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Xi’an Private Day Tour to Terra-Cotta Warriors, Hanyangling Museum and Cave Homes

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Discover Xi ‘an’s many historical treasures and enjoy the attention of a private guide on this private, all-day tour. Marveling at the Terracotta Warriors of Qin Shihuang, a UNESCO World Heritage site; Exploring cave dwellings; Visit the magnificent tomb of Emperor Jing at Hanyang Mausoleum Museum.




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Terra-Cotta Warriors, Hanyangling Museum, Cave Homes

Day 1Xi’an

Meals: Not included
Attractions: Terra-Cotta Warriors, Hanyangling Museum, Cave Homes


In the morning, your professional guide will meet you at the hotel lobby, and then a comfortable and spacious car will transport you to the Museum of Terracotta Warriors and Horses. During the one-hour tour, your professional guide will give you background information on the wonders of the world you will be exploring. Follow your guide to the pit where three unearthed terracotta figures, horses and chariots total more than 8,000 pieces, followed by the bronze chariot exhibition hall. You will have at least two and a half hours to explore this important site.

Visit a local family living in a Traditional Cave and learn about the local farmer’s lives. It’s hard to picture someone actually living in a cave, but people do indeed. In fact, it was pretty popular back just a few decades ago in Shaanxi Province. Believe or not, the cave dwelling was comfortable. It’s very cool in the hot summer and warm in the winter. Some people in the northern part of Shaanxi province still live in such a way today.

Set out to the Hanyangling Museum, also called Jingdi’s tomb. It is located at Zhangjiawan Village, about 25 kilometers north of Xian City. It is a joint tomb of Liu Qi, a notable emperor of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-220AD), and his empress, Empress Wang. It was built in the year 153 AD, now it covers an area of 20 square kilometers. This mausoleum which combines modern technology, ancient civilization, historical culture and garden scenery is the largest museum in China.

Price Includes

  • Local transportation with private vehicle and skilled driver
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees as listed in the program
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour
  • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities(optional)
  • Meals
  • Accommodation(We could book the hotel for you depend on your budget and preference)
  • Personal consumption
  • Any services not mentioned