An ancient trading route extending nearly 6,500 kilometers and originating in Xi’an, the Silk Road was a vital trade route between the Roman empire in the west and China in the east. A journey along Silk Road puts you in the footsteps of the intrepid and resourceful merchants and the many others involved in trade and commerce from centuries ago. Providing opportunities to experience diverse landscapes across the breadth of China, the Silk Road is rich in experiences. You will wonder at the commercial spirit of those who traded commodities like wool, gold, and silver and witness the influence of Christianity and Buddhism from India as trade expanded across borders.
Update: May 01, 2021