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Private Tour I:4-Day Luxury Tours of Xian
Tour Code: XAP-09
Departure: everyday
Tour Type: Private, sightseeing, cultural journey, hiking tour
Attraction: Terracotta Worriors, Huaqing Hot Springs, Mt. Huashan, Great Mosque, City Wall, Shaanxi Province History Museum
Highlight: From this 4 days tour, you not only visit one of the Eight Wonders on the earth - Terracotta Worriors, royal Huaqing Spring, Great Mosque, Province History Museum, Xi'an landmark City Wall, but also hike Mt. Huashan which is known as the steepest mountain in China.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner   
An old saying in China tells the unique position of this legendary city: "If you want to see China of 100 years ago, visit Shanghai; China of 500 years ago, Beijing; China of 2000 years ago, Xi'an". As the cradle of Chinese culture, the city was the first capital to the  feudal dynasty of China, and also many of its successors. The position as the cultural and political center of the country has left the city with a great heritage, whose physical and spiritual evidence still dominates the ancient city.The grand underground museum and the breath-taking cliffs A" In Xi'an, not only large numbers of historical relics from the primitive society to the feudal society, but also the great changes of nowadays in the ancient city can be seen. The Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses is one of the seven human wonder and is famous in the world. As one of the five well-known mountains in China, Hua mountain is famous for its precipitous slopes."
Day by day itinerary
Day 01: Arrival in Xian

Our guide and driver will pick you up at Xian airport which is 50km away in the north of the city. Transfer to your hotel. Visit the City Wall.
City Wall: was extended on the remains of Sui and Tang imperial cities in the third year of Hongwu under the reign of Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang in Ming Dynasty (A.D.1370). This gigantic project lasted eight years. As the largest and well-presserved ancient city wall in China, it has been listed by th State Council as one of the first group of key historical relics under national protection since 1961. Xi'an City Wall is magnificent in structure and exquisite in design. The overall length of the rectangular wall is 13.74 km with the distance from west to east a little longer than that from north to south.

Day 02: Xian

Visit the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, the Huaqing Hot Springsand the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. The local speciality Dumpling Dinner is served in the evening.
Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum: Emperor Qin Shihuang's Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses Museum, built on the ruins of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses pits, is a modern museum for archaeological excavation, scientific research, exhibitions, cultural relic protection and tourism service. It lies in Lintong District of Xi'an city. Emperor Qin Shihuang' Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses Museum was listed as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 1987 and praised as the Eighth Wonder of the World.
Hot Spring Palace: located 30km east of Xi'an City, Huaqiang Pool was initially the Huaqing Palace of Tang Dynasty. It is one of the most famous royal gardens in Chinese history. It is popular for its history of 3000 years of royal gardening and 6000 years of hotspring utilization. Especially famous for the legendary love story between the Emperor Xuan Zong and his concubine Yang Yuhuan of Tang Dynasty and astonishing-the-world "Xi'an Incident" happened in 12 December 1936. The large-scale landscape opera performed by the administration of Huaqing Poll-the Chang Hen Ge (Love Story betwwen Romeo and Juliet of the Chinese Version), with the Huaqing Palace the backgroup and the Tang culture its theme, demonstrates the romantic and exceedingly sentimental love story artistically.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda: regarded by many as a symbol of the Xian city, the pagoda was built in 652 A.D. in Tang Dynasty to store the sutras brought back from India by the famous monk Xuan-zang. and Visit the Provincial Museum -a magnificent architectural complex in the Tang Dynasty style. the museum exhibits over 3,000 unearthed historical relics, a small fraction of their collection. And then dirve to Xian International Airport in the afternoon for departure.

Day 03: Xian - Mt. Huashan - Xian

It takes an hour and a half to the foot of Huashan Mountain. Then take the cable car to the North Peak. Climb the Thousand-feet Stone Pillar, the Lianhua Peak, the Yuquan Court and the Changjin Pavilion.
Mountain Hua: the most steep and perilous mountain under the sun, is elevated at 2160.5 meters above the sea level. It is the fourth holy-land where legendary immortals live. The five peaks, namely the Eastern Peak (known as the Sunrise Peak); the Western Peak (known as the Lotus-flower Peak); the Southern Peak (known as the Wild Goose Perching Peak); the Northern Peak (known as the Cloud Terrace Peak) and the Central Peak (known as the Lady Jade Peak) overlap and tower above each other. Its mightiness and grandeur are beat described in a stanza of a poem: "Its posture overwhelms the white clouds and reflected in the Yellow River are its shadows." The overlapping mountain ridges, the strategic strongholds, the secluded valleys, the precipices, the gurgling springs and topping cascades are all worthyour adventures. There are also many other tourist attractions up and down the mountain. Such as the God's Palm Print, the Thousand-foot precipice, the Hundred-foot Crevice, the Furrow, the Heavenward Ladder, the Grey Dragon Ridge, the Cliffside Path and the Sparrow-hawks'Cliff. The widespread legends and fairy tales are on everyone's lips: such as "flute to attract phoenis" "split the mountain to save Holy Mother"; and "wager a mountain by playing chess". The profound essence of the Chinese civilization is well known near and far, such as "the only path up the mountain"; "the duel at Mt.Hua" the triumphant recapture; "the Yang's hometown"; and "the root of the Chinese nation". All these features have made Mt.Hua one of the most charming and miraculous tourist attractions of its kind.

