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2-Day Xian and Luoyang Tour from Shanghai

By , 10/10/2013 3:45 AM
Shaolin Temple

Shaolin Temple

Tour Code: BTG-SX-026
Departure Date: Daily

Day 1 Shanghai-Xian (L)
Hotel to Shanghai airport transfer; fly to Xian.
Upon your arrival, be met by our guide and driver at Xian airport. Visit the Terra-cotta Warrior and Horses. These 6000 life-size painted terracotta warrior and horses-individually sculpted from real life models and arranged in battle formation have been protecting the mausoleum of the first emperor in Chinese history- Emperor Qinshihuang for 2,200 years. After lunch, move on to downtown Xian to visit Xian City Wall, one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world; and the Big Wild Goose Pagoda which is the symbol of the old-line Xian, a holy place for Buddhists.

Day 2 Xian-Luoyang-Shanghai (B, L)
Hotel to Xian railway transfer; catch the high-speed train to Luoyang. Visit Longmen Grottoes, regarded as the three most famous treasure houses of stone inscriptions in China; and the Shaolin Temple, the origin of Chinese Kung Fu. You will also enjoy the real Kung fu performance by the monks.
After the tour, transfer to airport and fly back to Shanhgai. Upon arrival in Shanghai, Shanghai airport to hotel transfer by our driver.

Below are suggested hotels for your reference. You could also reserve hotel by yourself.

Hotel Class



Sofitel on Renmin Square Xian


Bell Tower Hotel


Xian City Hotel

Tour Inclusions

*Admission fees for all of the sightseeing spots listed in the itinerary.
*Meals as listed in the itinerary.
*Hotel charges in Xian.
*China internal flight: Shanghai-Xian; Luoyang-Shanghai.
*High-speed train: Xian-Luoyang.
*Private English-speaking tour guide and private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing.
*Free visits to handicraft factories.
*Service charge & government taxes.
*Luggage transfers between airports and hotels.
*Free-bottled mineral water.
*China life tourist accident/casualty insurance.

Tour Exclusions
*International flights.
*Hotel charges in Shanghai.
*Personal expenses.
*Gratuities, tips to guides or drivers.