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Beijing is a hub of communications with roads, highways, railroads and flights connecting all parts of China as well with the major cities around the world.
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Beijing, as the capital and one of the four municipalities of the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a transport hub, with a sophisticated network of roads, railways and two major airports (wikipedia.)
Beijing's public transport network is reliable and expansive. (wikitravel.org)
Here you'll find plenty of English signage to go with a fast, cheap and efficient transport system that makes getting around a breeze. (lonelyplanet)
There are many different ways to get around in Beijing, most are easy to use and inexpensive. (chinaexpatsociety.com)
Beijing International Capital Airport
Official website. (en.bcia.com.cn)
Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX), also known as Beijing New Airport, is the biggest airport in the world. (daxing-pkx-airport.com)
Find the most important information about Beijing Capital International Airport: Flights (Departures, Arrivals),
Find the most important information about Beijing Daxing Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX).
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There are eight railway stations in Beijing. Beijing Railway Station, Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing West Railway Station and Beijing North Railway Station are the main train stations serving the city. (trainspread.com)
Plan your Beijing Xian tour? Basically you may go visiting Xian from Beijing either by flight or train. Many travelers choose to take a 5-6 hour high speed train from Beijing to Xian or vice versa.
Shanghai Beijing high speed train experience from travelobservations.com
Beijing Datong High Speed Rail is 338 kilometers long and starts from Beijing North Railway Station and Beijing Qinghe Railway Station in Beijing. (trip.com)
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Taking buses to Badaling Great Wall, Mutianyu Great Wall and more. (tour-beijing.com)
Public bus service in Beijing is among the most extensive, widely used and affordable form of public transportation in urban and suburban districts of the city. (wikipedia)
Beijing buses go pretty much everywhere but it can be a bit tricky to figure out the bus routes and stops. (chinaexpatsociety.com)
Learning how to ride the bus in Beijing takes time and effort, and can be frustrating at times, but it's worth it. (.echinacities.com)
This is the Beijing Subway's official website both in Chinese and English.
Beijing subway is the fastest transportation in downtown and it is a good way to avoid frequent traffic jams. Provided by Travelchinaguide.com
With Yikatong or Apps, you’ll be good to ride the subway or bus without worrying about buying tickets or using apps all the time. (thebeijinger.com)
The Beijing Subway is the rapid transit system of Beijing Municipality that consists of 27 lines including 22 rapid transit lines, two airport rail links, one maglev line and 2 light rail lines, and 478 stations. (wikipedia)
The metro network of Beijing is the fastest, punctual, reliable, economic means of transportation traveling in and around Beijing. (tour-beijing.com)
Travelling by taxi in Beijing is a breeze because there are plenty of cabs in operation. (Travekchinaguide)
For your first Chinese taxi ride, I come up with the 20 ultimate tips for taking a taxi in Beijing or elsewhere in China. (nekdotique.com)
The transportation industry is very well developed in Beijing, thus you can easily get a cab pretty much everywhere. (welcomepickups.com)