Ramparts of Xi'an City - 西安城墙
Review of- Review updated on 20 janvier 2020
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Ramparts of Xi’an City
Xi’an is one of the few Chinese cities to have preserved, for the most part, its ancient walls. The walls were built on the foundations of the Forbidden City Tang, under the reign of Hongwu, the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty.
The ramparts are 12 m high, 14 m wide and up to 18 m on the ground. They form a circumference of 14 km long. The most fun is to cycle around, you can rent a bike at each entrance.
Useful information :
Plan 1-4 hours for the visit. 1 to 2 hours by bike, 4 hours on foot.
Chinese Name : Xī’ān chéngqiáng – 西安城墙
Metro line 2, get off at Yong Ning Gate 永宁门, Exit A or D.
Ticket prices : 54¥
Opening hours: 8:00 to 20:00 (8am to 8pm)
Tip: If you visit the ramparts during the summer period (July/August), do it early in the morning or late in the day. It will be less hot.