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 How to get Xi’an

Map of China

More information about China can be found on the website of China National Tourism Administration.

Website: http://en.cnta.gov.cn/

For more information about Xi'an, please visit the website of Xi'an Tourism China.

Website:http://en1.xian-tourism.com:81/


 

By air 


Xi’an Xianyang International Airport (IATA: XIY) is located 50km (31 miles) northwest of the Xi’an Bell Tower, the well-known city center. Flights are available to all other major Chinese cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau etc. There are direct international flights between Xi’an and Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Travelers from Europe, America and other countries can get to Xi’an through stops in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong or Macau.

Taxi cabs and the airport shuttle bus are the major transportation tools between downtown and the airport. The one-way bus ticket is 25 yuan per person, and the taxi costs about 150 yuan.

Website:http://www.xxia.com/

 


By Train


Xi’an Railway Station is the major link for trains going west and east. The station is at the north side of the town. Buses to the station can be found on all the main streets, and the cost is only 1 or 2 yuan. For taxi, the fare is about 15 yuan if you are not too far away from the city wall.

There are direct trains from Xi’an to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, etc. Potential train riders from foreign countries are advised to compare with traveling by air, as it takes many hours by train to get to other major tourist attractions in China (such as Beijing, Shanghai), and air ticket (especially with discount) sometimes costs less than the train ticket.

Website:http://www.12306.cn/mormhweb/

 

 

Famous historic and cultural sites

 

            

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