XA01-02: Terracotta Warriors Day Tour from Beijing

Airport - Terracotta Army - City Wall - Small Wild Goose Pagoda - Airport
From $97 per person Free Inquiry
  • Tour Style Private Tour
  • Departure Daily
  • Starting Time About 9:00 AM
Frequent schedules of flight and train make it possible for you to take a one-day round-trip tour to Xi'an from many cities in China. We suggest you reach Xi'an in the early morning before 09:00am so as to ensure enough time for the one day Xi'an private tour. If you join this Xi'an trip from Beijing, you can take flight CZ3173 0640/0900, HU7137 0705/0910 or CA1231 0735/0945 to Xi'an. Alternatively, taking overnight train Z19 2040/0831+1 is the other option. 

Upon arrival, our guide and driver in Xi'an will pick you up at the airport or the railway station on time and escort you to the Terracotta Army which is praised as one of the "Eight Wonders of the World", containing three pits as well as the Museum of Bronze Chariots and Horses. We will spend at least 2.5 hours there to know more about this world's miracle. Lunch is not included and you can have meals at a nearby Chinese or Western restaurant according to your taste. Then your Terracotta Warrior tour from Beijing continues to the City Wall - the most well-preserved and largest ancient city wall in China. Our guide will tell you stories and the history about this brilliant relic. Afterwards, our guide will lead you to visit the Small Wild Goose Pagoda.
Terracotta Warrior Museum
Bell Chime of the Small Wild Goose Pagoda
As your Beijing to Xi'an 1 day tour ends, our guide and driver will escort you back to the airport or the railway station to see you off. For the return trip to Beijing, flight CA1236 2030/2225 is particularly recommended and the last flight is HU7738 2300/0055+1. Or overnight trains Z20 1921/0658+1 and T56 2115/1045+1 are also available. 

Attention: For this day trip from Beijing to Terracotta Warriors, flights or trains to and out of Xi'an are not included in our quoted prices. If you need us to book it for you, please let us know freely when you fill in the tour inquiry or tell your travel consultant via email. Thank you.

Meals: No meals, advice freely available 
Tour Highlights
Terracotta Army
The Terracotta Army is a burial object for Qin Shi Huang, the first feudal emperor in ancient China. It is composed of three pits with more than 8,000 pottery soldiers, horses, and chariots in total. Pit 1 is the biggest and contains at least 6,000 terracotta figures. Pit 2 is the most spectacular one for the variety of divisions, formed by four mixed squares consisting of chariots, cavalrymen and crossbowmen. Besides, Pit 3 is also the headquarters with pottery guards standing on both sides of the passageway. The Museum of Bronze Chariots and Horses displays two bronze chariots half the size of the real ones. The first chariot is used to clear the way and guard the emperor, while the second one was made after the carriage for emperors.
Bronze Chariot and Horses
City Wall
The City Wall with a length of 13.74 kilometers (8.54 miles) is the largest and best-preserved ancient wall in China. The large-scale renovation work was implemented during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). There are four major gates along the wall - Changle Gate, Yongning Gate, Anding Gate and Anyuan Gate as well as watchtowers, turrets, gate towers, and sluice gate towers. Every 120 meters (130 yards), you can see a part of ramparts stretching out from the wall, which was for soldiers to shoot enemies from the side.
Riding bicycles on the City Wall
Xian City Wall
Prices (US$ Per Person)
  • 1 person
    $243
  • 2 persons
    $140
  • 3 persons
    $115
  • 4 persons
    $97
  • 5 persons
    $90
  • 6 persons
    $84
  • 7 persons
    $74
  • 8 persons
    $69
  • 9 persons
    $67
  • 10+
    $67
Price Includes
  • Private English-speaking guide
  • Private driver & air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees to tourist sites
Price Excludes
  • Flights or trains to and out of Xian
  • Hotel accommodation with breakfasts
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Tips or gratuities for guide and driver
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    5.01 Review
    Susan Bourne
    Australia
    Posted on August 20, 2019
    I booked a Xi'an day tour in winter. There were not many visitors in scenic spots, but the scenery was beautiful. Terracotta Warriors and Horses can be regarded as a miracle on earth, which left a deep impression on me. The tour guide was also humorous, responsible and cordial. Fairly a good trip! I recommend it highly for anyone interested in Xi'an!
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