4 Days, Mt. Huashan and Ancient Xi'an

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Day 01 Arrival in Xian

Meet you outside the baggage claim area at Xi'an Airport which is 33 miles away in the north of the city. Visit the Hanyangling Museum, the Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi on the way to the hotel. Check in at the hotel.

Day 02 Xi'an

Visit the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. To avoid having the poor food at the site, you will take highway back to downtown to have lunch at a well-known Cantonese cuisine restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and the City Wall.(B+L+D)

Night dinner options:

Luxury Series: you will have Tang Dynasty Dinner and Show at Tang Dynasty Palace (Add: No.75, Chang'an Road, Xian).

Standard Series: you will enjoy Dumpling Banquet and Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show at Shaanxi Opera Theatre (Add: No. 165, Wenyi Road, Xian).

Day 03 Xi'an

Drive out of Xian to visit the joint mausoleum of Emperor Gaozong and Wu Zetian, the most famous Empress in the Chinese history, Qianling Museum and the Famen Temple. (B+L)

Other options:

Option 1: Visit the Huashan Mountain. It takes one and a half hours to be at 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. (B+L)

Option 2: Drive to visit the Cao Tang Temple in Huxian and next continue to visit the lovely pandas in Lu Guan Tai. Drive back to Xian. (B+L)

Day 04 Departure from Xi'an

Visit the Great Mosque and a local family. After enjoying the a la carte lunch at a local famous restaurant, Then you will be transferred to the airport for your homeward flight.(B+L)

Great Mosque - The most famous mosque in Xian, the Great Mosque was first built during the mid-seventh century when Islam was introduced to Northwest China as a religion by Arabic merchants and travelers. As an important to show Muslim culture mingling with Chinese, mixed architecture of traditional Chinese and Muslim styles is a big feature of the mosque.

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