Xian Metro Map - Xian Subway Lines and Stations 2024/2025
As of September 2019, Xian operates 4 metro lines, which are Metro Line 1, 2, 3, and 4. Subway is always preferred by independent travellers because it is fast with a reasonable price (usually CNY 2-6 per person). The four metro lines now cover most attractions in the downtown such as the Ancient City Wall, Bell Tower, Muslim Quarter, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, and the major transportation hub Xian North Railway Station and Xian Railway Station. Here are the detailed metro lines and Xian metro map.
Detailed Xian Subway Routes:
|Attractions / Transfer Hubs on the Way
|Houweizhai → Fangzhicheng
|Ancient City Wall, Xian Banpo Museum
|Fangzhicheng → Houweizhai
|Beikezhan → Weiqunan
|Bell Tower, Ancient City Wall (Anyuanmen is the North Gate and Yongningmen is the South Gate), Daming Palace National Heritage Park, Xian North Railway Station
|Weiqunan → Beikezhan
|Yuhuazhai → Baoshuiqu
|Giant Wild Goose Pagoda
|Baoshuiqu → Yuhuazhai
|Beikezhan (North Square) → Hangtianxincheng
|Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Tang Paradise, Daming Palace National Heritage Park, Xian North Railway Station, Xian Railway Station
|Hangtianxincheng → Beikezhan (North Square)
Note:Xian subway network has not covered Xian Xianyang International Airport and Terracotta Warriors yet. If you want to go to these places, you can check Xian Airport Shuttle Bus and How to Get to Terracotta Warriors for more information.
Xian Metro Ticket Prices
Taking the subway in Xian is charged according to the distance, whose price usually ranges between ¥2-6 for normal distance transfers. However, it is still cost-efficient. Please check the specific prices below.
|Exceeding 26 kilometers
|¥1 for each subsequent 8 kilometers
How to Plan a Xi’an Tour
As the ancient capital city for 13 dynasties in China's history, Xi’an has always been a hot tourist destination in China. Terracotta Warriors and Horses buried for more than 2000 years is definitely a must-see. After that, take a stroll or rent a bike on the Ancient City Wall, the largest and best-preserved ancient city wall in China, to enjoy panoramic views of modern Xi’an. Then try some local snacks at the bustling and lively Muslim Quarter. On the next day, you can head to Da Cien Temple and Giant Wild Goose Pagoda to feel the Buddhist culture in Xi’an, then get a deeper understanding of the past of this city in Shaanxi History Museum.
If you are interested in mountain climbing, don’t miss the challenging Mount Huashan which is famous for lofty peaks and steep paths. If you have extra days, you can enrich your China tour by visiting more cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, or retracing the old Silk Road.
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