Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway & Train Route Map 2024

How can you travel to Harbin to play in Ice and Snow World Park but not in the coolest way - taking a high speed train running at a speed of 300km per hour? After you finish exploration in Beijing, a 5~6 hours’ high speed train can conveniently send you to the Ice of City -Harbin to fully enjoy all kinds of winter fun. The Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway is also one of the most beautiful high speed railways in China. (Check the 8 Most Beautiful High Speed Railways in China>) Totally, Beijing runs over 10 high speed trains to Harbin every day from 07:30 am to 18:00 pm. The entire journey takes 5~6 hours. Both Beijing and Harbin has two stations departing and receiving high speed trains.

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Beijing Harbin High Speed Train Route Map

The Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway is a 1331 kilometer-long (827 miles) high speed rail connecting North and Northeast China. Currently the high speed trains are running on 4 combined segments of Beijing-Tianjin, Tianjin-Qinhuangdao, Qinhuangdao-Shenyang and Harbin-Dalian. It begins from Beijing South Railway Station, passes by Tianjin, Shenyang (Liaoning Province), Changchun (Jilin Province) and finally gets to Harbin of Heilongjiang Province, taking around 5 hours to 6 hours. There are 8~12 stations high speed trains will stop at the joined lines. Check Beijing Harbin high speed train schedule 2024 >>.

Useful Beijing Harbin Travel Maps

No to mention its perfect transportation network in home and abroad, Beijing gives you the most impressive and profound attractions with charming Chinese culture and history. Spending 3 to 4 days to visiting the essence of Beijing and leaving another three days in Harbin is a good idea. For example, you can join in our 6 Days Beijing & Harbin Stunning Winter Tour to visit Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Beijing Hutong and other landmarks, and experience a white kingdom of ice and snow in Sun Island Scenic Spot, Siberian Tiger Park and see Russian style architectures, like St. Sophia Cathedral and more attractions in Harbin. Perhaps you can have a later journey to Russian from Haribin. To help you have more understanding about their location, attractions, traffic, we provide you the below travel maps for your conference. Besides, you can read more detailed Beijing Maps and Harbin Maps here.

Other Popular China High Speed Train Routes You May be Interested in

In China, high speed train travel is a very in-style way to experience China’s booming economy and diverse culture. So far, there are 150 cities and 32 of 34 provinces have been connected by high speed railways. In the future, China will extend longer railroads to much more cities. Nearly all top tourist destinations in China have opened high speed trains, like Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin, Kunming, Chongqing and so no. You can travel among these cities within a couple of hours on your comfortable seat and view different landscape outside the window. Hope you can get inspired by the following popular high speed train routes we listed, and for more useful guide maps, you can check more China High Speed Train Routes and detailed High Speed Train Maps here.

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