Xi’an Lianhu Park Accommodation (Where is the best place to stay in Xi’an Lianhu Park)

Introduction: Accommodation in Xi’an Lianhu Park (Where is the best place to stay in Xi’an Lianhu Park) How to get to Lianhu Park in Xi’an Is there a pudding hotel near Xi’an Lianhu Park? ? ? What is the contact ***? ? ? ? Fun farmhouse in the suburbs of Xi’an. I took my friends to Xi’an Lianhu Park on weekends. Friends who have been there can tell me which one is more fun there? Going to Xi’an, I know about the attractions, accommodation, food and drink~~ [Friends can help~~

How to get to Lianhu Park in Xi’an

Lianhu Park is suitable for all seasons. Each season has its own taste throughout the year. Different scenery brings you the same enjoyment, and different scenery brings you the same comfort. Choose the time to visit according to your mood. Although the seasons are different, you will come back with a full and happy experience. There are different scenery when visiting in different seasons, so remember to bring appropriate clothing and necessary documents and facilities. The scenic spot is located at No. 18, Lianhu Road, Yanta District, Xi’an City. Transportation in Lianhu Park: take bus No. 10, No. 12, No. 28, No. 102, No. 103, No. 235, No. 301, No. 606, Take bus No. 702 and get to the “Honghu Street” station, which is a 3-minute walk away. Take Metro Line 1 and get off at “Sajinqiao” station, which is a 6-minute walk away.


The park is located on the site of Chengtianmen, a palace city in the Tang Dynasty. Zhu Shuang, King of Qin in the Ming Dynasty (the second son of Zhu Yuanzhang), built the palace garden here. Because of the construction of an artificial lake and the planting of lotus flowers, it was named “Lotus Pond”. In 1916, it was established as Lianhu Park. The park is free and open to the public and is a common place for citizens to relax on weekdays.

The north gate of the park is a traditional building, simple and elegant. The water surface in the park is divided into north and south lakes. The south lake is deeper and can be used for boating; the north lake is shallower and smaller and is planted with lotus roots. Next to the North Lake is the “Lotus Courtyard”, with buildings of various heights and a lotus pond in the middle. There is a chess court and a statue of “Little Carrot” on the east side of the north gate. There are teahouses and octagonal pavilions on the west bank of the south lake. Chengtian Pavilion is the main building in the park, and there are also a library and a children’s playground.

There are many attractions, hotels, and restaurants around Lianhu Park, such as:


The distance between General Yang Hucheng Memorial Hall and Lianhu Park is 0.28km

The distance between Dapiyuan and Lianhu Park is 0.48km

The distance between Tangfang Street Catholic Church and Lianhu Park is 0.63km.

Are there any pudding hotels near Xi’an Lianhu Park? ? ? What is the contact ***? ? ? ?

Bell Tower North Store, this one should be the closest, about 1,000 meters away.

No. 27, Shangpu Road, Xincheng District, 50 meters east of Xihuamen Cross Road, south of the road, (029) 87266655

Fun farmhouse in the suburbs of Xi’an

You can go to Shiyang Villa

Shiyang Farm is located at No. 36 Yanxiang Road, Qujiang, in the southern suburbs of Xi’an. It is surrounded by 10,000 acres of ecological forest to the south, Jiaotong University Science and Technology Park to the north, and close to Xiying Road and the Second Ring Road. The transportation is convenient. It integrates agricultural production and sightseeing, tourism and vacation, conferences, accommodation, catering, entertainment and fitness. It is based on agricultural ecological development and planting, with the theme of ecological sightseeing and leisure, and features the folk customs of Sanqin. It has the only one in the urban area. Cave dwellings, resort guest rooms, ecological catering service and leisure park

The leisure and entertainment area is located in the south of the park. In the center of the leisure and entertainment area is the Shiyang Hulu Lake fishing and dining area. There is the Diaoyutai in the west of the lake area, the “Jubao Pavilion” in the north, the Yangshulin dining area adjacent to the No. 1 and 2 conference halls in the east, and the Yangshulin dining area in the south. There is a goose-shaped tree-lined promenade with grape vines, and beside the lake is a dining area around the lake, where you can enjoy fishing, chat over tea, have dinner with friends, and have chess and card entertainment. It not only provides tourists with a comfortable and appropriate environment, but also enjoys the “simple, frugal and unsophisticated” dining culture. Unique special dishes, such as the “Mother-in-law Series” watermelon sauce, roasted eggplant, Xinjiang roasted whole lamb, stone sheep mud roasted chicken and other delicacies that are never heard of. The back-to-basics green farm snacks are even more popular. Diners were full of praise. Visitors can freely pick their favorite fresh vegetables in the production park and let the chefs process them on site.

