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Beijing makes up the most important hub in mainland China for air, rail, and road transportation. It’s home to China’s largest and busiest airport, the Capital International Airport, where most domestic and international flights arrive and depart. Located in the southern part of the city is a second airport, Nanyuan Aiport. Plans for a third airport, Beijing New Airport, are in development.
Serving Beijing’s dense population is the city’s well-appointed train transit system which is busiest during rush hour. On road, more than 20,000 city buses ply 700 routes stretching into other areas of the city and suburbs. For long-distance travel to other parts of the country, Beijingís comprehensive railway network offers high-speed connections to other cities – such as Guangzhou, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Tianjin ñ as do buses which also service similar inter-city routes.
Getting a taxi is easy in Beijing and is one of the most convenient ways for visitors to travel around this sprawling metropolis. For more leisurely travel, bicycle rentals are widely available, while rickshaws present a more traditional way to take in the sights and experience local culture.

Travel Services
China International Travel Service Head Office
Add: CITS Building, 1 Dongdan N. St., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠85228888
China Travel Service Head Office
Add: 2 Beisanhuan E. Rd., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠64622288

China CYTS Tours Holding Co., Ltd
Add: 5 Dongzhimen S. St., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠58158888

China Comfort Travel Service Co., Ltd
Add: 13 Nongzhanguan S. Rd., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠65877676

China Swan International Travel Service
Add: 4/F Longhui Building, 1 Nongguang Nanli, Dongsanhuan Rd., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠87375003

China Travel International Ltd.
Add: 338 Guangíanmennei St., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠51379988

China Civil International Tourist Corporation
Add: 5/F, Datong Mansion, 21 Xiaoyun Rd., Dongsanhuan N. Rd., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠64646697

Beijing Tianping International Travel Service
Add: Tongzheng International Mansion, 80 Guangqumennei St., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠65815666

China Landscape Travel Service
Add: 5A Building A, Haitong Building, Nanlishi Rd., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠68000628

China Women Travel Service
Add: 50 Dengshikou St., Beijing
Tel: 0086≠10≠8516999
Source: China Travel Guide


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