All Drivania rides are Carbon Neutral

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Datos de mapas ©2021
Datos de mapas ©2021

Discover Xi'an with your private chauffeur

Not only the terracotta army is waiting for you, a rich culture matured over the years is ready to show you how touches of Muslim mixes with Chinese history.

Famous for its Terracotta Warriors, Xi’an is the capital of China’s Shaanxi province, and the starting point of the ancient Silk Road. The city’s advantageous geographical location has attracted many logistics companies to open offices in Xi’an, the location’s rich cultural heritage make the city become one of the top destinations in China.

What to do in Xi’an

Ancient City Wall


The first landmark visitors will encounter in Xi’an is the ancient city wall, which surrounds the old city in a large square area. As the symbol of the old-line city, the City Wall is the largest and most intact ancient city wall structures in the world. Originally built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), it was function for military fortification. Now it has become a local hot tourist attraction for the city.


Visiting the Terracotta Army


The Terracotta Warriors are one of the must-visit attractions for all travelers to China. The dramatic exhibition reveals the secrets behind the 2,000-year-old army of clay statues that guarded the tomb of China’s first emperor until a chance discovery in 1974. Book your private transfer to get the there from the city centre (1 hour trip estimated).


Muslim Street


The Muslim Quarter of Xi’an is home to one of the liveliest areas. The street has a long history, dating back over 1,000 years and is the hub of the Muslim community in the city. So the Xi’an Muslim Food Street is the collective name for a number of streets and it has become a famous attraction of Xi’an for its profound Muslim cultural atmosphere.


Great Mosque


The Great Mosque in Xi’an is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved Islamic mosques in China. According to historical records engraved on a stone tablet inside, the Great Mosque was built in 742 during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). It is well worth to see the Great Mosque, not only for its centuries’ old history but also for its particular design of mixed architecture, traditional Muslim and Chinese styles.

Here our itinerary suggestion

Book your transfer from the international Xi’an Xianyang International Airport(XIY) to the Shangri La Hotel in Xi’an. Don’t miss the opportunity make your clients visiting the Terracotta Army seamlessly and without crowd with a private chauffeur, from a simple transfer to a personalized service at disposal of your client.