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Muslim Quarter

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Muslim Quarter

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Private Customizable Terracotta Warriors Full Day Tour
US$101.54 per adult
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3-Hour Xi'an Muslim Street Food Walking Tour
US$58.29 per adult
Customized Private Day Tour of Terracotta Warriors and Xi'an
US$100.00 per adult
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Mini Group Xian Day Tour to Terracotta Army, City Wall, Pagoda and Muslim Bazaar
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Xi'an Evening Food Tour by TukTuk
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West of Bell Drum Towers Square , Beilin District, Xi'an 710000 China
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Terracotta Warriors Museum Ticket with Professional English-speaking tour guide
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Terracotta Warriors Museum Ticket with Professional English-speaking tour guide

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The Terracotta Army is the most significant archeological excavation of the 20th century and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The large collection of life-size terra cotta sculptures in battle formations represent the imperial guard troops of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of the first unified dynasty of Imperial China.<br>Visit the three pits where the warriors are on display and the Exhibition of Bronze Chariots, where you can discover one of the most extraordinary features of the terracotta warriors: each warrior appears to have distinct facial features, an incredible feat of craftsmanship and production.
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whileiminchina wrote a review 11 Apr
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So many fantastic food choices. Definitely recommend the mutton soup with bread pieces and the many varieties of flat bread. Have some fun bargaining in the souvenir shops!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Kyle Ciulla wrote a review 9 Apr
Beijing, China227 contributions72 helpful votes
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super cool place, with great food! it really was great to see so many people enjoying life in such a cool place. I would love to go back and see this place at night.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Luis C wrote a review Dec 2020
Changshu, China119 contributions18 helpful votes
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We visited twice, during night time and day tine, and we recommend you to come at evening. It's always crowded, but manageable. Tons of food. We tried the stinky tofu, and I love it.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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ThaiCookingRocks wrote a review Dec 2020
Changchun, China759 contributions117 helpful votes
This is the kind of place I love. Once you get off the manicured central walkway there is so much life and the everyday people of Xi'an. I read many of the "Terrible" reviews and it seems those people complained it was full of people. Yes it is. They complained about the smell. We didn't have that, (other than the squid, which I hate, but its part and parcel of many things in Asia. People cook squid on their carts) but if it was summer it might have been too much, but this is the rambunctious crowded, city life in a quarter of Xi'an that hasn't been gentrified. Its wonderful and amazing, but you have to be ok with crowds, being jostled, having your senses overloaded. This is what traveling to me is about. If you want a manicured, sterile visit don't come here. If you want local color then go. If you want great and unique local foods, then go.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Maxim B wrote a review Dec 2020
Ottawa, Canada884 contributions111 helpful votes
Somehow, any Central Asian flavour is considered very exotic in China. Maybe it is because of being in China. Otherwise, mostly food stalls but also lots of various trinkets, fake brand name goods, etc. I have enjoyed better street markets elsewhere.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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