Xian

Visita às muralhas, lojas luxuosas
e o famoso Exército de Terracota

Localizado na Bacia do Guanzhong, Xi’an é uma cidade chinesa lendária que serviu como sede de 12 capitais imperiais ao longo de mais de mil anos. Desde o fim da lendária Rota da Seda, Xi’an é contornada pelo rio Weihe ao longo de sua fronteira sul e as montanhas Qinling ao norte.

 

Lar de centenas de palácios e templos, dos lendários Guerreiros de Terracota, dos Três Palácios Han e de ruinas das muralhas da era Ming, Xi’an oferece uma incrível gama de atrações históricas. Mas há também uma metrópole próspera, moderna com fortes ofertas cosmopolitas.

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