The second drive towards Cuihua Mountain was full of traffic. . . . . .

3. Can I go to the hot spring bath?

These places are not too far

There may not be karts, there are others, and karts are usually found in parks. . . . . .

The price of Shiyang Villa depends on your consumption items.

There is no room to spend as much as you want in other places.

I took my friends to Xi’an Lianhu Park on the weekend. Friends who have been there can tell me which place is more fun there?

South of Lianhu Road in the city, it is located on the site of Chengtianmen, a palace city in the Tang Dynasty. In the Ming Dynasty, King Zhu Shuang of Qin (the second son of Zhu Yuanzhang) took advantage of the uneven terrain and diverted water from the Tongji Canal to build the palace garden here. Because of the construction of an artificial lake and the planting of lotus flowers, it was named “Lotus Pond”. In the seventh year of Emperor Kangxi’s reign in the Qing Dynasty (1668), Governor Jia Fuhan presided over the dredging of the mud in the pond and renamed it “Free Life Pond”. In 1916, it was established as Lianhu Park. After gradual construction, the park has a beautiful environment, more recreational attractions, and continuous improvement of facilities. The north gate of the park is a traditional building, simple and elegant. The water surface in the park is divided into two lakes, the north and the north. The south lake is deeper and can be used for boating; the north lake is shallower and smaller, and lotus roots are planted there. Next to the North Lake is the “Lotus Courtyard”, with buildings of various heights and a lotus pond in the middle. There is a chess court and a statue of “Little Carrot” on the east side of the north gate. There are teahouses and octagonal pavilions on the west bank of the south lake. Chengtian Pavilion is the main building in the park, and there are also a library and a children’s playground.

Going to Xi’an, I know about the attractions, accommodation, food and drink~~ [Friends can help~~

There are many famous snacks in Xi’an, such as mutton steamed buns, calabash buns, meat steamed buns, cold skin buns, etc. For steamed buns, you should eat Lao Sun’s or Tong Shengxiang’s, gourd steamed buns should eat Chunshao, and meat steamed buns should eat Fanji. Liangpi is basically the same. In addition, in the Drum Tower Alley to the west of the Bell Tower, there is a snack street in Xi’an that is open 24 hours a day. The most famous ones are Jia Sanguan Tang Baozi, red sauerkraut and shredded pork fried rice, and Ma Yongxin’s Huanggui Persimmon Cake. There are all kinds of ethnic snacks such as barbecued meats and so on. You will have endless aftertaste once you go in and take a walk.

Places to play: I recommend the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and the North and South Squares are both good. One of Asia’s stone and musical fountain squares, with good views and facilities, as well as Xingqing Park, Lianhu Park, Revolutionary Park, etc., are free of charge. In terms of history, the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum has just implemented free of charge, but reservations are required. There is also the Silk City in the west of the city. The sculptures at the starting point of the road also have a historical and cultural background. You can also take the Second Ring Road to see the modern urban construction achievements of the ancient city. In addition, the antique buildings on West Street and around the South Gate, including the Academy Gate, are worth visiting. After visiting the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, You can also go to the Tang Furong Garden, preferably at night. The lighting and water screen movies are good, but the tickets are a little more expensive.

Of course, it goes without saying that there are the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Huaqing Pool and Famen Temple. If you have time, you can also go to Huashan.

Let me introduce another place to live:

Living in Bell Tower, in the city center, it is convenient to travel. In the east alley next to Kaiyuan Mall in Bell Tower, there is Wenshang Hotel and East Asia Hotel. East Asia Hotel has standard rooms ranging from 100 to 180 in different sizes.

I think we should stay at the East Asia Hotel. Room 120 in the back building is quiet. It is right outside the Rome Commercial Pedestrian Street and Kaiyuan Mall, mainly in the city center on East Street.

