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Day 1）You will be picked up at 9:00AM in the lobby of hotel and then About 1 hour’s driving, you will get to one of the greatest sights of China ---the magnificent the terra-cotta warriors museum. Thousands of life-sized soldiers, each with different expressions and horses. All companions for the burial of the first emperor of China.—he is also builder of the Great Wall. The terra -cotta Warriors museum is located within a large mausoleum complex built by Qin Shi Huang. After lunch, you'll have an opportunity glimpse an intangible cultural heritage that is quickly disappearing in central plain areas-the lifestyle of cave dwellers. You'll visit the home of Mrs. Huang, who is one of the last remaining cave dwellers in this small village. You will tour her home and learn about the history and changes of cave dwelling residents, and have a chance to ask her questions. . Then drive back to the city. In the afternoon, you will visit the ban Po museum which reflects the prosperity of matriarchal clan society from 6000-8000 years ago. It is the most complete and typical Neolithic village remains in China. Then, you can wander the lively lanes of the Muslim Quarter and sample exotic culinary flavors brought to China over the silk road. The historic Great Mosque, a combination of Chinese and Islamic architecture, is the highlight of the walk day2) In the morning, you start your visit to the bell tower and drum tower Square, where you can get the impression of city center, and then drive to the old city wall which is best-preserved and most complete in China and ride the bike to enjoy the view of the old city from the top of the wall, Have a lunch in the gourmet street. After this, you will visit the dramatic XI'AN Museum. It's modern exterior entices visitors to explore the area's rich cultural history and flavor. As Xi'an was the not only the ancient capital of China but the beginning of the silk road, the area was a treasure trove of precious collections of bronze, pottery, and paintings that are now housed in one convenient location. In the late afternoon, visit the big wild goose pagoda which has been standing in the Buddism temple for more than 1300 years and is deemed as the symbol of ancient xi’an city. XUANZANG ,the famous monk of Tang dynasty obtained the Buddhist scripture from India and translated these scriptures in this temple. Finally return back to hotel.
Professional guide and driver.
Lunch and dinner.
Bike rental on the city wall.
Gratitudes to guide and driver (recommended)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Leave from hotel and rerurn back hotel.
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate