Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Terracotta Warriors Essential Full Day Tour from Xi'an submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Excellent trip! The tour guide was very knowledgeable, and you got to see this famous, amazing piece of history. Make sure you get your souvenirs at the factory you stop off at; the prices at the actual site are really expensive! You also get to see Banpo site, which is also very interesting.Reviewed by: Stephen W, United Kingdom, September 2008
It was amazing to see all these pieces of art and to only see a fraction of what is really there.Reviewed by: Allison D, United Kingdom, October 2007
I enjoyed the tour. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable. Xi'an was an excellent city to visit. I would definitely recommend this tour to friends.Reviewed by: Kim V, New Zealand, August 2007
Our guide was helpful and knowledgeable. We got to see and do what we wanted. It was extremely cold but still not a problem. Definitely will do it again.Reviewed by: Jade C. M, USA, January 2007
We had a good, knowledgeable guide and we saw the key sites in Xian.Reviewed by: Daniel K, United Kingdom, November 2006
Bus arrived on time, tour guide very knowledgable and friendly, a great experienceReviewed by: Arthur S, January 2014
ExcellentReviewed by: Harish C, July 2013
Very Enjoyable Tour, Mr Chin spoke excellent english and was very informative guideReviewed by: Patrick V, May 2013
Good guide with great knowledge........factory visit included a heavy sales pitchReviewed by: Nicola B, February 2013
The day trip was excellently organised. The Travel Guide arrived on time, albeit we were only a small party.
We went to the Banpo site first which was interesting although something that I couuld have easily left out of the tour. The Terracotta Warriors were brilliant although we went during the National China Holiday week so all the locals were on holiday so the queues were incredibly long and the crowds overwhelming. Due to the high volume of people it was difficult to see everything at a leisurely pace. We went into the Gift/Souvenir shop afterwards to purchase a book, which was signed by the Farmer who had discovered the treasures!
Overall, well worth a visit.