The snacks mentioned above represent Xi’an’s food culture and tourism resources. I also recommend a place where you can stay. It is a few minutes’ walk from the above place and it can be found on the map.

The most important thing to remember: you have to book in advance, otherwise it’s hard to tell whether the room is available. Sorry, I don’t have the website for the above location.

Specifically to the line:

Let’s first talk about Xi’an’s more representative tourist route – the Eastern Route (which is Lintong County, 45 kilometers away from Xi’an, with scenic spots such as the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Huaqing Pool, etc. Because it is to the east of Xi’an, it is commonly known as the Eastern Route):

Let’s talk about transportation first. You can take the 306 tourist line, the fare is 8 yuan/person. It is better to go to Huaqing Pool first (ticket 70, half price for student ID card, half price for senior citizen ID card 65 years old, free for 70 years old), because the Terracotta Warriors and Horses is the terminal station, and finally at You can get a seat by car to see the Terracotta Warriors and Horses. After seeing Huaqing Pool, if you are interested, you can go up to Lishan Mountain to see Bingjian Pavilion, where Chiang Kai-shek was captured.

After reading this, I switched to eating Chinese food. Haha, if you want to eat well and inexpensively, go to the streets of the county and find a place where there are many local people eating, it will be cheaper and more affordable.

After eating, we went to see the Terracotta Warriors and Horses (tickets are 90 yuan, half price with student ID card, half price with senior citizen ID card for those aged 65 and 70, free of charge). You have to prepare for an afternoon here, otherwise you won’t be sorry for the 90 yuan/person ticket price. You must see it. Be careful. Other attractions include Lintong Museum (ticket 24 yuan), Lishan Bingjian Pavilion (ticket 45 yuan), Mausoleum of Qin Shihuang (ticket 40 yuan), and Qinling Underground Palace (ticket 15 yuan). These attractions depend on your personal interests and your pocket. It’s money, haha, you can make your own decision, anyway, if you want to see it, it’s all on your way.

If you want to be comfortable, you can rent a car, which usually costs 120-150, or you can find a hotel and contact a local travel agency.

Otherwise, join a travel agency’s individual group tour. The fare ranges from 20 to 35. In fact, they are all the same car. It just depends on your negotiation skills and who you are looking for. Generally speaking, hotels are more expensive, so go to a travel agency directly. It’s cheaper, but the disadvantage of breaking up the group is that you have to see a lot of attractions, you are tight on time, and you have to go to a shopping store. The advantage is that you don’t have to worry. They pick up and drop you off at your door, so you don’t have to find a car yourself.

Itinerary – Attractions in Xi’an: Big Wild Goose Pagoda (25 yuan, an additional 20 yuan for climbing the tower) – Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square (free) – Shaanxi History Museum (50 yuan) – Forest of Steles (45 yuan) – Guanzhong Academy (free) – Ancient Xi’an City Wall (40 yuan) – Bell Tower (20 yuan) – Drum Tower (20 yuan) – *** Street (free) – Huajue Lane Da*** Temple (12 yuan)

One stop: “The symbol of Xi’an” – Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Da Ci’en Temple)

Opening hours: 8:00-19:00; Tour time: about 1 hour

The full name is the “Big Wild Goose Pagoda of Ci’en Temple”. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is located in the Ci’en Temple and was first built in 652 AD. According to legend, Master Xuanzang (Tang Sanzang), one of the presiding abbots of Ci’en Temple, came back from Tianzhu (now India) to worship the pagoda. He personally designed and supervised the construction of Sanskrit classics and Buddhist relics.

The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a pavilion-style brick tower with a height of more than 64 meters, a base side of 25 meters, and a total of seven floors. The tower body is in the shape of a square cone. The whole tower is made of polished bricks with joints, and the brick walls show prisms, which can clearly separate the wall bays. There are also scenic spots such as Qujiang Pool, Xingyuan and Leyouyuan nearby. In recent years, due to factors such as the urban environment in Xi’an, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda has tilted by more than 1 meter. Climb to the seventh floor and you can overlook the city of Xi’an.

Transportation: Take bus No. 5, No. 19, No. 21, and No. 610 to get there. A taxi from the Bell Tower costs about 14 yuan.


