Upon your arrival at Beijing the first day, you need to adjust to the time difference and have a good rest.
After breakfast the second day, start your tour by a visit to the world’s largest square, Tiananmen Square and the world’s largest royal palace, Forbidden City as well as Temple of Heaven. Then enjoy authentic Beijing Roast Duck.
Continue your Beijing tour the third day to the Great Wall, where you can take a fresh air break. Then discover the largest imperial garden, the Summer Palace after lunch. At night, you can taste the local snacks.
Transfer the fourth day for flight to Lhasa, and the rest day is to adapt to the high altitude.
Start your Lhasa tour the fifth day by a visit to Lhasa’s landmark, Potala Palace, and Jokhang Temple. Then enjoy a walking tour at Bhakhor Street and discover the famous Tibetan Traditional Hospital.
Continue your Lhasa tour the sixth day to Norbulingka, which is a summer resort and is the UNESCO-designated World Heritage site. After lunch, you can visit the Sera Monastery, where many rare cultural relics and art works are housed.
Your Lhasa tour the seventh day ends with the Tibet Museum. Transfer to Xi’an.
The initial sightseeing in Xi’an the eighth day is Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses. No trip to Xi’an is complete without a visit to the amazing Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses, which gives an insight into the ancient tomb sculptures. Then you can explore the landmark of the city-Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Shannxi History Museum.