Beijing Transportation Guide
Travelling in China?
What to expect of airports:
generally, Chinese airports are quite new, but some might not be up to international standards.
So you might not always be able to easily navigate around an airport, particularly if there are few signs in English and you can't find an English-speaking helper.
Beijing has two main railway stations: Beijing Railway Station and Beijing West Railway Station. Both have left-luggage facilities, ATMs, tourist information, shops and restaurants.
Beijing Railway Station (北京站)
If you want to travel Beijing by renting a car with a prefessional driver, the page you are standing is the right place for your reference.
Great Wall car hire:
Red-flag/santana 2000 :500RMB/day (Badaling/Mutianyu/Juyong Pass)----(1-3 persons)
Refine :600RMB/day (Badaling/Mutianyu/Juyong Pass)---(1-6 persons)
I hope this map can be a little help for the people who want to use it,
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Public buses are a convenient and cheap way to get around Beijing IF:
- It is not rush hour. Traffic in Beijing can become very congested. During the morning and late afternoon it is wise to take the subway if possible.
Taxis are a convenient and comfortable way to get around Beijing. There are approximately 70,000 taxis and it is therefore relatively easy to hail a taxi from most parts of the city. Weekend nights outside busy places such as shopping malls and bar districts are a little trickier and you may have to queue or wait longer than usual to find a tax