It's a beautiful free park with many scenic spots and good surroundings. Clean and elegant contrasts with dirty and dilapidated areas in other parts of Xi'an City. There aren't many people. It is suggested that the sun should come down in the evening and walk in the west, and look at the lakeside night scene after dark. You can ride on the light rail connecting several scenic spots such as Furong Garden in the Tang Dynasty at your own expense. You can rent a bicycle to ride along the lake with your friends. You can also slide a cable from the other side of the lake to get a quot; fly across Pinghu to get a quot;. These self-funded projects are not expensive in themselves. If they are too expensive, they should be treated as a part of the ticket money. After all, the tickets are free. It's rather congested around. It's everywhere in the city of Xi'an. It's about an hour away from the railway station by bus. Pay attention to the schedule.
Qujiang Night, Night Qujiang River, is really beautiful. Looking back on that year, around the Qujiang Pavilion, the Tang Dynasty, Jinshi and Ti, literati and poets, Qujiang flowing drink, good and unhappy. In such a time of prosperous culture, if a confidant, happy, riding a horse, whip, sword, horizon, elegant, under the moon, lighting, wine, love, poetry, what kind of freehand brushwork. Today's Qujiang Pavilion, I can not find the free and easy poetry of the past, I am sorry.
Qujiang is as beautiful as ever. It's been coming all the way from the east gate of Normal University. The scenery is very beautiful. The key is that there are few people here. It's comfortable to ride a bicycle and blow the wind all the way. When you get to Qujiang, you can turn along the lake. You can either take a small train or walk by yourself. If you don't recommend a whole circle, you can go to many big stone bridges. You can go there, then walk along the left hand side. You can see the Wuhan Spring Bridge going up and then go back to its starting point. It's enough to stop by patting for an hour. And Qujiang is free, and there are fewer people and fewer people.
Qujiangchi Site Park is generally called Nanhu in the population of Xi'an. When you come to Xi'an, you say Nanhu is not wrong. Qujiangchi Site Park and the surrounding Qujiang Hanyao Site Park, Qin II Mausoleum Site Park and Tangchengwall Site Park form a huge urban ecological landscape belt. There are many sculptures representing the social life of the Tang Dynasty in the park, which are arranged everywhere in the park, or on lawns, or squares, or hillsides, or waterfront, or even in the water, so that the park is shrouded in a strong atmosphere of Tang culture. When children are very young, we often bring here to screen the sun. The park is free for pedestrians. Only cars are now charged by the hour. Greening is very good, the water area is large, which drives the surrounding real estate market to flourish. It is suggested that relatives who come to Xi'an for tourism come here to feel it.
Super thick snow, the lake can also see frozen fish, along the way, for the first time to see a completely snow-covered landscape, very beautiful, really beautiful. Originally, I wanted to go to Furong Garden in the afternoon. Unfortunately, the snow was too heavy to walk. I was forced to go to Changteng ghost school in Xiaozhai. Generally speaking, this park is the most impressive one I have ever visited. It is worth going to Amway in the snow.
In September, the ancient capital of Xi'an (11) Qujiang Pool Site Park, located on Qujiang Road, the ancient city of Xi'an, is a famous scenic spot of the Tang Dynasty in China. It flourished in Qin and Han Dynasties, Sui and Tang Dynasties, and lasted for thousands of years. It is now a free and open theme park of ecological culture. From Qujiang Hanyao Site Park and Qin Ershiling Site Park, Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty built the Qujiang Pool Huangqu Inlet Site, Qujiang Pavilion, Yuejiang Tower, Huxinxian Island, Lotus Corridor, Minghuang Trestle Bridge, Hanwuquan Bridge... The precious unearthed cultural relics by the roadside... Grassland, hillsides, squares and lakes have many sculptures representing the social life of the Tang Dynasty, touring along the lake, pavilions and pavilions, weeping willows like clouds, green water permeating, charming scenery... It is a good place for leisure tourism in Xi'an.
Qujiangchi Site Park is tied up with Furong Garden, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Fufeng Famen Temple and upgraded to 5A Scenic Area. Qujiangchi Site Park is built around Qujiang Pool. It is characterized by Tang culture. There are many Tang poems, celebrity sculptures, Buddhist culture, pavilions and pavilions, red flowers and green trees around Qujiangchi Site Park. During the day, a week around the lake or boating on the lake, gusts of breeze blowing, a faint fragrance of flowers! Take a walk by the lake in the evening, and find a small shop to have a rest. It's comfortable and pleasant.
Qujiangchi Site Park is a 5A class scenic spot. It is an open city garden. Its surroundings are very beautiful. Walking along the river, watching birds in the water, playing with fish, and rowing can also be done. There are also several imitation Tang buildings around. From time to time, we can encounter stores dealing in Shaanxi folk arts and crafts. The key is free tickets and great welfare.
According to historical records, Qujiangchi rose in Qin and Han Dynasties and flourished in Sui and Tang Dynasties. It is a classic of Chinese ancient landscape architecture. Qujiang River in Qin Dynasty is a natural pool, called Yongzhou, with the famous Yichun Palace. Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty was named "Qujiang" because of its vast waters and winding pools and banks. In the Sui Dynasty, when Daxing City was built, Qujiang River was included in the city outline and renamed Furong Pool. In the Tang Dynasty, Qujiang River was constructed on a large scale, the Yellow Canal was digged, the imperial court was opened, the Jiacheng City was built, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda was built, the new gate was opened, and Qujiang Pool became a thousand mu water area, a famous tourist attraction in Beijing and China. Qujiang Liuyin,"Yanta Title", "Xingyuan Guanbanquet", "Cold Kiln Story" and other allusions and legends have made Qujiang Pool more famous. At the end of Tang Dynasty, Qujiang Pool was destroyed by war palaces, and its water gradually dried up. Then it was reclaimed as a field. There was hardly any grand landscape in the garden. In July 2007, Xi'an decided to invest a huge sum of money. According to the historical water system and heritage exploration achievements of Qujiang Pool, a large-scale open garden ecological project, Qujiang Pool Site Park, covering an area of 1500 mu, integrating historical culture, heritage protection and urban recreation, was planned and constructed. As a key construction project in Xi'an, it will be completed and opened one year later. Qujiangchi Site Park highlights the strong wind of Qin and Han Dynasty, inherits the source of Sui and Tang dynasties, lakes continuity, is the perfect reproduction of the historical prosperity, is also the triumph of Xi'an "Royal City Renaissance Plan", known as the model of the construction of human Xi'an, the integration of ancient and modern, and the harmony between man and nature.
You can see it. It's an open park, free of charge, but it's a long way to go. There are some stone ruins inside, as if they were all built after, there are many sculptures of Tang Dynasty people, and there is a cold kiln! Suggest renting a bicycle! Try it when renting, some are not very good!