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Beijing-Shanghai, Suzhou, Nanjing, Hangzhou, and Xian Tours with China's Longest High-speed Bullet Train Line

The new high-speed train service to Xian has become available since December 2012. We are proud to use this world's fastest train to take you to Terra Cotta Warriors. Please check our new express tour package to Xian from Beijing.

      Just in 2011, China had completed work on a revolutionary new high-speed rail line that will link China's two most important cities, Beijing and Shanghai. With this new rail line, traveling time between the two cities has been cut down to 4.5 hours (it was originally between 9 and 10 hours). While this is a boon for local residents of the two cities, what does it mean for you, the visitor?

      What it means is that for those tourists visiting Beijing, you can now pay a quick but effective visit to Shanghai during your stay. The new rail line is 60% cheaper than a normal round-trip flight, and you don't have to worry about all the security and baggage procedures, meaning you can easily leave for a weekend jaunt. Just think, in the afternoon you could be boarding your train to Shanghai, and by nightfall you could be dining in style on the Bund. Also, with the new rail line to Shanghai, you also have the ability to visit some of China's most alluring and beautiful cities, such as Suzhou, Hangzhou, and Nanjing.

      By the same token, for those staying in Shanghai, Beijing is just a short train ride away. You can now easily afford a brief trip to Beijing, so you don't have to miss the must-see sights of the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City.

      With the addition of the new high-speed rail line between Beijing and Shanghai, we can now offer you a more comprehensive travel package that features the two biggest and most important destinations in China while at a reduced price. We can offer you tours that feature the best of both Beijing and Shanghai and everything in between. Just think, in a 7 day trip you can see most of China's top 10 attractions, as you can visit the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Bund, the Venetian-like canals of Zhouzhuang or Zhujiajiao, the republican capital of Nanjing, and the charming West Lake of Hangzhou. With this new rail line, traveling among China's major tourist attraction has become exponentially easier and more convenient. This can all be done at a fraction of what it would of cost, because there are now no extra plane rides involved!

      Please click on the links on the left for details of new travel packages based around this high-speed rail line.

 



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Beijing-Shanghai High-speed Railway Tours: Travel on China's Bullet Train between Beijing and Shanghai