Let's go…see the Terracotta Warriors and Xi’an!!!
Let’s go… see the incredible Terracotta Warriors and Xi’an!!! Experience the world-famous Terracotta Warriors, explore cultural Xi’an, bike on top of the historical Ming Dynasty city walls, go back in time to the Silk Road Era at the Great Mosque, the Bell Drum Towers, and the Silk Road Market, challenge yourself to eat the longest noodle in the world measuring 3.8 meters, check out the biggest fountain show in Asia, and much more!! This is a weekend packed with history, culture and lots of fun!
We will be visiting the resting place of the Terracotta Warriors …
…meeting one of the guys who discovered them…
…biking atop the towering Ming Dynasty city walls…
…checking out cultural and historical Xi’an…
…chilling out in the Muslim Quarter…
…eating the longest noodles in the world…
…watching the biggest fountain show in Asia…
…and much more!!
22:55 – Our sleeper train leaves from Shanghai Railway Station
10:02 - Arrive in Xi’an in the morning (Grab some breakfast on the train)
11:00 -This is it! Head over to see the famous Terracotta Warriors! A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
13:30 - Lunch time
14:30 - Meet one of the people who discovered the Terracotta Warriors!
15:30 - Head over to our chilled out hotel to relax and take a shower
16:30 - Explore the historical and cultural side of Xi’an - check out the Bell Drum Towers, learn about the history of the Silk Road at the Great Mosque
19:00 - Grab some dinner the old Muslim Quarter and visit the Silk Road Market nearby
21:00 - Check out the biggest fountain show in Asia
22:00 - Head back to our hotel or stay out for drinks
08:00 - Breakfast (9:00 Check out)
09:30 - Hop on a bike and go for a ride on the Ming Dynasty Walls
12:30 - Eat the longest noodle in the world!
13:30 - Head over to the historic Big Goose Pagoda
15:00 - Depart for the airport
19:30 – Catch our flights back
THIS IS A UNIQUE TRIP OFFERED BY NO ONE ELSE!
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Price: Book now to get the early bird price of 1,299 RMB or 1,499 RMB if booked after May 9