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This is a beautiful place to visit! The scenery is gorgeous and is a very nice area to walk around. When I went, the pits were not open, so that was disappointing, yet that is the case from time to time. Very good photography opportunities...More
The Egyptian burried their Pharaoh in great pyramids Kheops and Kephren as well as Mikerinos and the Chines Emperor Qin was burried in this great Mauseleum so nice and interesting to visit and understand part of Chinese great history.
Not as spectacular by a long way as the Terracotta Army but interesting and a lot less crowded. It is all underground and you need to spend a little time orientating yourself and figure out what leads to where and it's position relative to the...More
After seeing the Terracotta Warriors we noticed a number of signs indicating the free bus to the Mausoleum (entry included in the Warriors ticket) so took the 15 min ride which later when looking at a map is only 500 metres away in a straight...More
Most tourists only visit the Qin's Terra Cotta Warrior's museum. But if you really want to know how massive the funeral procession is for Emperor Qin, visiting his tomb will give you a good idea. The distance between the Terra Cotta Warrior museum to the...More
Remember the entrance ticket to the Terracotta warriors also include a free visit to the mausoleum of the Emperor Shih Huang Ti. So, please do not walk away once you exited the terracotta museum but instead proceed immediately to the free shuttle bus depot and...More
we went to the Qin Tomb after the terracotta warriors. there is a free shuttle bus from the entrance (where you bought the tickets) to bring you there.
to know that the tomb was made with mud and soil and still remains unearthed till this...More
The ticket is already included in the ticket price for Terra Cotta Museum. The only extra cost will be if you want to take the shuttle bus within the mausoleum. If not, no extra expense. The shuttle bus from Terra Cotta... More
The ticket is already included in the ticket price for Terra Cotta Museum. The only extra cost will be if you want to take the shuttle bus within the mausoleum. If not, no extra expense. The shuttle bus from Terra Cotta museum to the Mausoleum is free.