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Xi’an is the city where the ancient Silk Road begins. It is one of China’s four ancient capitals and now a famous historic and cultural city with the most outstanding of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Big Goose Pagoda and many other historical relics.

Xian Quick Facts

English Name: Xian

Railway Stations: Xian Railway Station

Zip Code: 710000

Location: Middle of Yellow River

Chinese Name: 西安 (XiAn)

Suburban Districts: Middle of Yellow River

Airports: Xian Xianyang International Airport

Area Code: 029

Population: 8.4678 Million (2010.11)

Best Time to Visit: Summer Time

Top Attractions in Xian

Xian Maps Free Download

Find maps of Xian, including Xian's regional location to other parts of China as well as . Our Xian travel guide ( includes weather, living, food, weather, transportation, etc.) has heaps of useful information and tips! > See More

Shopping in Xian

As one of the most famous ancient cities in China with its abundant historic and cultural heritages, Xian also offe fantastic shopping experience with its rich souveni and craftworks. Replicas of terracotta warrio, Tang Tricolored Pottery, hand-made paper-cuts, shadow puppet, and folk paintings are the most popular things to buy in Xian. For tourists wanting to buy souv...> See More

Restaurants (Food) in Xian

The fantastic Xian food are also great charms to tourists. Xian food is featured with classic China's northwestern flavo and it takes wheaten food, beef, and mutton as the major dishes. There are a large variety of specialties and snacks to taste in Xian and popular snacks that tourists should not miss out include Roujiamo, Mutton Paomo, Dumpling Banquet, Guantang Steamed Bu...> See More

Entertainment in Xian

Combining the ancient civilization and modern culture, nightlife in Xian is very vibrant with many interesting and exciting entertainments and activities to enjoy. From modern entertainments in ba, pubs and cafes to local featured activities to experience the glamour of the ancient culture and local customs like Tang Dynasty Show tourists and Dumpling Banquet, tourists have ...> See More