From the Huangshan bus station, there are minibuses to Hongcun, but for Xidi it may be necessary to transfer. Ask the drivers.
You can also get to Xidi by bus or taxi from Tunxi (taxi ¥150-180)
Admission to the village is ¥105, but the attractions inside are free. There are many entrances to the village, nearly all of which have someone to check your ticket, but tickets are only sold at the west entrance.
Hu Wenguang Memorial ArchThis arch was built during the Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644) in memory of Hu Wenguang, a Ming officer, and is one of Xidi's most iconic landmarks. Situated in the southwest of the village, the arch is decorated with stone carvings in the shapes of deer, cranes, tigers, lions and the Eight Immortals of Chinese legends.
Da Fu Grand Houseaddress: On the main street of Xidi VillageThe Da Fu Grand House was built during the Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911). The doors of the main hall are carved with plum flower patterns and the windows with paper cuts in the Ming style. Nowadays, the house is used for local performances, such as Throwing Embroidered Ball from the boudoir.
Rice Wine BreweryClose to the entrance of the city (just 50 meters after entering the small streets) there is a rice wine brewery. There you can try different kinds of wine for free plus having a glass at the bar.
Xidi Travel LodgeNice clean hotel directly at the entrance of the city. The breakfast is served in an old building. If you prefer western breakfast you can ask at the reception for it (surcharge ¥20 per person).