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Mausoleum of the Yellow Emperor

Mausoleum of the Yellow Emperor

4.4/51,665 Reviews
The Mausoleum of the Yellow Emperor is located on Qiao Mountain in Huangling County near Yan'an. The Yellow Emperor is regarded as the ancestor of Chinese civilization. The mausoleum is surrounded by ancient evergreen trees which have been protected for generations. In addition to the mausoleum, the site is also home to the Xuanyuan Temple, which is named after the Yellow Emperor's personal name Xuanyuan. It was constructed during the Han dynasty and is surrounded by a number of ancient evergreen trees, one of which is believed to have been planted by the Emperor himself 5,000 years ago.
Qianfosi Grottoes, Yan'an

Qianfosi Grottoes, Yan'an

4.4/523 Reviews
Historical Site
Shaanxi Luochuan Loess National Geopark

Shaanxi Luochuan Loess National GeoparkNearby City

4.6/510 Reviews
Historical Site
Geological Sites
Cangjie Muyu Cangjie Temple

Cangjie Muyu Cangjie TempleNearby City

4.6/542 Reviews
Historical Site
The ancient town of Chenlu

The ancient town of ChenluNearby City

4.2/551 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
The ancient town of Chenlu is located on a mountain peak in the Yintai District of Tongchuan City. It is named after its “Rows of Ceramic Furnaces.” Set among beautiful mountains and rivers, the ancient town of Chenlu has a long history of ceramic culture, which has accumulated a rich heritage. It is known as the “Ancient Town of Eastern Ceramics.” Ceramics making here has a history over 1400 years. The heydays of its ceramics industry occurred during the Northern Song Dynasty. The town is famous for firing green, white, black, and sauce glazed porcelain. Local porcelain products mainly consist of daily utensils such as bowls, plates, and stoves. There are also decors, religious objects, porcelain carvings, and so forth, which all have a variety of glaze colors.
Huaqing Pool

Huaqing PoolNearby City

4.4/512,789 Reviews
Historical Site
High season (March 1st - November 30th) 7:00-19:00, Low season (December 1st - February 29th) 7:30-18:00, "Xuanjing Changsheng Temple" Experience Hall in the scenic area Free opening hours are 9:00-16:30 daily (equipment overhaul every Tuesday morning, open from 13:00-16:30) (Local time)
The Huaqing Palace on the outskirts of Xi'an has been a hot spring bathing resort since ancient times and was also where the Xi'an Incident took place. During Emperor Xuanzong's reign in Tang Dynasty, it was a bathing place for the royal family and court ministers. Now, you can visit the royal pools of Tang Xuanzong and Yang Guifei, named Lotus Pool and Haitang Pool respectively. In 1936, the Xi'an Incident took place and changed China's destiny. In the southern part of the scenic spot, the “five halls” of Chiang Kai-shek’s old residential site were preserved intact, and the bullet marks of the fierce battle are still left on the walls.
Fortifications of Xi'an

Fortifications of Xi'anNearby City

4.6/521,532 Reviews
Historical Site
8:00-24:00 (Local time)
Xi'an City Wall is a landmark of this ancient city. The city walls that we see now were built in the early years of the Ming dynasty and they are now more than 600 years old. The walls were built on the foundations of the imperial city of the Tang Dynasty and they are formed together with a series of defensive installments such as moats and turrets. At present, Xi’an City Wall can be accessed by many city gates. Visitors can choose the nearest one to them. The South Gate is the visitor entrance of Xi’an City and is also the city gate with more tourists. Cycling on the ancient walls is a good experience. Riding on the wall overlooking the ancient capital of the thirteenth dynasty, you will have a feeling of travelling through time.
Daming Palace National Heritage Park

Daming Palace National Heritage ParkNearby City

4.2/53,531 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
On-season (March 1 - November 30) 8:30-18:00; off-season (December 1 - February 28) 8:30-17:30. Equipment maintenance was carried out on April 18, 2018. The business hours of the scenic spot was adjusted to 8:30-17:00, and the ticket sales time was adjusted to 8:30-16:00. (Local time)
The Daming Palace National Heritage Park was built on the site of the Daming Palace in the Tang Dynasty. Seventeen emperors had run their state affairs from the Daming Palace of the Tang Dynasty. This had lasted for more than 200 years. Empress Wu Zetian and her husband, Emperor Gaozong of Tang, as well as Empress Wu’s daughter, the Princess Taiping, had all lived in the palace. Daming Palace was the most splendid palace complex in the world at the time and the center and symbol of the Tang Empire. Today, the remaining park is divided into two parts: a free zone and a toll zone. The toll zone comprises the core area of the scenic spots, including the remains of the Hanyuan Hall and Xuanzheng Hall as well as the Daming Palace Relics Museum.
Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor

Mausoleum of the First Qin EmperorNearby City

4.1/5793 Reviews
March 16 - November 15, 8:30-18:00 (ticket sales stopped at 17:00), November 16 - March 15, 8:30-17:30 (ticket sales stopped at16:30). (Local time)
Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor is located in the suburbs of Xi'an, and is the tomb of Ying Zheng, the first emperor in Chinese history. It is known among Chinese imperial mausoleums for its large scale. Construction of the mausoleum lasted 39 years. It was built modeling the layout of the then Qin capital, Xianyang. Due to current restrictions caused by scientific and technological conditions, the underground palace of the mausoleum has not yet been excavated, but you can nevertheless feel the atmosphere of the historical relics in the surroundings of the mausoleum.
Drum Tower of Xi'an

Drum Tower of Xi'anNearby City

4.5/52,280 Reviews
Historical Site
On-season (March 26-October 25) 8:30-21:00, ticket sales stopped at 20:30, closed at 21:00; off-season (October 26 - March 25) 8:30 - 18:00, ticket sales stopped at 17:30, closed at 18:00 (Local time)
The Drum Tower in downtown Xi'an was built in the 13th year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty. It is over 600 years old. In ancient times, it was a time-keeping device. It is now one of the landmarks of the ancient city. On the south side of the Drum Tower, there is a plaque that says: "The Rich Land of Culture and Military". This plaque, together with the "The First Gate of the World" plaque in Shanhaiguan, are known as the "twin plaques of China". If you climb the Drum Tower, you can see a 1.8-meter-high drum. There are also 24 red drums engraved with 24 solar terms. They are very robust and impressive. To the north of the Drum Tower is theMuslim Quarter, which is a paradise for food enthusiasts. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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