Xian Short Stay
|Terracotta Warriors||UNESCO World Heritage|
Home to the Terracotta Warriors
3 days from $ 360
Xian is the capital of Shaanxi Province. As one of the oldest cities in Chinese history, Xian is one of the four great 'Ancient Capitals of China' because it has been the capital during some of the most important dynasties in Chinese history, including the Zhou, Qin, Han, the Sui and Tang dynasties. Xian is also home to one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century - the Terracotta Warriors.
Day 1 : Arrive Xian
Transfer to your hotel.
Day 2 : Xian
Xian is the former ancient capital of China. Visit one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th century â€“ the Terracotta Warriors, followed by a walk along the Ancient City Wall. (B,L)
Day 3 : Depart Xian
Transfer to Xian Airport. (B)
Dates and Prices
|Valid from||Valid to||Price pp from|
|1 Jun 2013||31 Aug 2013||$360|
|1 Sep 2013||31 Oct 2013||$420|
|1 Nov 2013||31 Dec 2013||$360|
Short Stay Extension
- We offer extension options in Hong Kong allowing you to make the most of this vibrant city. If you’re after something different, then enjoy a day tour to the former Portuguese colony of Macau. Alternatively, visit Lantau Island which is home to the Giant Buddha and the sky-rail cable car or take advantage of the endless shopping opportunities.
This document is designed to be read in conjunction with the other pre-departure information provided by Wendy Wu Tours including the tour itinerary as described in our brochure and/or website. It aims to provide a straightforward description of the physical activities involved in sightseeing or travelling during the tour.
If there are any particular challenges, from the length of time spent on your feet, the length of drives and flights, to the standard of remote accommodation for our more adventurous tours; they will be explained here.
All passengers must read this document to ensure the itinerary is suitable for their interests and physical capabilities. This is not your final itinerary and therefore does not mention all the sites visited. The order of sightseeing is subject to change.