Beijing Xian High Speed Rail & Train Route Maps 2024

A China travel to Beijing without Xian is incomplete for the two great ancient capitals both inherit profound historic and cultural treasures of China. After you visit landmarks and must-see sites in Beijing, an extremely fast and comfortable high speed train travel within half a day will send you to the home of Terracotta Warriors, where you can ride on the authentic Ancient City Wall, learn more Chinese history in the treasury - Shaanxi History Museum. More conveniently, nature fans can take this rail and have a side trip to Mount Hua nearby Xian.

Beijing Xian High Speed Train Route Map

Beijing Xian High Speed Rail is combined at Zhengzhou (郑州) by two major segments, north part of Beijing-Guangzhou High Speed Rail and Zheng-Xian High Speed Rail (middle section of Xuzhou-Lanzhou High Speed Rail). With a total length of 1,216km, it begins from Beijing, stretches south via Shijiazhuang of Hebei Province, Zhengzhou of Henan Province and then turns to a west transverse rail line to Xian in Shaanxi Province. Some routes will pass by the Luoyang (another ancient capital of China), so you may drop by to visit Buddhist cultural relics in Longmen Grottoes. Check (Beijing Xian high speed train schedule 2024 >)

Useful Beijing and Xian Travel Maps

Both Beijing and Xian are China’s greatest ancient capitals. Beijing once held position as political center for 6 dynasties and is the location of China’s last dynasty - Qing Dyansty. To pick up the essence of Beijing in 3 ~ 4 days, you can visit royal court - Forbidden, hike the Great Wall, roam in traditional Hutongs to see, touch and feel the past imperial history, local life and charming culture. Yet Xian was served for the most important dynasties to 13 Dynasties of Qin, Western Han, Tang and etc, and it is the starting point of ancient Silk Road. Within 2 ~ 3 days trip in Xian, you can deeply amazed by the world-famous Terracota Warriors, the well-preserved Ancient City Wall and harmonious cultural converge between different religions in Muslim Quarter. Besides, Beijing and Xian have interesting side trips, from which you can explore more attractions. Here is a 6 Days Ancient Beijing & Xian Exploration Tour popular among tourist. You can find large collection Beijing maps of attractions, high speed rail network, Subway and detailed useful Xian travel maps, Xian tourist map and more else.

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

In China, high speed train is more than a transport way, but also develops as a more and more popular travel experience. Until May, 2018, there are 94% provinces and more than 150 cities are connected by high speed railways, including many popular tourist destinations, like Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Guilin, Chengdu, Chongqing, Nanjing and etc. Want to link your ideal destinations and get inspiration for high speed trip? Check more China high speed train routes and high speed train maps here.

Best China High Speed Train Tour Packages for 2024/2025

There is no better way to see, experience, and immerse yourself in China’s exciting China's massive high speed railway system. Fast speeds, cozy seats and sleepers, big and clean sightseeing windows, easy and simple boarding process, beautiful sceneries along the railway... Hurry up to choose a trip from our well-designed China train tour packages or tailor-make a trip to start your amazing holiday now!

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