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The Museum of Qin Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses

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The Museum of Qin Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses

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Private Half-Day Tour of Xi'an Terracotta Warriors
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Xi'an to Louyang Private Day Tour by High Speed Train: Longmen Grottoes and Shaolin Temple
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Xi'an to Louyang Private Day Tour by High Speed Train: Longmen Grottoes and Shaolin Temple

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Take one day to travel round-trip from Xi’an to Luoyang by high-speed train to visit two famous attractions, Shaolin Temple and the Longmen Grottoes. Your private guide picks you up in Luoyang and takes you to Shaolin Temple to watch a kung-fu demonstration that displays amazing martial arts moves. Then head to the Longmen Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage with Chinese Buddhist stone carvings that cover the rock mountain inside and out. Your private tour includes transportation, entrance fees, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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Celia B wrote a review Aug 8
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Obviously a very impressive place. The sheer scale of the Terracotta Army can only be appreciated with a visit. This is a treasure of Chinese culture. However, the place is enormous and the number of people is really oppressing. The whole thing is very commercialised and there
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Deanosaur89 wrote a review Jul 2020
Edmonton, Canada621 contributions40 helpful votes
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My wife has wanted to see the Warriors since she heard about them 20 years ago! It was well worth the wait! We would recommend getting a tour guide while you have questions and they wait outside the ticket office. We found a great one in Emily who spoke excellent English and has
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Buddingtraveller83 wrote a review Jul 2020
Wuxi, China138 contributions71 helpful votes
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Visited the warriors and we were not disappointed. We had our own guide, arranged beforehand and was able to learn so much. Living in china has enabled to see so many things we thought we’d never see including these. The main pit is humongous and the warriors all lined up is
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Greg S wrote a review Jul 2020
Adelaide, Australia1,133 contributions256 helpful votes
Imagine standing in a large shed that can fit 3 A380s side by side. Then, imagine the jets are replaced by Emperor Qin’s terra-cotta army facing you. Archers, soldiers, generals, chariots and all facial expressions and features of each soldier are muddled Ina actually soldier
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Stephen C wrote a review Jul 2020
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This is definitely a must see attraction. In fact, it is worth one’s while to just make a trip to Xi’an to see this UNESCO world heritage site. The warriors are so life like that you can imagine the amount of effort that went into making them centuries ago. There are 3 halls
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