5 Days Xi'an Yuanjiacun Village Folk Culture and Food Tour

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5 Days Xi'an Yuanjiacun Village Folk Culture and Food Tour


Xi'an (4 Nights)

Duration: 5 Days & 4 Nights
Tour Type: Multi-City Tour
Tour Code: XIACP-9


Luxurious experience in Xi’an, the ancient capital, by staying at the best local hotel, dining at the most featured restaurant and even have a private access to investigate the warriors much more closely.

1Highlights & Map

Small Private Group of 1-2 Guest
A private access to look closely at Terra-cotta Warriors
Featured local restaurants recommendation


Day 01Xi'an

Destinations: Arrive in Xi'an


Your guide will meet you outside the arrival lobby and accompany you during the remainder of your stay in Xi’an and act as a personal concierge to you throughout your stay. Service starts from your arrival at Xi'an airport. International/Domestic flight/train arrangement is on your own. Upon transferring to the hotel with Audi A6, the rest of the day is free to recover from jetlag or to explore the neighborhood as you wish. Meals on your own.

Day 02Xi'an

Destinations: Xi'an


This morning we visit Xian’s most stunning site, the Terracotta Warriors. Dating from the second century BCE, the thousands of modeled soldiers, officers, horses and wagons form a small component of the underground army buried to protect the legendary first Emperor of China during his afterlife. His reign, unifying competing kingdoms, anticipated Xian’s subsequent rise to global prominence as the capital of mighty empires in both the Han (206BCE - 220CE) and Tang (618CE - 907CE) dynasties. You will have private access to go further and have a close look at these warriors. Lunch on your own, DaWanCheng Restaurant nearby is recommended. In the afternoon, we will continue the visit to the Banpo Museum and ride a bicycle on the Ancient City Wall. In the evening, you will be treated to a Traditional Shaanxi dumpling banquet.

Meals: B,D

Day 03Xi'an

Destinations: Xi'an


In the morning, we go to visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Drum Tower and Bell Tower. Lunch on your own, a well-selected French restaurant called La Seine is recommended. China’s capital during the Han (206BC-220AD) and Tang (618-907AD) dynasties, periods of increasing international exposure, Xi’an became home to motley communities of Nestorian Christians, Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Jews & Muslims - many of whom have left their mark. This afternoon, we will observe the enduring influence of Xi’an’s Muslim community in its Great Mosque and forever-bustling Muslim Quarter. Tang Dynasty Showwith dinner at night.

Meals: B,D

Day 04Xi'an

Destinations: Xi'an


In the morning meet our guide in hotel lobby and start to folk culture & local food tour. Driving about 1.5 hours you will arrive at Yuanjiacun Village which is free of charge. In the village one will have chance to watch Qin Opera Show, try authentic local food, and experience milling flour, waving cloth, making vinegar and grinding soybean to make Tofu (Bean Curd). That would be totally an interesting and much more impressive touring experience.In the village there are lots of local food eateries. Our guide will introduce some best ones when wandering in street. We will not arrange lunch in fixed restaurant. No matter you have lunch in any one eatery, you will miss some must-try delicious snacks in other eateries. We will leave lunch on your own interest so you could try as many kinds of local food as you like. In the afternoon you will have some free time to explore the village and take some pictures.

Meals: B

Day 05Xi'an

Destinations: Depart from Xi'an


After breakfast, you will visit the Han Yang Ling Mausoleum before you are transferred to the airport in time for your return flight home. Situated near Wei River in the northern suburb of Xi’an city, Han Yang Ling Mausoleum is the historical site designated for state protection. This mausoleum which combines modern technology, ancient civilization, historical culture and garden scenery, is built at the base of the joint tomb of Emperor Jindi and his Empress. It is the largest museum in China. Meals on your own. Service ends at your departure from Xi'an airport. Your local guide will say goodbye to you after transferring you to the airport. International/Domestic flight/train arrangement is on your own.

Meals: B

3Price Policy

Price Includes

  • Hotel accommodation in twin shared room with daily breakfast.
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner).
  • Private car/coach for transfers service and sightseeing program as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Local English-speaking tour guide for transfers and sightseeing program as indicated in each city.
  • Entrance fees to scenic spots as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Service charge and government Taxes.

Price Excludes

  • Entry or exit China international airfare or train tickets.
  • Domestic airfare or train tickets.
  • Hotel room/cruise cabin single supplement.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
  • Gratuities to the tour guide, driver and hotel bellboy.
  • Fees for entry visa to China.
  • Traveler insurance.
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary.
Note: Tipping is now considered by many locals to be a part of their normal remuneration. However, this is a matter of personal discretion. You may use following as a reference.Suggested Tipping: for local guide: $8 to $10 per person(guest) per day, for driver: $4 to $5 per person(guest) per day.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Tours Reservation
Cancellation in advance Cancellation penalty
More than 30 days No Cancellation Fee
30-10 days 50% of the full payment
9-0 days or no show 100% of the full payment

4Things to Do

Xi'an Food & Restaurants

Xian is legendary as the capital of table delicacies...

Xi'an Accommodation

As with most Chinese cities several cheap run down hotels can be found near the train station.

Xi'an Transportation

In ancient times, as the beginning of the Silk Road, Xian was one of the transport junctions in China


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