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Xian is one of China’s oldest cities. In fact, it is one of the four Great Ancient Capitals of the country. At present, the city is highly populated. There are over 8 million inhabitants living in it as of 2010.
The Xian Xianyang International Airport (XIY) provides several options for airport transport or transfer for tourists. Like other international airports, the one in Xian has facilities like luggage storage, cafes, shops, restaurants, bookstores, smoking areas, and money exchanges. You can choose among shuttle buses, train, taxis, bicycles and rental cars for airport transport. The train and buses will allow you to experience the Xian crowds.
For roaming around the city, you can choose to go by foot since most places especially the shops can be reached by just walking. You can also opt to hire a bicycle. Nonetheless, you can choose from trains, taxis, and buses.
Once you’ve chosen a means of roaming around Xian, it is time to think of what place to visit first. You may want to see the Terracotta Army. They are a collection of sculptures that depict the army of the China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang. The sculptures were made in the 3rd century BC but were discovered only in the 1970s.
A visit to Xian is incomplete if you do not climb and walk on the city wall. It also gives a nice view of the city. It is the best preserved of all China’s city walls that have been used as a military defense system during the ancient times.
You should also visit the Drum Tower at the city center. It was built during the Ming Dynasty. The drums were played during sunset. The nearby Bell Tower has the bells that were signaled dawn.
Xian also has a Muslim community. It is like you’re in an Arab city in just an instant. The bazaars are fun and there are a lot of foods and items to be found. Look for the Great Mosque. You can enter and tour the mosque except the main prayer hall. Be ready to pay a fee, too.
If you’re tired, a hot spring experience in Xian is worth the price. Go to the Huaqing Palace Heritage Site. This is where palaces and bathing pools of China’s kings and emperors were built. The Huaqing Palace Hotel offers an emperor-like bathing experience.