Tang Huaqing Palace is the palace of the Tang Dynasty's feudal emperors. Later, it is also called "Hua Qingchi", located in Linyi District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province. Including the original Lushan National Forest Park, and the Summer Palace, Yuanmingyuan, Chengde Mountain Resort and the four royal gardens of China.
Huaqing Palace is built on the back of the mountain, and it is built on the foothills of the mountain. The scale is grand and the building is magnificent. The first name was "Tangquan Palace" and later renamed the Hot Spring Palace. Tang Xuanzong changed the Qing Palace, because it was in Lushan Mountain, also known as Lushan Palace, also known as the Gong Palace and the Xiuling Palace.
Huaqing Palace was built in the early Tang Dynasty and flourished after Tang Xuanzong was in power. Tang Xuanzong carefully managed to build such a grand palace, and he will travel to this place almost every October. After the Anshi rebellion, the political situation changed suddenly, and the tourism of Huaqing Palace quickly declined. After the Tang Dynasty, the emperors of the Tang Dynasty rarely traveled to Huaqing Palace.
Since the liberation, the People's Government has carried out a large-scale expansion since 1959. It has opened up ponds, repaired temples, built hotels, opened gardens, and made the ancient Huaqing Palace rejuvenate and become a place for people to enjoy. On April 13, 2018, at the 2018 Northwest China Tourism Marketing Conference and Tourism Equipment Exhibition, it was ranked second in the “Magic Northwest 100 Scene”.