi'an

This walled city is a must-see in the list of China's great attractions. On everyone's mind when visiting here, the Terracotta Army has to be the first place to check out but there's much more.

Pick and choose from as diverse pastimes as a Dumpling Banquet Dinner evening, the Small Wild Goose Pagoda or go on a half-day tour to the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum.

Or if you are in the mood for a regal evening out with a meal thrown in why not book a Tang Dynasty Dinner Show? You can in Xi'an.

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Xi'an Terracotta Warriors Tour - Full Day

Xi'an Terracotta Army Tour - Full Day

The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the most significant archeological excavations of the 20th century. Work is ongoing at this site, which is around 1.5 kilometers Read More...

Xi'an 3-in-1 Tour - City Wall & Pagodas - Half Day

Xi'an 3-in-1 Tour - City Wall & Pagodas - Half Day

Xi'an was originally a walled city, and even today the wall is considered to be a landmark dividing the city into the inner part and the outer part. Built in 1370 during Read More...

Xi'an 3-in-1 Tour - Tombs & Museum - Full Day

Xi'an 3-in-1 Tour - Tombs & Museum - Full Day

A Full-Day tour during which you will learn about Xian's rich and impressive past. Visit Qianling Tomb (only woman emperor in Chinese history), Maoling Mausoleum, and Read More...

Night Market With Dumpling Dinner in Xi'an

Night Market With Dumpling Dinner in Xi'an

Xi'an has a wonderful night market near the central mosque that is a must-visit for a Chowhound. They have loads of stalls with interesting and unusual foods, including Read More...

Shaanxi Museum Tour - Half Day

Shaanxi Museum Tour - Half Day

The Shaanxi Provincial History Museum - a striking Tang-Dynasty style pavilion, houses a large collection of 113,000 historic and cultural artefacts unearthed in Shaanxi. Read More...

Tang Dynasty Dinner Show in Xi'an

Tang Dynasty Dinner Show in Xi'an

The Tang Dynasty Dinner Show, a performance of Chang'an music and dance originated in China's Tang Dynasty over a thousand years ago. It has been recreated in accordance Read More...

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