Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway & Train Route Map 2020
In 2013, the official operation of Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway shortens the 30 hours' long journey from Beijing to Guangzhou to only 8 hours. Since then, traveling from Beijing, north China to Guangzhou of southeast coast China, and even extended trip to Hong Kong turns much easier and more convenient. By more than half day, you can board a fast high speed train to feel the busy passengers flows in both cities, experience this great railway achievement, view variation of scenery en route, and uncover fun and diverse culture and economic miracles in Guangzhou.
Every day, there are about 5 pairs of G high speed trains running between Beijing and Guangzhou from 07:27am to 13:07pm, all arriving at afternoon or night. Among all high speed trains, G 71 is the first train to Guangzhou, G69 is the last train and G79 is the fastest one that merely travel 8 hours.
Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Train Route Map
Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway is one of the longest high speed rails in the world as well as one of the China’s busiest lines in China. The north segment (Beijing-Zhengzhou) is often combined to other popular railways from Beijing to Xian, Chengdu, Guiyang, Kunming, Lanzhou, Nanning and more cities. Joined by three main sections of Beijing-Shijiazhuang-Zhengzhou line, Zhengzhou-Wuhan line and Wuhan-Guangzhou line, Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway extends from north to south China with a total length of 2298 kilometers. Beginning from Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing, it finally arrives at Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangdong after 8 hours ~ 10 hours’ journey, passing through 4 extra middle provinces, namely, Hebei, Henan, Hubei and Hunan. Check (Beijing Guangzhou high speed train schedule 2020 >.
Beijing West Railway Station (北京西站)
Beijing West Railway Station is located at No.118, East Lianhuachi Road, Fengtai District, West Beijing (北京市丰台区莲池东路118号), about 1 hour’s driving (40km) to Beijing Capital International Airport, 40 mins’ driving (20km) to Beijing Nanyuan Airport and 25 mins to Palace Museum. It is one of the major train stations in Beijing, serving both for high speed trains and normal slow trains, up to 285 trains in total (about 200 G trains). This station is the starting point of Beijing-Kowloon (Hong Kong) Railway, Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway and Beijing Lhasa (Tibet) Railway. You can take airport shuttle bus to travel between Beijing West Railway Station and Beijing Capital Airport, or take a taxi for convenience. Moreover, Metro Line 7 and Line 9 connect this station with other regions in Beijing, so you can transfer to downtown areas. Learn more about Beijing West Railway Station >
Guangzhou South Railway Station (广州南站)
Guangzhou South Railway Station is located in Shibi Village, Shibi Street, Panyu District, Guangzhou (广州市番禺区石壁街石壁村), about1 hour’s driving to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and 40 mins’ driving to Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall. This station is a very huge modern world-calss railway hub with the biggest and busiest railway networks, which delivers nearly 750 high speed trains (the most) among the major four train stations in Guangzhou. Linked by Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway, Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail, Guangzhou-Zhuajiang Intercity Rail and Guiyang Guangzhou and Nanning Guangzhou High Speed Rails, Guangzhou South Railway Station runs trains to vast majority of cities in China, such as Shanghai, Xian, Shenzhen, Guilin, Chongqing, Guiyang, Changsha, Zhuhai, Chaoshan, Futian, Nanning and etc. You can take local public bus or taxi (most recommended) to city center, or take advantage of subways (Metro Line 2 and Line 7) to downtown places at the train station. Terminal for long-distance coach is available at the East Square, where you can take bus to Shenzhen, Dongguan, Zhongshan and other cities nearby.
Useful Beijing Guangzhou Travel Maps
As the great capital with the most World Cultural and Historical Heritages, Beijing has numerous iconic sites for your exploration. Also, Beijing is well-connected with most destinations in China and frequently chosen as the gateway city to start China tour. Normally, a 2 or 3 full days tour of highlights are highly recommended to you, like our 3 Days Visa-free Essential Short Stay Tour with Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and Summer Palace. Then you can hop a high speed train from Beijing to visit Guangzhou, a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road with over 2,200 years’ history, a major port and transportation hub in southern coast China which neighboring Hong Kong and Marcau. Well-known as the third largest city of China, Guangzhou offers you not only highly developed traffic to home and abroad, but also prosperous trade, charming cultural exchanges and tremendous wealth.
To know better about this metropolis, you can have a contrast tour to experience its past and feel the present flourish, visiting Sun Yat-sen’s Memorial Hall, Temple of the Six Banyan Trees, Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family and Yuexiu Park and other top-rated sites. Check the following travel maps of Beijing subways, attractions and maps of sightseeings in Guangzhou below to get more useful information and guide. (You can find more collections of Beijing Maps and Guangzhou Maps are provided here.)
Beijing City Map
Beijing Tourist Map
Beijing Subway Map
Guangzhou City Map
Guangzhou Metro Map
Guangzhou Airport Map
Other Popular China High Speed Train Routes You May be Interested in
High speed train has become a brand new and strong showpiece of China and a kind of fashionable travel experience in China. China has the longest and still expanding high speed rail networks, serving for the largest number of passengers in the world. Specifically, there are over 150 cities and 32 of 34 provinces are connected by high speed trains, including the popular destinations like Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin, Chongqing, Kunming, Xiamen and etc., meanwhile, much more railways are under construction and planning stage. That is to say, in the future, tourists can board a train to travel any places around China in a fast and convenient way. We listed some popular high speed train route maps below for your conference, and you can check more China High Speed Train Routes and High Speed Train Maps here.
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