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3-Day Private Tour of Xi'an & Beijing with Flight


Duration: 3days

Group size: 1-4 pax

Price: 1pax booking(11000RMB/person or 1700USD/person)

           2pax booking(9700RMB/person or 1500USD/person)

           3pax booking(9000RMB/person or 1400USD/person)

           4pax booking(8000RMB/person or 1250USD/person)


  • Private guided 3-day tour of Beijing and Xi'an

  • Entrance fees

  • Breakfast on days 2 and 3, lunch on days 1 and 2, and dinner on days 1 and 2

  • Luxury hotel accommodation in Xi'an and Beijing

  • Roundtrip transportation between attractions and hotels

  • One-way flight tickets between Guangzhou, Xi'an, and Beijing

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Payment: cash collected at tour start

Tour departure time: 8am

Tour departure point: the lobby of your hotel


Tour Description

Examine an army of ancient terracotta warriors, stroll along the legendary ramparts of the Great Wall, and uncover the history in Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. With convenient transportation and airfare from Guangzhou, embark on a 3-day adventure to Xi'an and Beijing with a private guide.

Day 1:
Kick off your city-hopping excursion with pickup from your Guangzhou hotel and head straight to the airport for the quick flight to Xi'an. When you arrive, jump in comfortable transportation and make your way to the site of the Terracotta Army, grabbing lunch at a local restaurant on your way.

Spend the afternoon gazing at the stern expressions on more than 8,000 clay soldiers, discovered underground by local farmers in 1974, and learn how these earthen warriors were said to protect the tomb of China's first emperor.

Afterward, make a special trip to the Xi'an city wall and bell tower, check out the local Muslim quarter, and get a good night's rest in your 5-star hotel.

Day 2:
A convenient ride takes you to the airport for your flight to Beijing. After you touch down, ride directly to the well-preserved Mutianyu section of the Great Wall to snap photos and wander around this wonder of the world.

Recharge with a scrumptious lunch and tea, spend the early evening checking out Olympic monuments like the Water Cube and National Stadium, and cap off your day at a restaurant specializing in succulent Peking duck before you grab a few winks in your 4-star accommodation.

Day 3:
Wake up refreshed for a morning trek around the red bricks and incredible palaces that line Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, catching a final ride to the airport or your Beijing hotel, if you've made arrangements to stay in town.



Reminder:Tip or Gratuity for Tour guide is Optional and recommended

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