As one of the four major ancient civilization capitals, Xi'an is also an important birthplace of Chinese Civilization and the Chinese Nation. Review the story, this legendary city was once the starting point of the Silk Road and a melting pot of cultures and religions. Xi'an draws your attention both by its profound history and fascinating lifestyles. Terracotta Warriors, the Ancient City Wall, the Muslim Quarter and food.... hidden gems lie around all over the city. Like a good book, Xi'an deserves a good read in depth.
The Terracotta Army was built to celebrate the triumph of a unified China by its first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.
The marvelous design of the Ming-era section of Xi’an City Wall is a majestic ancient example of defensive engineering.
As one of the best museums in China, Shaanxi History Museum has about 370,000 antique collections.
Xi’an’s snacks are very famous in China, although the four famous Chinese cuisines are not from Xi’an.
Walking through the tomb and you will have a better understanding of the Han Dynasty’s culture.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda is the most well-known landmark of Xi’an for its architecture and the influence of Buddhism.