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We took a very fast train from Zhengzhou to Xi'an and then from Xi'an to Beijing. The station is modern and easy to navigate (even for a westerner). Very busy and huge!
The VFT trains are also excellent. What a great way to travel!
Traveling on the trains in China is an experience! Going through security an absolute nightmare! Please remember, you cannot take anything sharp (scissors or corkscrews) even in your suitcases! They will open your suitcases and remove it - same goes for any powerbanks!
Our high speed train from Beijing North stops here in Xian North. There's a lot of signage in English and very clean. This station also connects to subway Line 4 and Line 2 (station Beikezhan) to the city. Taxi to the city is about 40...More
This is one impressive train station.Very well marked, easy to move around, super clean. Our tour guide assisted us, so not sure how it would be if you don't speak the language.Seems more efficient than Beijing.
We traveled with High Speed Train from Lanzhou West to Xi'an North.
The train station is huge, the largest we encountered during our train travel in China; more imposing than airport in Xi'an.
However, we have no problem finding our way to Subway Line 4...More
We flew in to Xian from Beijing and took the train out to ChengDu.
We bought the train ticket from home online - ChinaTicketOnline. You get a receipt that you need to take to the ticket counter together with your passport and they will print...More
All the railway stations in major Chinese cities are huge but well marked with announcements and signs in English. Once you get the hang of the security and ques routines, train travel in China is the way to go. This is reputedly the largest station...More