7-Day Beijing Xian Tour

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Terracotta Warriors in Xian

Terracotta Warriors in Xian

 

Tour Code: BTG-168
Tour Type:  Private Tour
Starting Date:  Daily 

Detailed Itinerary: 

Day 1 Entry Beijing 

Be met at the exit  of the airport by the tour guide, who will hold a paper sign with your name on for you to recognize. 

Day 2 Beijing (B, L) 

In the morning, visit the historic Tiananmen Square and the majestic imperial palace Forbidden City.
Spend a pleasant afternoon in the beautiful imperial garden Summer Palace, and then drop by the Silk Factory to appreciate Chinese silk culture.
Be transferred back to hotel.
Optional Add-on: Acrobatics Show, Peking Opera 

Day 3 Beijing (B, L) 

It is so pleasant to spend the morning on the spectacular Badaling Great Wall, the most popularly visited section of Great Wall. The Dingling underground Palace of Ming Tombs will enhance your admiration for Chinese history. Drop by the Cloisonne Factory to appreciate Chinese handicraft culture.
Drive back downtown and pay an exterior visit to the novel designed Bird’s Nest and Water Cube in Olympic Green.
Optional Add-on: Chinese Kung Fu Show, Quanjude Roasted Duck Dinner 

Day 4 Beijing-Xian (B, L) 

Spend our last day sightseeing in Beijing. Go to the old Hutong to see Beijing’s past life; a Hutong rickshaw trip is popular way to explore the Hutong. Move on to the Temple of Heaven where emperors held grand sacrifice ceremony to God of Heaven.
Be transferred to airport and fly to Xian. Xian airport to hotel transfer. 

Day 5 Xian (B, L) 

Our first stop in Xian is the most famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses-hundreds of real-size army has guarding the tomb of the first Chinese emperor for more than 2000 years. The drop-by visit to the Xan Art Pottery Factory gives you oppotunity to buy copies of Terracotta Warriors and Horses as souvenirs.
After a typical Chinese lunch, transfre to visit the Forest of Stone Steles Museum.
Optional Add-on: Dumpling Banquet, Tang Dynasty Dances and Music 

Day 6 Xian (B, L) 

Morning visit at the Shaanxi History Museum, a first-rate museum that displays Chinese history, and the sacred Buddhist architecture Big Wild Goose Pagoda.
Afternoon stroll at the top of ancient Xian City Wall. Then go to see a typical old Xian residence-Gao’s Courtyard, where you could enjoy a interesting Shadow Play

Day 7 Xian (B)

Free time before being transfered to airport for departure. Wish you a pleasant journey home!

Tour Inclusions:
*Admission fees for all of the sightseeing spots listed in the itinerary.
*Meals as listed in the itinerary.
*Hotels Charges.
*China internal flights: Beijing-Xian, Xian-Beijing.
*Free-bottled mineral water.
*Free visits to handicraft factories.
*Private English-speaking tour guide and private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing.
*Luggage transfers between airports and hotels.
*Service charge & government taxes.
*China life tourist accident/casualty insurance. 

Tour Exclusions:
*Entry or exit China airfare.
*Personal expenses.
*Gratuities, tips to guides or drivers. 

Notes:
*Discount for children from 2 to 12 years old differs according to your tour size.
*If you are a group of 10 or 10 people above, please tell us, we could give a very competitive discount.
*If you need to prolong your stay in China, or arrive a few days earlier, please let us know and we’d be happy to extend your hotel bookings, or arrange additional tours for you. 

Featured Hotels:

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Beijing Crowne Plaza Beijing Sunworld Hotel Red wall Hotel Beijing
Xian Sofitel on Renmin Square Xian Bell Tower Hotel New Henderson Hotel
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