Pick up from your hotel in Xian in the morning. First visit the Qin Shi Huang’s tomb, the unopened Qin Shi Huang’s tomb (the first emperor’s tomb), the largest underground royal tomb in the world. There is evidence suggesting that Qin Shi Huang’s Tomb remains relatively intact. Qin Shi Huang (259 BC – 210 BC), the first emperor of China, ascended the throne at the age of 13, when construction of his tomb began. He ordered 720,000 conscript laborers to to build his royal tomb. It was completed just-in-time in 210 BC for his use. The tomb is located just 1.5km west of the site of Terracotta Warriors.
Then move on to the Terracotta Warriors. The original site was found by four local farmers drilling a well in 1974. Now it has turned into the most important attraction in Xian – Terracotta Warriors and Horse Museum. It is located about 30 km east of the Xian City.
The museum includes Pit 1, Pit 2 and Pit 3 as well the exhibition hall of the chariots and horses. The Pit 1 is the largest of the three. The museum and the mausoleum are listed the world’s cultural legacies as the UNESCO.
No 103, Yabaoli, Chaoyang Distirct, Beijing, China
Mon - Sun 9.00 - 20.00