It’s best not to eat near the train station. The food there used to be a waste of food, but things have changed a bit now. If you really want to eat at the train station, I personally recommend a few places. The first is the restaurant west of the station exit. Silver Lake Snack City, Jiefang Hotel’s Snack City, California Beef Noodles across the square, and Haoxiang Lai Chinese and Western food on the first floor of the Diamond Hotel. Although they are more expensive, at least the prices are clearly marked and they are not ripped off. In the city center, it is recommended to eat something on the Gulou Snack Street next to the *** Temple, such as Jia San Guan soup dumplings, Ping Wa barbecue, fried rice with red pickled cabbage, etc. However, before eating, you must make it clear what your requirements are, such as whether you want chili or not. Wait, and you have to get used to the habit of people here talking loudly, like they are quarreling, which of course many people here do. At the same time, please note that most of these restaurants are *** restaurants, so you need to respect folk customs. Note: The steamed buns here are divided into beef and mutton, and the barbecues are also different in large and small skewers, so the prices are also different. Don’t ask for too much when you eat, the portions here are generally larger.

Recommended: Lao Sunjia Mutton Soup (there are stores on East Street and outside the East Gate), Lao Huangjia Mutton Soup (outside the West Gate), Tongshengxiang Mutton Soup (Zhonggulou Square), Spring Hulutou (next to Fenxiang) Tu Menzhiyiwan’s gourd head (Tumen), Fanji Roujiamo (Zhuba City), Qinyu Roujiamo, Wang Kui and Wang Heng’s Roujiamo are also good, Yongming Qishan Noodles (Nanshaomen) and Lao Lao South Road),) Defa Chang Dumplings (Bell and Drum Tower Square), Jiefang Road dumplings (Jiefang Road), Xuejia rice noodles (many branches). These are all specialty snacks. In fact, there are many more specialties in Xi’an, as long as they are in You might as well try more snacks in the urban area. Xi’an’s high-end restaurants are mostly concentrated in the East Street, Chang’an South Road and South Second Ring Road areas.

Huashan Travel Guide

Huashan is located in Huayin City, Shaanxi Province, with a total area of ​​148 square kilometers. Mount Huashan borders the Qinling Mountains to the south, overlooks the Huangwei River to the north, controls Xiaohan and Jinban to the east, and faces the ancient capital Chang’an to the west. It is a scenic spot famous at home and abroad.

Huashan Essence Scenic Area

Huashanyu Scenic Area: It includes various scenic spots along the ancient Huashan Road, such as Wuliguan, Shaluoping, Maonv Cave, Qingkeping, Beidouping, Huixinshi, Qianchi, Baichi Gorge, Laojun Furrow, Wo Niu Shi Wonderland, etc., is commonly known as “a road in Huashan since ancient times”.

Yuntai Scenic Area: North Peak is the main landscape of Yuntai Scenic Area. It is 1,614 meters above sea level and is one of the main peaks of Huashan Mountain. It is named because of its location in the north. And because it is suspended in the air on all sides and looks like a cloud platform, it is also called “Yuntai Peak”. There is a platform at the top where the Yiyun Pavilion was originally built and the ruins are now left. It is a good place to view the three peaks of Huashan Mountain and Canglong Ridge. The landscapes of Yuntai Scenic Area include Chaer Cliff, Baiyun Peak, Liangzhang Mountain, Shangtian Ladder, Riyue Cliff, Sanyuan Cave, Yudao, etc.

Chaoyang Scenic Area: East Peak is also called Chaoyang Peak, with an altitude of 2090 meters. It is one of the main peaks of Huashan Mountain and is named because of its location in the east. There is a platform on the top of the peak. It is high up and has a wide view. It is a famous place to watch the sunrise and is known as the Chaorang Balcony. There are more than dozens of landscapes on the East Peak. There are natural stone patterns on the cliff side of the East Stone Tower Peak, which look like a giant palm print. This is the Huayue Cactus, which is listed as the first of the eight scenic spots in Guanzhong. In addition, there are Qinglong Pond, Ganlu Pond, Sanmao Cave, Qingxu Cave, Bajing Palace, Tai Chi Dongyuan Gate, etc. on the east peak. The middle peak is located in the center of the east, west and south peaks. It is a small peak attached to the west side of the east peak. In ancient times, it was counted as part of the east peak. Today, it is listed as one of the five main peaks of Huashan. The trees on the peak are verdant, the environment is quiet, and there are many unknown flowers and plants. Visitors walking through it are filled with fragrance. There is a Taoist temple named Jade Girl Temple at the top of the peak. Legend has it that it was the place where Duke Mu of Qin used jade to cultivate herself during the Spring and Autumn Period. Therefore, this peak is also called Jade Girl Peak.

