1 Day Beijing-Xian Tour by Overnight Train – B
- Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Great mosque, Muslim Quarter
- Round Trip train Tickets + private tour guide + Driver + Vehicle + Tickets entrance fee + Lunch
- Start from $265 per person
Which city must you visit after Beijing and Shanghai? Xian! Besides the famous Terracotta Warriors, the other relics and history hidden in the land of this city are also exciting seeing points considering that Xian had served as Capital more than 13 dynasties in ancient China.
How to pay a quick visit to Xian from Beijing with lowest cost? By overnight train! This one day Beijing Xian tour by overnight trains takes only one daytime and 2 nights to visit Terracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Great Mosque and Muslim Quarter, introducing you a real Xian!
- Day 1: Beijing - Xian by Overnight Train
Our local driver will pick you up from hotel lobby in later afternoon by holding a name board and transfer to Beijing West Train Station for the overnight train Z19/20:40-8:31+1(or a train with similar schedule) to Xian.
- Day 2: Xian - Beijing by Overnight TrainTerracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Great Mosque, Great Mosque, Muslim Quarter (Lunch)
AM: When your arriavl to Xian in the morning, our tour guide and driver will greet you at exit of Xian train station. Your adventure begins with Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses. On the way to the attraction spot, your guide will introduce the history and culture of this ancient city for you to catch a glimpse of reason why so many well-known relics were discovered on this land.
Known as “the eighth Wonders of the world”, Terracotta Warriors slept under the ground for 2,200 years before the accidental discovery by local farmers who were digging wells. The life-size terracotta warriors differ from one another in clothing, hairstyle, posture and facial expression. Since its opening to public in 1979, it attracts millions of people from all over the world each year and has become one of the things that represent China throughout the world. a surprisingly high level in sculpture, which is the most significant discovery of the 20th century.
Noon: Lunch in local restaurant.
PM: Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and then head back to xian downtown area for the other hightlights. Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists, one of the pagoda’s many functions was to hold sutras and figurines of the Buddha that were brought to China from India by the Buddhist translator and travelers Xuanzang.
Great Mosque, looking like a Chinese garden, is a main Islam place for religious activities in Xian. Different from the mosque in Arabic, the mosque here in Xian possesses much Chinese traditional style in both its design and artistic outlook. Walking out mosque, you will come to the bust Muslim Street where many special local products and snacks to be found along this street. You can enjoy preserved meat, casserole, various noodles.
After the tour, depart with the guide and driver at Xian train station for overnight train Z20/19:21-06:58+1 back to Beijing.
- Day 3: Beijing Arrival
Upon arrival in Beijing, meet Beijing local driver at the exit of Beijing West Train Station and finally end the whole tour with hotel drop-off.
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- Transportation: Beijing-Xian-Beijing overnight trains with soft sleeper (4 berths shared in 1 cabin)
- Entrance tickets as mentioned in itinerary
- Meal: Chinese style lunch in Xian
- Guide: Excellent English-speaking tour guides in Xian
- Private transfers in air-conditioned vehicle with licensed drivers
- Travel Agency Liability Insurance during the tour
- Government taxes
- Any optional activity / battery car / shuttle bus inside the attraction
- Our package does not include travel insurance. Please purchase travel insurance before your trip for any unforeseen circumstance.
- Any item beyond “Pirce includes”
- Gratuities to guide and driver (recommended if you are satisfied with their services)