A Walk in the Thousand Year Old Capital - Memory of Chang'an (Xian's historical name in the Tang Dynasty)
Xi'an, a bustling city that never sleeps, is a place where you will fall in love with the people, the things, the scenery, and the food from the moment you set foot on it. The city, which has seen the rise and fall of 13 dynasties, is like a vast museum. The Terracotta Warriors is one of the eight wonders of the world. The ancient City Wall and the Big Wild Goose Pagoda are what is left by the ancients to reveal history's heritage.
This ancient city has witnessed thousands of years of history, the relentless flow of time, from the Western Zhou Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty, and the dynasties continue to change.
Seeing the unified Qin Empire, Ying Zheng is stepping towards the throne. Zhang Qian, the delegate on the second expedition to the West, set off on the Silk Road again. In the shining and glorious Tang Dynasty, the Western Market is ready to open its doors for the first time.
The history of the footsteps of fading away, from which the passing of the most precious, precipitated, is priceless. The ancient city, which has witnessed a thousand years of history, still stands quietly on the same spot, watching the sunrise and set, and the river and mountains remain unchanged.
When traveling from Beijing or Shanghai, here are the Xian attractions that you may include in your travel plan.