Absolutely incredible! The photos you see online don’t do justice to this incredible slice of ancient China. The place is huge, and being so close to the Warriors is a wonderful experience. Given that it is currently a pandemic, I was expecting it to be difficult as a foreigner to get a ticket to visit - this could not be further from the truth. We took a Didi from Xi’an City Wall (about ¥120 one way... pricey yes. I hear there’s also a tourist bus you can take), and after some security checks - Green Xi’an Health Code; passport - we were able to buy a ticket with cash or WeChat easily. We took about 2 hours to visit the three pits and the exhibition hall - you can then take a connecting bus to visit Qin Shi Huang’s mausoleum. I recommend visiting Pits 2 & 3 and THEN Pit 1 for maximum effect!Well worth the trip and an absolute must-see if you’re visiting Xi’an!
this place is a wonderful place to visit. its good to visit the place if u know abt it beforehand. though there are english speaking chinese guides. wiki will give some light abt the place. we went from fast train so from xian north station took a didi like a uber for 110 rmb . the ticket price is 120 and if you have a student card its half the price. the place is large enough to spend around 3 hours . there are three pits 3,2,1.. i started from third pit coz its the smallest one.. and the 2 and then 1 .. the 1 pit is the largest one but the excavation work is still goin on .. there are hundreds of statues.. the hard work is just magnificient.. the pictures which we take are not enough for to capture the feelings which we have when we look at those by naked eyes.. the place is a must to go place though a bit far from city.