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Trains From Beijing To Weihai

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Beijing - Weihai Train Schedule
Train No. Arrival City Dep. Time /
Arr. Time
Duration / Distance(KM) Prospect Price
K411 Beijing - Weihai 22:32
Hard Seat: $US$21
Hard Sleeper: $US$36
Soft Sleeper: $US$56
Train Stations Stations in Chinese Arrival Time Dept. Time Distance(km) Total Time
Beijing 北京 - 22:32 0 null
Tianjin Xi (West) 天津西 00:15 00:24 148 null
Cangzhou 沧州 01:29 01:33 264 null
Botou 泊头 01:57 02:00 303 null
Dezhou 德州 02:57 03:01 377 null
Jinan Dong (East) 济南东 04:41 04:53 498 null
Zibo 淄博 05:55 05:57 605 null
Weifang 潍坊 07:01 07:04 705 null
Jiaozhou 胶州 08:05 08:08 815 null
Laiyang 莱阳 09:24 09:28 914 null
Taocun 桃村 10:07 10:19 965 null
Rushan 乳山 11:15 11:18 1016 null
Wendeng 文登 12:14 12:16 1068 null
Weihai 威海 12:56 - 1103 null

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  • Hard Seat: the cheapest option, and the coaches are usually overcrowded.
  • Soft Seat: one level above the hard seat, cleaner and more comfortable.
  • Hard Sleeper: basic accommodation for overnight or long-distance train travel; six bunks in a compartment.
  • Soft Sleeper: 4 bunks per compartment, each compartment being separate with a door; recommended for overnight and long-distance travel.
  • First Class Seat: available in D trains (Dongche); four seats a row, wider and more comfortable than soft seats; smoking is not allowed; recommended for several hours'ride;
  • Second Class Seat: available in D trains (Dongche); five seats a row, smaller sitting area than first class seats; smoking is not allowed.
  • Luxury Soft Sleeper: top level sleeper; only available in a few trains; 2 bunks per compartment, each compartment being separate with a door.

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