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All reviews rent a bike south gate old city entire city golf cart two hours nice walk lit up at night ming dynasty xi'an city walk around entrance fee take photos bell tower terracotta warriors bikes tandem
Once you climb to the top the views back down looking at the gardens and the traditional Chinese temples are nice. It’s 13kms if you walk right around or you can take a little train ( which is ridiculously expensive). You don’t need to walk...More
We took a day tour to the terra cotta warrior museum and the Xian City Wall was included as part of the package. The Wall itself is interesting from a historical Importance perspective in protecting the city during olden days but nothing spectacular. On the...More
One of the oldest wall dated back Yang and Ming dynasty. It is nicely built architectural building that has 3km x 5 KM in total length Of the wall.. you can rent a bicycle to cycle around the wall. You can have a good view...More
Cycling the Xi'an City Wall was part of our customized, private package Odynovo China tour which included a driver and English speaking guide for the two of us. Our travel consultant, Andy, recommended cycling the City Wall. So glad we decided to ride the bikes....More
This city wall is the evidence of a great history of silk road. This is the witness of the massive inter-country bussiness thousand years ago. Luckily, this wall is still in a good condition and the government add bicycle facility for any tourist who wants...More
Response from papertiger555 | Reviewed this property |
I rode bike 20 years ago but in 2018 I actually did not see anyone doing the same thing. Perhaps there are too many visitors now. But I assume they won't have helmet even if they rent bike because there are no cars so it is... More
I rode bike 20 years ago but in 2018 I actually did not see anyone doing the same thing. Perhaps there are too many visitors now. But I assume they won't have helmet even if they rent bike because there are no cars so it is not considered dangerous for bikers--my guess.
Response from Audibear1 | Reviewed this property |
Once you leave you cannot renter. It’s very inexpensive to get in around 8 US dollars. I would recommend renting the bikes it’s a lot of fun and you can ride at your own pace. Stopping and viewing the city it’s beautiful.
Need advice for 8 effective day itinerary Beijing+Xian (7 Replies)
Dear all, I'm traveling with my two daughters (13&11 y.o.) in May-June 2018, which is during the Ramadan fasting month (We are moeslem). It is our first trip to China mainland. Need your advice on below itinerary. - Day 1: arrive at PEK at dawn (1 AM). Beijing city tour: the Tian'anmen Square, the Forbidden City, Jinshang Park . - Day 2: the Badaling Great Wall, Temple of Heaven. - Day 3: Beijing zoo, lama temple, Confucius temple. Overnight train to Xian - Day 4: The Museum of Qin...More
April 24, 2018|
Response fromJean-Pierre D|
You'll have a lot of free time in Xi'An. Consider stopping in Pingyao between Beijing and Xi'An.
1 day in Xian (15 Replies)
Hello. Is a full day sufficient for Xian city centre ? I intend to visit the following sights : - Xi'an Bell Tower - Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayanta) - Drum Tower (Gulou) - cycle around the Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang) - Muslim Quarter - Shaanxi History Museum I will visit the Terracotta warriors on a separate day. How long do you think I need for the Shaanxi museum ? Thanks.
March 07, 2015|
Hello: No any problem, what you can do like this: Big wild goose pagoda, shannxi history museum in the morning, after the lunch to the local restaurants, biking on the city wall of xian from the South gate of city, stroll to the local Muslim Quarter, the Great mosque, Bell and Drum tower square, have dinner over there. Hope this can help Bryanbai
How many days do i need? (6 Replies)
I shortlisted some attractions of Xi An and wondering if the below arrangement is good. Day 1: Terra Cotta Warriors & Horses Tomb of Emperor Jingdi (Hanyangling) Tang Dynasty show Day 2: Banpo Neolithic Village Huaqing Hot Springs Lishan Mountain Huaqing Pool Day 3: Xi'an Bell Tower Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayanta) Drum Tower (Gulou) Xi'an Banpo Museum Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang) Muslim Quarter Day 4: Mt. Huashan Tour
February 17, 2015|
I'd make some adjustments and split the Xi'an sights up differently for logistical reasons and to vary the types of things you experience each day. 3 days in Xi'an is plenty of time to do all this without being rushed--and you can and should add some things to your list. Two days possible but you would be rushing. The Huashan daytrip will be a long one--use bullet train back and forth unless you are heading further east to Luoyang after Huashan. If you have an evening flight out of Xi'an on...More