Luoyan Scenic Area: South Peak is the highest peak of Huashan Mountain, with an altitude of 2160.5 meters. It is also the highest peak of the Five Mountains. It consists of three peaks: Luoyan Peak, Songhui Peak and Xiaozi Peak. The overall peak shape is like an armchair, and the three peaks are like a statue facing north. And sitting giant. When you reach the top of the South Peak, you feel that the sky is so close and you can pick the stars. Looking around, you can see undulating mountains, vast green mountains, the Yellow River and the Wei River, and the desert plains like silk and cotton. In addition, Luoyan Scenic Area also has famous landscapes such as the top of Huashan Mountain, the Sky Plank Road, the Alchemy Furnace, and the Table Sheng Platform.

Lotus Scenic Area: Xifeng is 2082 meters above sea level and is one of the main peaks of Huashan Mountain. It is named because of its location in the west. And because there is a huge stone on the top of the peak that looks like a petal, ancient literati often called it Lotus Petal or Furong Peak. The west peak is a complete boulder, completely made of nature. Thousands of steep cliffs in the northwest are like knives and saws. Their steep, majestic, masculine and upright shape is the representative of Huashan mountain shape. Therefore, ancient people often called Huashan Mountain Lianshan.

Climbing the west peak, you can see far into the distance. The surrounding mountains are undulating, clouds are draped in all directions, the surrounding fields are open, and the Yellow River and the Wei River are flowing. Being in it is like entering a fairyland and a divine palace, and all kinds of common thoughts are swept away. There is a ridge on the south cliff of the west peak connected to the south peak. The ridge is more than 300 meters long. The stone is dark green and looks like a flexed giant dragon. It is called Quling or Xiaocanlongling. It is one of the famous dangerous roads in Huashan Mountain. There are many landscapes on the west peak, such as Cuiyun Palace, Lotus Cave, Giant Spirit Feet, Ax Splitting Stone, Sacrifice Cliff, etc., accompanied by many beautiful myths and legends, among which the story of Agarwood splitting the mountain to save his mother is the most widely circulated.

Wuyunfeng Scenic Area: Wuyunfeng is a vertical mountain ridge. It goes up to Canglong Ridge and passes through Bagongqiang to Wuyunfeng. The road to the main peak has thousands of twists and turns on the ridge. The artistic conception is changeable, superb and quite scenic. Wuyunfeng scenic spots are dominated by strange rocks and ancient pines, including the Eight Gong Niches, Shangma Stone, Wulao Pine, Husband and Wife Pine, Crouching Tiger Pine, Golden Pheasant Shou Yuhan, etc.

Huashan travel itinerary

It’s about 120 kilometers from Xi’an to Huashan. Transportation: There are special tourist buses to Huashan at Xi’an Chengdong Passenger Terminal. The buses depart on time. There is also Tour 1 bus to Huashan in the parking lot of the east square of the train station. It leaves at 7 a.m. in the evening. Return at 5 o’clock, pass through the west gate of Huashan and park at the parking lot of the east gate of Huashan. It takes about 2 hours to reach Huashan.

One-day tour: Depart from Xi’an in the morning, arrive at Huashan at about 10 o’clock, start climbing the mountain, North Peak, East Peak, around the South Peak, West Peak, return to Jinsuoguan and go down the mountain along the original road. People with good physical strength can do it, but it will take about 10 hours. If you are in average physical condition, it is better to take the cable car back and forth.

Two-day tour: One day in the morning, we visited Yuquanyuan and climbed the mountain, passing the North Peak and going up to Jinsuoguan. Then there are two arrangements: one is to travel from Sanfengkou to Yueguan or Xifeng, arrange food and accommodation, visit the scenery of Xifeng and enjoy the sunset; the next morning, watch the sunrise from the top of Xifeng or Nanfeng, and tour the Nanfeng , Dongfeng, Zhongyi, return to Jinsuoguan and go down the mountain along the original road. The second is to go south from Sanfengkou, visit the sights of Zhongfeng, and stay at Zhongfeng, Yingyang Cave or Dongfeng. The next day, after visiting the East and West South Peaks, we returned to Jinsuoguan and went down the mountain along the original path. (Note: Option 1 is suitable for those who arrive at the peak before dusk, and Option 2 is suitable for those who arrive at the peak after dusk.)

