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The sightseeing area is immediately behind the cab at each end of the train.On most Beijing-Shanghai trains the sightseeing area is arranged like this, with two business class seats behind the cab, then a row of three narrow non-reclining seats which are sold as first class.Or you can take a taxi, the taxi fare from central Beijing to Beijing South is around RMB 35 (3.50, ), allow at least 30 minutes for the taxi ride.

On some routes and trains the sightseeing areas are fitted with six first-class-style seats which are sold as superior (or premium or deluxe, the English translation varies).

Car 1 is normally at the front going south from Beijing to Shanghai, and at the back going north from Shanghai to Beijing. If you want seats in the sightseeing area you can use the special request box if you book with

A few extra trains run on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. Map of Shanghai showing stations

On some routes and trains the sightseeing areas are fitted with six first-class-style seats which are sold as superior (or premium or deluxe, the English translation varies).

Car 1 is normally at the front going south from Beijing to Shanghai, and at the back going north from Shanghai to Beijing. If you want seats in the sightseeing area you can use the special request box if you book with

A few extra trains run on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. Map of Shanghai showing stations $1 = approx RMB 7. Child fares: Children under 120cm tall travel free, 120-150cm tall travel for half fare, over 150cm tall pay full fare (140cm was changed to 150cm in Dec 2008, and 110cm to 120cm in Dec 2010).

Finding & boarding your train Luggage arrangements Hotels in Beijing Hotels in Shanghai Beijing metro map. Child discounts only apply to the 'base' part of a sleeper fare, so in sleepers it's closer to a 25% reduction on the total fare. Upper berths (and middle berths in hard sleeper) are a fraction cheaper.

D-category 250 km/h express sleeper trains have 4-berth soft sleepers & 2nd class seats, see photos & advice & watch the video guide.

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On some routes and trains the sightseeing areas are fitted with six first-class-style seats which are sold as superior (or premium or deluxe, the English translation varies).Car 1 is normally at the front going south from Beijing to Shanghai, and at the back going north from Shanghai to Beijing. If you want seats in the sightseeing area you can use the special request box if you book with A few extra trains run on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. Map of Shanghai showing stations $1 = approx RMB 7. Child fares: Children under 120cm tall travel free, 120-150cm tall travel for half fare, over 150cm tall pay full fare (140cm was changed to 150cm in Dec 2008, and 110cm to 120cm in Dec 2010).Finding & boarding your train Luggage arrangements Hotels in Beijing Hotels in Shanghai Beijing metro map. Child discounts only apply to the 'base' part of a sleeper fare, so in sleepers it's closer to a 25% reduction on the total fare. Upper berths (and middle berths in hard sleeper) are a fraction cheaper.D-category 250 km/h express sleeper trains have 4-berth soft sleepers & 2nd class seats, see photos & advice & watch the video guide.

= approx RMB 7. Child fares: Children under 120cm tall travel free, 120-150cm tall travel for half fare, over 150cm tall pay full fare (140cm was changed to 150cm in Dec 2008, and 110cm to 120cm in Dec 2010).

Finding & boarding your train Luggage arrangements Hotels in Beijing Hotels in Shanghai Beijing metro map. Child discounts only apply to the 'base' part of a sleeper fare, so in sleepers it's closer to a 25% reduction on the total fare. Upper berths (and middle berths in hard sleeper) are a fraction cheaper.

D-category 250 km/h express sleeper trains have 4-berth soft sleepers & 2nd class seats, see photos & advice & watch the video guide.

T-category classic sleeper train T109/T110 has soft & hard sleepers, soft & hard seats, 2-berth deluxe soft sleepers, see info & advice. Map of Shanghai showing stations Which station in Beijing?

One or two D & T category sleeper trains still use Shanghai's more central main station (Shanghai Zhan).

One or two high-speed G trains use Shanghai main station as shown here, actually in the city centre.

Distances: Beijing South to Shanghai Hongqiao via the new high-speed line is 1,318 km (819 miles), a little shorter than the classic route, which is 1,454 km (909 miles) from Beijing railway Station to Shanghai station. Check current times for all trains at any of the Chinese train timetable websites listed here.

All trains shown here run every day, check exact times for your date of travel online as shown here.

If you arrive by metro, you emerge from the metro platforms into the downstairs arrivals level, and must take escalators or lifts up to the main departures hall, passing through a luggage X-ray check and security staff 'wand' search to enter the hall.