Located 20 minutes from downtown, the Tianhe International Airport (WUH) operates passenger flights to more than 55 domestic cities, 23 international cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul, Bangkok, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Singapore, etc.
In addition to being a communications hub, Wuhan is also a transportation hub for central China. There are three railway stations for passengers: Wuhan Railway Station, Wuchang Railway Station, and Hankou Railway Station. Regular and high-speed trains travel between the city and other cities within Hubei Province, as well as most major cities in China.
As one of the ports of call on the Yangtze River, ferries are available to Chongqing, Shanghai, and other riverside cities. Dozens of cruise services offer deluxe cruises to attractions such as the Three Gorges. The Passenger Port is located on the western bank of the Yangtze River.
Currently two subway lines in operation in Wuhan – Line 1 and 2 (China’s first line to cross the Yangtze River) make it possible to get around Wuhan easily.
Hubei China Travel Service
Add: Tiyuguan Rd., Hongshan, Wuhan
East Star International Travel Service
Add: 16 Hongshan Rd., Wuhan
Hubei Overseas Travel Group Ltd.
Add: 1365 Zhongshan Ave., Wuhan
Changjiang Overseas Travel Corporation
Add: 55 Yanjiang Ave., Wuhan
Wuhan Overseas Travel Service
Add: 715-2 Wuluo Rd., Wuhan