Wuhan-China : Travel

Travel to Wuhan


Opened in April 1995, Wuhan Tianhe International Airport is one of the busiest airports in central China and it is located 26 km north of Wuhan. Domestic flights connected Wuhan to many China main cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Nanchang, Zhengzhou, Guangzhou, Fuzhou, Chengdu and some foreign contries, such as Japan, Korea, Singapore, and France.


Wuhan is a transportation hub for central China. It is easy to have trains travel between Wuhan and major cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Chongqing, Chengdu and Nanchang. The operation of high speed trains between Wuhan and Shanghai, Xian, Shenzhen and Guangzhou makes the city a widely recognized transportation hub. It take about 4 hours to travel between Wuhan and Guangzhou by G trains, about 5-6 hours between Wuhan and Shanghai and about 5 hours between Wuhan and Beijing. Currently, there are three railway stations in Wuhan: Wuhan Railway Station, Wuchang Railway Station, and Hankou Railway Station.


The national and provincial expressways and highways connect Wuhan with many cities in Central and Southern China. There are more than 4000 long-distance bus arrive in the Wuhan every day from China's big cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Heifei, Changsha, Zhengzhou and faumous tourist places, such as Jinggangshan, Zhangjiajie. The main bus stations are Fu Jia Po Passenger Station (Wuchang), Hongji Passenger Station (Wuchang), Jin Jia Dun Passenger Station (Hankou), and Xinrong Passenger Station (Hankou).


Wuhan is in the middle of China. National Expressway G4, G42, G45, G50, G70 and National way 106, 107, 316, 318 link Wuhan to Shanghai, Nanjing, Beijing, Guangzhou and Chengdu.


As one port on the Yangtze River, Wuhan welcomes cruise passengers to this ancient city; ferries are available to Shanghai, Chongqing and other riverside cities. Dozens of cruise services offer deluxe cruises to the famous Three Gorges. The Passenger Port is located on the western bank of the Yangtze River, at the right end of the famous Jianghan Road.