Yart Inn (Xi'an Jixiang Road)

No.31 Jixiang Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710061, China
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how to travel around xian?

by tistra

Hello, I have many questions to ask you,
1. I will arrive xian about middle of September, how about its weather during that time?
2. I reserved Silkroad hotel at Jiefang Rd. Is it a good hotel and good location?
3. Me and my friends (3 of us) would like to go to Qian Ling mausoleum and also prince yide and princess yongtai's tomb. How I can go there from Xian sice it's far from here about 80 kms.
4. How I can go to terra cottta warrior museum and qin mausoleum, taxi or bus?
5. Could you recommend good terra cotta warrior factory, which have tour?
6. Is Xian has a subway system yet? I read that it will open this year. Thanks

RE: how to travel around xian?

by DSwede

Sorry, but I cannot answer all of your questions.

1. Sept is still quite warm, maybe some rain
2. no idea of the hotel
3. I do not recall the numbers of the busses, but there are bus services to all towns and areas. I would ask someone at your hotel for assitance.
4. The T/C warrior museum is an expensive taxi, but if you prefer more comfort, then by all means do it. I wrote a tip about how to get there by bus.
5. I personally did not go to one of the factories. I've been to rug factories, marble factories, jewelery shops, papyrus factories, etc... to me I had no desire to do another tour.
6. Xi'an has no subway, but it does have a fairly easy an inexpensive bus system.

RE: how to travel around xian?

by ellyse

2) My personal favourite for the Bell Tower area is the Shaanxi Wenyuan Hotel, in case you're interested.
3) Join one of the tours... can't remember if they're on "west" or "east" line though, but it should be apparent once you get to the travel agency/hotel travel desk.
4) Cheapest way will be via bus 306 from in front of Xi'an train station. The fare is only 8 RMB round-trip.
6) Don't think so.

Travel Tips for Xi'an

The Drum Tower

by mke1963

As in all Chinese cities, the Bell and Drum Towers were the main civic features, allowing citizens to time their days by the beat of the drum or ring of the bell.
In Xi'an the Drum and Bell Tower are one hundred meters apart at the very centre of modern-day Xi'an.
The Drum Tower is set back from the road, at the edge of a large plaza. While both towers are set in the context of the 21st Century, one in the middle of a roundabout, the other behind McDonalds, it is actually a constant reminder of the longevity and strength of Chinese culture that both buildings seem to be stronger for it. It is a visual reminder that what was built hundreds of years ago has far more architectural, social and cultural significance than what we are creating today.
The Drum Tower actually sits astride the Beiyuanmen, one of the main access roads to the Muslim Quarter.
It was constructed four years earlier than the Bell Tower, in 1380 during the reign of Hongwudi of the Ming Dynasty.
The tower, built of huge solid grey bricks, sits on top of a platform 7 metres above the road. Inside the Tower, there is the usual (but interesting) exhibition of Chinese time-keeping ... by the hour, the day and the season.
From the platform, at the back, there are some wonderful views over the rooftops of the Muslim Quarter.

World of Dumplings

by muddybok about De Fa Zhang Jiaozi Shop

They produce some of the best dumpling in Xi’an. Well, I don’t quite impress with them. It could be over promoted by tourist and the local taste somehow not quite match with mine.

Foods here are tasteless, neither salty nor spicy.

Bell Tower

by nattybabe

The Bell Tower (36m high) dating from 1384 marks the centre of Xi-an. It was moved from it's present site (from 2 blocks west) in 1582 and restored in 1739.

In the past a large iron bell would be sounded to mark the time. Now you can pay to ring it yourself at any time of the day (Y15 for 3 goes).

Access to the tower is actually directly from the underpass on the north side.

Entry is Y15 or Y25 for both the Drum and Bell Towers.

Walk above the chaos of Xian

by lindyz

Only a short walk from our Hotel was the entrance to the City Wall. East gate entrance was closer, but more people had recommended getting onto the Wall at the South Gate Entrance - Im not sure why!!?? Because we found it extremely difficult finding a way to cross the very very very busy roundabout to gain entry to the wall - nearly got killed several times that day!

Entrance to the Wall was 40rmb = about $7AUD which is a small price to pay to escape the chaos of Xian and to walk above it in a completely different world. The day we were there, the weather was perfect, sunny and warm and we walked about 1km in one direction and then back. Im told the Wall is an in tact 14km walkable wall all around inner Xian, so if you have time on your sleeves, I would recommend walking the entire distance. You can also catch a small minimus or hire a bicycle to ride on the wall, but we just walked.

Funnily enough, we came across an Australian guy who was by himself and he asked us to take a pic of him on his bike, we got talking and it ended up that he worked with a guy at Qantas in Sydney who was best friends with Tracy's brother!!! What a small world we live in.

You have many markets and...

by socrates_07

You have many markets and stores, especially in the muslime quarter. But in Xi´An you also have very modern stores... Xi´An is not only a city with a long history, it´s also a very modern city. There you can pick up souveniers and antiques as well, which are generally cheaper and more varied than in Beijing. But be aware that many of the antiques are fake. (of course not only in Xi'An)


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