One-day trip: Take a bus from Dongshanmen to Huangfuyu Wamiagou and take the cableway to Beifeng. Visit the North Peak and nearby scenery, and then walk to the three peaks as much as possible. Return to the North Peak before dusk and take the cableway or car out of the mountain.

Two-day tour: Take one day by car or cableway to the North Peak. Tour Yuntai Peak, Canglong Ridge and various scenic spots along the route, to Jinsuoguan Pass, stay overnight at West Peak or East Peak, depending on the situation, and take a two-day tour together. After watching the sunrise on the second day, we traveled around the Sanfeng area, then passed through Jinsuoguan and descended to the North Peak, then took the cableway and car down the mountain.

By train: Just get off at Huashan Station, and take the bus for 3 yuan to the scenic spot (or transfer to Xi’an).

Tickets: 100 yuan, 90 yuan for students and military personnel. For those holding a birthday card, the discount is up to 50 yuan, the ropeway is 60 yuan for one way and 110 yuan for the round trip. It costs 10 yuan for a minibus to go up the mountain and 20 yuan for a round trip.

Huashan travel notes

Climate The four seasons on Huashan Mountain have different scenery and different climates. Generally, the climate on the top of the mountain is about 10 degrees Celsius cooler than at the foot of the mountain. In spring, there is rain and fog on the top of the mountain, often forming a sea of ​​clouds, so please pay attention to the weather forecast at all times. In summer, the temperature is high, sometimes reaching 389 degrees Celsius, and visibility is strong, allowing you to see the sunrise and mountain waterfalls. In autumn, the temperature is moderate and the visibility is strong, allowing you to see the sunscape and mountain waterfalls. Autumn, with moderate temperatures, is the best season for hiking. There is a lot of snow on the mountains in winter, making the mountains even more upright.

What to bring: Even if you are climbing in spring, you must bring cold-proof clothing; bring a flashlight at night. Huashan Mountain is famous for its dangers, so it is better to have light luggage; the elderly should bring their own crutches and gloves; they must bring an umbrella on rainy days, as climbing requires physical strength , you can buy water at the foot of the mountain, or you can bring your own.

Huashan specialty snacks: In addition to other major Shaanxi, Guangdong and Sichuan cuisines, the following specialty snacks will definitely make you linger: Liangpi, jelly, pot stickers, large knife noodles, tofu curd, dried steamed buns, pot helmets, purple rolls, vegetable balls, spin noodles , stove tooth noodles, oil cake, Yellow River catfish, etc.

Huashan tourist accommodation guide:

Beifeng Hotel: 120 beds, with an on-site restaurant that can accommodate 100 people or 300 people at flowing tables. Inquiry***: (0913) 4300062

Wuyunfeng Hotel: There are more than 80 beds in total, and the on-site restaurant can accommodate 60 people for dining at the same time or 150 people for dining at flowing tables. Inquiry***: (0913) 4300078

In addition, there are various state-owned reception hotels of different grades in the East, West, South and Zhongfeng Hotels such as Dongfeng Hotel, Zhongfeng Hotel, Xifeng Hotel and Nantianmen Hotel.

Huashan Financial Hotel: Located on the east side of the northern section of Yuquan Road, it has three-star standards. Inquiry***: (0913) 4363119 transfer to the External Relations Department

1. Free of charge for Terracotta Warriors and Horses with a size of less than 1.2M

Over 70 years old, free with ID card; elderly people over 65 years old, military personnel, students with disabilities

Half price with valid certificate; free of charge with certificate of retired national cadre

Regular press cards issued by the Ministry of Information are free of charge (press card, work card, ID card)

Full price: 90 yuan Time: 08:30-17:30

Peak season: 1/3—end of November, full price 90, discount ticket 45

Off-season: January 12—end of February, full price 65, discount ticket 35

2. Huaqing Pool is free of charge if the size is less than 1.2M.

Seniors over 65 years old; students over 1.2M; military personnel; disabled people with valid ID are half-price.

