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Terracotta Warriors Essential Full Day Tour from Xi'an

  • Xian tour to the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses
  • Get up close to Emperor Qin's Mausoleum, the site of the Terracotta Army
  • Visit the Banpo ruins dating back 6,000 years
Terracotta Warriors Essential Full Day Tour from Xi'an
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Terracotta Warriors Essential Full Day Tour from Xi'an
From US$108.99
Discover on of China’s most enthralling attractions on a full-day tour to the Terracotta Warriors Army and Horses from Xi’an. With an expert historian guide, marvel at the most significant archeological excavation of the 20th century; see 7,000 life-sized figures in ordered rows and hear of how the sculptures were meticulously constructed to honor Emperor Qin Shihuang, China’s first ruler. Discover the Neolithic artifacts of the Banpo site; appease you appetite with a delicious Chinese lunch; and enjoy convenient round-trip transportation from your Xi’an hotel.   
What to Expect
Depart from your Xi’an hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan and venture to the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage-listed site of the Terracotta Army. Listen as your guide sets the historical scene and describes how 7,000 life-sized terracotta figures and horses were buried beside Emperor Qin Shihuang in his majestic mausoleum. Disembark and explore the site, marvelling at the endless rows of figures. Browse the exhibitions of the museum to gain further insight into the intriguing history of the tomb. 
Revitalize with a traditional Chinese lunch in a local restaurant then head to the site of the Banpo ruins, an ancient area whose origin is more than 6,000 years old. Marvel at artifacts from a Neolithic matriarchal community and hear of how the ruins were discovered during a groundbreaking excavation.  
After your explorative tour, return to your comfortable vehicle and relax during the journey back to your Xi’an hotel, where the tour concludes. 
Reviews (169)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Amazing site!

It is never late to review this site though I am now back home for almost half a year from my last years visit. The site was impressive with some 8000 soldiers and horses together. The bronze chariots are a masterpiece located in a separate...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank TracyBR77
Reviewed 19 November 2018
Great day with a great guide

I learned a lot at both the Banpo village and Terracotta Warriors sites. Amazing insights into Chinese (and world) history. Nana was a great guide - very passionate and knowledgeable

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Claire F
Reviewed 11 October 2018
Spine tinglingly good! Experience of a life time.

An unexpected treat. My No 1 wish when in China - a perfect experience (other than the energetic and pushy crowds). I went through it twice and did my best to shut out the crowds in my mind. Unforgettable moving experience. Don't bother with a...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Mindy C
Reviewed 26 September 2018
the place is magically eerry,but a must visit,

the amount of pains the restorations it taking is wow.its thousands of years of history being excavated n yet open to the public

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank motikhurshed
Reviewed 5 August 2018
A Must See place

It is an amazing place to visit. There are four buildings to visit and you must ensure to visit all of them though it is crowded most of the time. You may also have the chance to see archaeologists still working on the site. A...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Peter M
29 December 2018|
Response from Claire F | Reviewed this property |
I’ve done the tour and I don’t think the company will pick you up from Beijing. It’s about a 12 hour drive between Beijing and Xi’an. You’ll need to get yourself to Xi’an first