Itinerary: City Wall→Lunch at a local farmer’s home→Terracotta Army→Muslim Quarter
Hotel or your appointed place pickup commence at around 8:30am to 9:00am. Visit the ancient City Wall, which represents one of the oldest, largest, and best preserved Chinese city walls. It was built in the Ming Dynasty as a military defense system and it exhibits the complete features of the rampart architecture of feudal society. Opt to cycle atop the ancient city walls overlooking the life of the city.
Have an included family lunch at a local farmer’s home.
Continue to visit the site of the Terracotta Army, an archaeological treasure where approximately 8,000 soldiers and hundreds of horses stand on guard in three excavated pits in an on-site museum. Learn how the underground warriors were discovered (by accident) in 1974, and why Emperor Qin Shihuang commissioned the statues to serve as his army in the afterlife.
Take an orientation walk of the bustling bazaar at Muslim Quarter. After the Muslim quarter, you will be driven back to the hotel, train station, airport or somewhere as you required. Then your pleasant one day tour comes to the end.