Free for those over 70 years old

Regular press cards issued by the Ministry of Information are free of charge (press card, work card, ID card)

Full price: 70 yuan Time: 07:30-18:00 83818684

3. Dayan Pagoda: 15 yuan/person for those over 65 years old (with preferential treatment certificate)

Free for those over 70 years old (birthday certificate)

Full price: 25 yuan 85527958

Opening hours of the music fountain in the North Square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Monday to Friday 12:00 21:00 (maintenance and parking every Tuesday)

Saturday and Sunday 12:00 14:00 16:00 18:00 21:00

4. Children under 1.20 meters (including 1.20 meters) in the Forest of Steles, group primary school students who carry out patriotic education, and retired people

Cadres, disabled servicemen and experts with outstanding contributions at or above the provincial level who enjoy honorary titles,

Professors and model workers are exempted.

1.20–1.40 meters Children, over 70 years old, active military personnel, disabled people, students (except adult colleges) are half-price.

Full price: 45 yuan

5. Shaanxi History Museum


Full price: 50 yuan

6. City Wall: 20 yuan/person over 65 years old (with ID card)

Retired state cadres are exempted

Full price: 40 yuan

7. Entry to Huashan over 70 years old (with longevity certificate or ID card) is free of charge; over 65 years old and military personnel are half-priced at RMB 50 per person

90 yuan/person for students with student ID card

Full price: 100 yuan; cable car: 60 yuan one way, 110 yuan round trip (no discount policy)

8. Qianling peak season price: 1/3—end of November 46, off-season; January 12—end of February 26

Half price for those over 65 years old;

9. Ticket price for Famen Temple is 28, free for those over 70 years old.

10. Ticket price for Treasure Museum is 45, half price for those over 65 years old

11. Peak season price of Princess Yongtai Tomb: 1/3—26 at the end of November; off-season price 1/12—16 at the end of February

Yan’an attractions prices (Hukou Waterfall\Zaoyuan\Yangjialing\Yan’an Revolution Memorial Hall\Pagoda Mountain)

Retired state cadres in Hukou are exempted from the fee, and there are no discounts for others.

Entry to all scenic spots in Yan’an is free for those aged 70 and above (with birthday card or ID card).

There are no discounts for the rest.

Full price: Hukou Waterfall 61, Zaoyuan 21, Yangjialing 16, Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall 16, Pagoda Mountain 41

12. Huangdi Mausoleum and Xuanyuan Temple. Discount policy. Full price Huangdi Mausoleum + Xuanyuan Temple 91. Round trip battery car 10

13. Epang Palace 50/38 yuan/person

14. Bell Tower and Drum Tower 15 yuan/person Low season: December 1st—March 30th 08:30—17:30

20 yuan/person Peak season March 31st—November 31st 08:30—22:00

15. ***Temple 12 yuan/person 08:00—18:00

16. Huashan Cableway is 110 yuan/person for round trip; 60 yuan/person for one way.

Discount: Round trip with military ID card is 100 yuan/person.

The rest are based on height 1.2M—1.4M, round trip 55 yuan/person

Better travel arrangements in Xi’an:

One day: East route, (that is Lintong, 45 kilometers away from Xi’an, about 1.5 hours’ drive) Visit the Terracotta Warriors and Horses 90 (No. 1, 2, and 3 pits, bronze chariots and horses) known as the eighth wonder hall, Huaqing Pool 70 (Jiulong Lake, Tang Yutang Site, Wujian Hall, Xi’an Incident Site)

If you go to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda early when you return to Xi’an, you can watch the musical fountain show in Yanta Square in the evening, which is very beautiful.

The next day: Qianling (200 kilometers away from Xi’an, 2 hours’ drive). Visit the only tomb in the world where two emperors are buried together – the tomb of Emperor Gaozong Li Zhi and the first empress Wu Zetian – Qianling 46 (Sima Shinto, Wu Zi) Monument), Princess Yongtai Tomb 26 (tomb passage, murals, sarcophagus), take a car (about 80 kilometers, 1 hour drive) to visit the only temple in the world that contains the phalange relics of the Buddha Sakyamuni – Famen Temple 28 ( Main Hall, Famen Temple Tower, Underground Palace, Buddha Finger Relic).

