Xi'an Arraction
2D / 1N


Day 1:

 Small Wild Goose Pagoda-Great Mosque-Lessons of Chinese calligraphy-Baxian Temple
Small Wild Goose Pagoda: The Small Wild Goose Pagoda was built in the year 707 A.D during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). As it is newer and smaller than the Big Wild Goose Pagoda the name was given to distinguish the two. Unlike the grand Big Wild Goose Pagoda, it is dainty and exquisite in its appearance. It is an important cultural relic and one of the remaining symbols of ancient Chang'an (the name of Xian in the Tang Dynasty).
Great Mosque: It’s one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved Islamic mosques in China. Promenade in Muslim Street, all the shops and restaurants in the street are operated by Muslims. This colorful street is packed with shops selling a large variety of interesting local delicacies, snacks and souvenirs.
Lessons of Chinese calligraphy: Learn how to write Chinese characters.
Baxian Temple: (Temple of the Eight Immortals), as its name indicates, is mainly dedicated to the legendary Eight Immortals. It is the biggest Taoist temple in Xian and is a famous Taoist architecture in northwest China.
Lunch: Chinese Hot Pot
Transfer to the airport or the railway station for the next destination.

Day 2:

Terracotta Warriors and Horses - Chinese herbal medicine market
Arrive in Xi’an in the morning. Meet your guide and breakfast in the hotel.
Terracotta Warriors and Horses: created about 2200 years ago, were found in 1974 on the east side of the tomb of the First Emperor Qin Shihuang. It was discovered in the spring of 1974 in the eastern suburbs of Xi'an by a group of farmers who were digging water well.
Chinese herbal medicine market: It is a traditional market where peasants and wholesalers sell bags and bags and boxes and boxes of interesting herbs, medicines and medicinal foods. They are expensive and hard to find in the West.
Night tour: You could take the public bus to go around the big Wild Goose Pagoda for enjoy the beautiful moonlight and music fountain.

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