Beijing Shenzhen High Speed Train & Rail Route Map 2020
Catching a glimpse of Chinese history in Beijing only means you see how great ancient China once was, however, the Beijing Shenzhen High Speed Train here gives you great opportunity to see what China would grow to be and amazing achievement China already did during the past short period. Such a contrast tour can be perfectly done in more than half a day, while viewing different regional landscapes. Just extending Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway 111km longer, you will come to Shenzhen, a pivot point between Guangzhou and Hong Kong, where you can witness China’s vibrant economy and prosperous opening. Once was a small town in southern China, now Shenzhen turns to be one of China’s top 4 great cities together with Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou, an major financial center and home to numerous well-known companies, such as Tencent, ZTE, BYD, China Merchants Bank, Vanke, Hasee and more and more.
There are two pairs of round-trip high speed trains (both are G trains) and a few irregular D bullet trains running between Beijing and Shenzhen. G71 train and G79 train departs from Beijing in the morning and arrives in Shenzhen in the afternoon while G72 and G80 trains also runs on the similar schedules in opposite route. G79 and G80 trains are the fastest trains of 8 hours and 45 minutes travel.
Shanghai Shenzhen High Speed Train Route Map
Beijing Shenzhen High Speed Railway is one of the busiest and longest high speed rail line linking Beijing and Shenzhen, crossing the north and south China. With a total length of 2,409 kilometers (1,497miles), the line departs from Beijing West Railway Station, and then goes southward to Futian in Guangdong Province via Shijiazhuang (Hebei Province), Zhengzhou (Henan Province), Wuhan (Hubei Province), Changsha (Hunan Province) and Guangzhou. The whole train journey needs about 9 hours to 11 hours. Most importantly, the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong high speed railway connected by Futian Railway Station is coming soon this year. Therefore, in the near future, tourists can travel conveniently between mainland China and Hong Kong by high speed trains. Check Beijing Shenzhen High Speed Trains Schedules 2018>
Beijing West Railway Station (北京西站)
Beijing West Railway Station is located at No.118, East Lianhuachi Road, Fengtai District, Beijing (北京市丰台区莲花池东路118号), about 25mins’ driving to Forbidden City and 1 hour’s driving to Beijing Capital Airport. As one of the maon railway stations in Beijing, it serves both for traditional trains (Z, T, K trains) and advanced high speed trains on Beijing Guangzhou High Speed Railway, Beijing Kowloon (Hong Kong) Railway and Beijing Lhasa (Tibet) Railway. Roughly, the station delivers about 270 trains to nationwide cities, including nearly 200 high speed trains to Xian, Chengdu, Chongqing, Taiyuan, Kunming, Lanzhou, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Changsha and etc. Tourists can get to the station by different transportation according to your demands, like taking a taxi, local bus, or Beijing subway (Metro Line 7 and Line 9), and airport shuttle bus from Beijing Capital International Airport. Learn more about Beijing West Railway Station >
Shenzhen Futian Railway Station (深圳福田站)
Shenzhen Futian Railway Station is located at Yitian Road, Futian District, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province (广东省深圳市福田区益田路), about 1 hour’s driving (60km) to Dapeng Ancient City Unit, 20mins’ driving (10km) to Happy Valley and Window of the World and 30mins’ driving (31km) to Shenzhen Baoan International Airport. Covering an area of 140,000 square meters with four platforms and 8 tracks, the station is the second largest underground railway station in the world after the New York Grand Central Station. The station was put into use in 2015, and now it serves as one of the five main train stations in Shenzhen, providing convenient connection for Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High Speed Railway. Currently, it runs about 85 high speed trains to Guangzhou, Beijing, Changsha and Hengyang, and some prefecture-level cities in Guangdong Provinces, like Foshan, Huizhou, Huaihua and so on. The station, located at central downtown area, is well connected with city bus, taxi and three subway lines (Metro Line 2, Line 3 and Line 11).
Useful Beijing and Shenzhen Travel Maps
For its profound cultural and historical relics (the largest number of World Cultural Heritages in the world) and excellent transportation network in home and abroad, Beijing is often choose as the first or last destination for a China travel. If you want to experience the quintessence of Beijing’s culture and history, a 2 to 3 days classic tour is highly recommended. Here is our 3 Days Beijing Visa-free Short Stay Tour that including landmarks and most popular sites in Beijing, such as Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City (Palace Museum), Temple of Heaven and Beijing Hutong.
Next, you can board a high speed train on a comfortable sleeper or seat to cross 6 provinces and view various kinds of scenery outside the window. Eventually, a new and completely modern city will unfold right before your eyes. Before you transfer to Hong Kong, you can select the highlights to feel the heartbeat and energy of the city, for example, China Folk Culture Village, Window of the World and Happy Valley. The following travel maps of their location, transportation and attractions are listed to help you have a wonderful trip. You can also read more other useful Beijing Maps and Shenzhen Maps on our website.
Beijing City Map
Beijing Tourist Map
Beijing Subway Map
Shenzhen China Map
Shenzhen City Map
Shenzhen Metro map
Other Popular China High Speed Train Routes You May be Interested in
Up to now, China has more than 150 cities and 32 of 34 provinces (except Tibet and Ningxia) are connected by high speed trains. That is to say, most China’s cities, especially tourist destinations, are connected with each other and they can be reached conveniently via the most fashionable transportation - high speed train. We listed some most popular high speed train route maps below. Also you can check more China High Speed Railway Maps and China High Speed Train Cities Maps here.
All about China High Speed Trains
- Why Taking High Speed Train
- China High Speed Train Types
- G-series Trains & Features
- D-series Trains & Features
- C-series Trains & Features
- Popular High Speed Train Routes
- Train Tickets: Book & Read
- Seats & How to Choose
- How to Board/Disembark
- How to Read Train Tickets
- Facilities, Food & Service
- Food & Drinks on Train
- Toilets & Washroom on Train
- China High Speed Rail Maps
- China Train Schedules 2020
Top China High Speed Train Cities
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