Overview

    Xi'an, the eternal city, records the great changes of the Chinese nation just like a living history book. During Xi’an's 3,100 year development, 13 dynasties such as Western Zhou (11th century BC - 771 BC), Qin (221 BC - 206 BC), Western Han (206 BC - 24 AD) and Tang (618 - 907) placed their capitals here. So far, Xi’an enjoys equal fame with Athens, Cairo, and Rome as one of the four major ancient civilization capitals. Xi'an enjoy the laudatory title of 'Natural History Museum'. There are many famous sites like the Museum of Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang and the City Wall of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644).
    Xi'an is the capital of Shaanxi province, located in the southern part of the Guanzhong Plain. With the Qinling Mountains to the south and the Weihe River to the north, it is in a favorable geographical location surrounded by water and hills. It has a semi-moist monsoon climate and there is a clear distinction between the four seasons and suitable for traveling.
    Praised as 'the capital of table delicacies', Xi'an has been rich in the delicious Shaanxi snack, delicate Guangdong Cuisine and popular Sichuan Cuisine such as the hot pot. Among all the delicacies, the most famous and popular one is the Muslim Snack Street. The night life in Xi'an has a unique glamour. Traditional ways include enjoying the night scenery around the Bell Tower, taking part in a Tang Dynasty Dinner Show, strolling on the ancient Big Wild Goose Pagoda Square and watching the music fountain performance. All in all, any experience in this ancient city will bring you fun and possibly a little surprise!