Due to the inconvenient transportation in Qianling, it is recommended to take a group bus with individual tourists from the tour group. They go to more scenic spots and are a little tight on time, but it is more convenient and safer than taking the bus by yourself. Attractions include: Xianyang Museum, Loess Folk Village, Qianling Mausoleum

Tomb of Prince Yide, Famen Temple, Treasure Hall

The third day: City tour of Xi’an Ming City Wall 40, Forest of Steles 45, and Shaanxi History Museum 35. After visiting these three attractions from 3 to 4 pm, take a bus to Huashan. Arrive at the foot of Huashan around 7 pm and find a place to eat and stay. (Temporary break), start climbing at 10-11 pm, and reach the East Peak before dawn.

Day 4: Watch the sunrise in the morning, visit the five peaks of Huashan Mountain, descend the mountain at noon, and return to Xi’an by car

According to the policy: 33 more scenic spots in Shaanxi Province will be half-priced until August 31 during the Olympic Games

In order to realize the world’s focus on China and Xi’an through Olympic tourism, to show the spirit of Xi’an people’s longing for, participating in, and dedication to the Olympics, and to demonstrate Xi’an’s ever-changing construction achievements, yesterday, the Xi’an Municipal Government held a press conference and decided to host major tourism projects in the city. Promotion of half-price ticket discounts at tourist attractions. It is understood that this half-price tour activity is divided into two parts: from July 1 to August 31, 33 scenic spots in Xi’an will offer half-price discounts to all tourists and citizens; from August 8 to December 31, Xi’an There are also 27 attractions in the city that will continue to provide half-price discounts to tourists holding Olympic tickets.

During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, tens of thousands of athletes, coaches, sports officials and journalists from all over the world will come to our country. As a world-renowned tourist destination city, Xi’an has always been the focus of tourists from all over the world. Many foreign friends who visit our country during the Olympic Games are bound to have a strong interest in Xi’an. At the same time, considering that the development of tourism should benefit people’s livelihood, the general public should enjoy the results of Xi’an’s rapid urban development in recent years and enjoy more leisure and entertainment time. The Xi’an “Humanities Olympics, Tourism Xi’an” activity leading group agreed that it will be held in Half-price ticket discounts are launched at major tourist attractions in the city.

It is understood that for this half-price tour, the half-price list of 33 tourist attractions in Xi’an from July 1 to August 31 is: Lintong District Museum, Lishan National Forest Park, Cuihuashan National Geopark, Nanwutai National Forest Park, Qinling Wildlife Park, Xingjiao Temple, Xiangji Temple, Fengyu Manor, Taixing Mountain Scenic Area, Wanhua Mountain Scenic Area, Zhuque National Forest Park, Taiping National Forest Park, Caotang Temple, Chongyang Palace, Weiyang Lake Amusement Park, Huangchao Fort Forest Park, Heihe Forest Park, Wangshunshan National Forest Park, Wangchuan Cave, Shuilu Temple, Gongwangling Monkey Man Site, Cai Wenji Memorial Hall, Gepai Town Soviet Memorial Hall, Xi’an Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi’an Daci’en Temple, Xi’an Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi’an Qinglong Temple, Xi’an City Wall Scenic Area, Qujiang Aquarium, Xi’an Grand Temple, Tang Furong Garden, Daxing Shan Temple, Xi’an Bell and Drum Tower.

From August 8 to December 31, the list of 27 tourist attractions that continue to provide half-price discounts to tourists holding Olympic tickets is: Qujiang Aquarium, Tang Furong Garden, Xi’an City Wall Scenic Area, Qinling Wildlife Park, Xi’an Museum Small Yanta Scenic Area, Xi’an Bell Tower, Xi’an Drum Tower, Lintong District Museum, Hanyang Mausoleum Museum, Cuihuashan National Geological Park, Lishan National Forest Park, Zhuque National Forest Park, Louguantai National Forest Park, Wangshunshan National Forest Park, Taiping National Forest Park, Nanwutai National Forest Park, Heihe National Forest Park, Xi’an Daxingshan Temple, Xi’an *** Temple, Xi’an Qinglong Temple, Xingjiao Temple, Xiangji Temple, Caotang Temple, Shuilu Temple, Wangchuan Cave, Gongwangling Ape Man Site and Chongyang Palace.

Note: Olympic ticket holders can only use each ticket once to each scenic spot.