Xi'an has more than 7000 years of civilization history, 3100 years of history of building a city, and 1100 years of history of establishing a capital. It is the starting point of the ancient Silk Road, and more than ten dynasties have established their capitals here. Xi'an is also one of the "World Historic Cities" identified earlier by UNESCO and one of the National Historic and Cultural Cities announced earlier by the State Council. It has attracted countless tourists with its long history and rich cultural heritage.
Xi'an, one of the four ancient capitals in the world, which is also one of the most influential capitals in the history of China with the largest number of dynasties, the longest and the most influential. As early as 1 million years ago, Lantian ancient people had built settlements here. Xi'an has unique tourism resources, surrounded by more than 120 tombs of emperors, and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Qin Dynasty are also known as the "eighth wonder of the world". In recent years, the development of Hanyang Tomb has once again caused a sensation in the world. The nude colored figurines unearthed are known as "Oriental Venus". In addition, there are more than 6000 years of Banpo ruins in Xi’an; the Stele Forest Museum, known as the stone historical library, the Shaanxi History Museum known as the “half of the country” in the Chinese cultural relics collection, and the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the place where the famous Tang Dynasty monk Xuanzang translated the scriptures…
March to May - Xi'an is warm and dry in spring, with beautiful natural ecology, which is suitable for travel
September to November - The cool autumn is suitable for visiting the many historical sites in Xi’an. Whether it’s the tombs of the emperors or the ancient city wall, the big and small wild goose pagodas, or hiking, they are all good choices
It is recommended that you bring comfortable shoes. There is no doubt that you will have to travel a lot, so you must wear comfortable shoes. It is recommended to use sunscreen and bring bottled water with you. If you are a photography enthusiast, please don't forget the camera, film and battery…
Flatbread in mutton soup，Kabob ，Xi'an meat burger，Cold noodles，Glutinous rice and date cake…are all Xi'an specialties.
Those terracotta warriors and horses were made about 2,200 years ago. They are life-size terracotta warriors to defend the army of Qin Shihuang (which was the first emperor in Chinese history). They were unveiled to the world in March 1974.
Generally speaking, as long as it does not rain heavily, Xi'an is suitable for visiting all year round. The best time to go there is spring and autumn, which are March to May and mid-September to early November. As one of the most popular tourist cities in China, another factor you need to consider is the peak season. Therefore, it is recommended that you avoid using July and August (Chinese schools are closed for summer vacation) and statutory holidays, such as Labor Day holidays (3 days before and after May 1) and National Day holidays (October 1-7).