The half-loop route takes 1h05min to traverse and is an important artery running from the southwestern suburb of Yuhuazhai to the northeastern district of Baoshuiqu, passing important pagodas and temples, as well as newer commercial and recreation areas.
The original two lines form the classic shape of many Chinese metros with the newer Line 3 linking the southwestern and northeastern parts of the city with the centre.
Opened in 2013 as the second line of the system, Line 1 is fully underground and runs west-east, linking Xianyang City with Xian itself, taking 44mins to travel the 25.0km.
The inaugural line of the metro (2011), it runs along important commercial avenues such as Bei Lu and Chang An Lu, deep under the historic centre around the Bell Tower, and busy Xiaozhai, where there is transfer to Line 3.
Line 3 is Xians newest (2016) and longest line at 37.7km.
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