Xi’an is an enchanting city full of ancient architectural marvels, including its 700-year-old city wall
Xi’an is home to the world-famous Terracotta Army, 7,000 clay soldiers, horses and chariots which have been guarding Emperor Qin's tomb since 210 B.C.
Explore Xi’an by setting off from the Bell Tower, the city’s central landmark and the spot where four main commercial streets meet
Discover Xi’an’s Big Wild Goose Pagoda, originally built in 652 during the reign of the Tang Dynasty Emperor Gaozong and containing Buddhist relics taken from India
Enjoy fresh air and stunning mountain scenery at Huashan, a 2,155-metre peak known for its steep slopes and hair-raising walkways
Indulge in some rest and relaxation at the Huaqing Hot Spring near Xi’an, a popular recreational spot for more than 6,000 years