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Beijing Train Stations & Transfers

As the capital of China, Beijing is the railway hub of the country. There are five train stations in Beijing: Beijing Railway station, Beijing West Railway Station, Beijing South Railway station, Beijing North Railway station and Beijing East Railway Station.

Trains leaving for most cities of China depart from the main stations which are Beijing Railway station, Beijing West Railway Station and Beijing South Railway station. Beijing North Station is mainly used as a local station.

Beijing Railway Station

Built in 1959, Beijing Railway Station is the largest station in China, and it has trains to Moscow, Pyongyang and Ulan Bator and most cities of China.

Ticket reservations: 010-95105105

How to get there: take bus 9, 673, Special 2 or 52 to North Square. Alternatively take Subway Line 1 and get off at Fuxingmen or Line 2 to Beijing Railway Station

Beijing West Railway Station

Operating from 1996, Beijing West is one of three major railway stations in Beijing. Beijing West Railway Station has nine platforms with services to major cities of the southwest, northwest, and southern regions of China, such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Chengdu, Chongqing, Taiyuan, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Guilin, Nanning, Xining, Jinan, and Urumqi. In 2007, the station began to serve trains to Tibet, and the whole journey required 48 hours.

Beijing West Station has two plazas: North Square and South Square. The entrance and major ticket offices are in North Square. Passengers need to go to underground to get taxis.

Address: East Lianhuachi Road, Fengtai District

Ticket reservations: 010- 63216253

Transportation: Take bus 1, 6, 40, 42, 46, 50, 109, 323, 324, 339 or 340.

Beijing South Railway Station (Yongdingmen Station)

The station was finished in 2008 and serves intercity and high-speed trains to Tianjin, Shanghai and Xi’an. It is on city subway lines 4 and 14.

Transportation: Take bus 72, 122, 53 or 741.

Beijing North Railway Station

First built in 1988 and rebuilt in 2009, Beijing North Station offers to neighboring provinces such as Hebei province and Inner Mongolia.

Address: Xizhimen, Beijing

Ticket reservation: 010-65636223

Transportation: Take bus 104, 105, 106 or 205.

Beijing Train Station Private Transfers

We offer Beijing Train Station Private Transfers with Private Guide and Van. The guide will meet you at the train station platform with your name sign board on your arrival. The guide will stand in the place where she/he can be easily located and seen as you come through the arrival gate.

  • Beijing train station to hotel transfer
  • Transfer from Beijing train station to hotel or vice versa with independent car/van and guide.

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