Day 04: Departure from Xian

Visit the Provincial History Museum. After enjoying the a la carte Cantonese Cuisine lunch at a famous Cantonese restaurant, visit the Great Mosque. See off.
Provincial History Museum: Shaanxi History Museum, which located at northwest of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda of Xi'an City, is the Largest and as well as the most important comprehensive museum in Shaanxi Province. The museum takes in an overall diversified assembly of more than 370,000 pieces of precious cultural relics that excaveted in Shaanxi during the past several dozens years, including the bronze wares, the potteries and the mural paintings etc, and most of them are the mostly value-deserving gems and treasures of the brilliant cultural heritages in long Chinese history.
Great Mosque: Like the Great Mosques at Hangzhou, Quanzhou and Guangzhou, the Great Mosque of Xian is thought to have existed as early as the seventh century. The mosque that stands today, however, was begun in 1392 in the twenty-fifth year of the Ming Dynasty. It was ostensibly founded by naval admiral and hajji Cheng Ho, the son of a prestigious Muslim family and famous for clearing the China Sea of pirates. Since the fourteenth century, the mosque has undergone numerous reconstructions. Most of the buildings extant today are from the Ming and Qing Dynasties of the 17th and 18th centuries. The mosque was constructed on Hua Jue Lane just outside the city walls built by the Ming Dynasty, in what was once the jiao-fang neighborhood for foreigners to the northwest of the city. Today, this neighborhood is part of Xian proper, with the city's famous Drum Tower a block away.
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This trip price includes:

  1. Hotel accommodations with breakfast as specified (but hotels are subject to change to the same category before finally confirmed).
  2. All meals as specified in the itinerary.
  3. Transfers among airports & hotels as specified in the itinerary by private car or coach with driver & English-speaking guide.
  4. Entrance fees for sightseeing as outlined in the itinerary with English speaking guide.
  5. Domestic flights, trains or buses as specified in the itinerary.
  6. Domestic airports departure taxes have been charged with the flight tickets.
  7. Travel insurance in mainland China during the above travel period.
    Arrangements for the planning, handling, operational and communication charges.

The trip price does not include:

  1. Any meals which are not included in the "The trip price includes."
    Single Room Supplements (as the above quotation for accommodation is based on twin sharing room).
  2. International air and train tickets for coming to & leaving mainland China. Air tickets or train tickets not specified in the itinerary on the first arrival day and last departure day.
  3. Excess Baggage Charges.
  4. Personal expenses: Items of a purely personal nature such as drinks, laundry, tips to guides or drivers, FAX, telephone, excess baggage charges, or sightseeing or meals which are not included in the day-to-day itinerary.
    Insurance coverage of personal loss, illness or damages incurred during your trip.
  5. Gratuities, Tips to Guides and Drivers.
  6. Visa fees

Friendly Note from chinauniquetour.com

  • Drive one and a half hour to Mt.Hua (Huashan Mountain), which is one of the most famous China's mountains known for its cliffs.
    Take cable car to North Peak of Mt. Hua.
  • Climb Thousand-foot Stone Pillar, Lianhua Peak, Yuquan Court and Changjin Pavilion. Transfer back to your hotel after the whole day tour. (No lunch)
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes are necessary while there will be a long time's walking and hiking. 
  •  We commend to take the chair lift up to (or down from) the Simatai wall.
  • Eat high-calorie food and bring some with you when climbing.
  •  Bring mineral water with you. Do not drink too much when thirsty; just sip it to keep your mouth wet.
  • It is windy in the mountain and especially humid in summer, so prepare some warm clothes (even in summer).
  • Sometimes it rains on the mountain, so take along a plastic raincoat.
  • It is not convenient to have lunch on Hua Mountain. We recommend you take some food with you.
  • The above tour is tailored for you exclusively. You will enjoy Private car, driver and tour guide.



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Private tour C: One Day Xi'an City Tour

Private tour D: One Day Tour of Mt. Hua

Private tour E: One Day West Line Tour

Private tour F: Xian 1 night 2 days Tour

Private tour G: Xi'an 2 nights/3 days tour

Private tour H: 3 Days Tour in Xian