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Shanghai - Huzhou Train

High speed trains are the only direct rail rides between Shanghai and Huzhou. Normal rides, including overnight sleeper trains are currently not available. For a short trip of 151 miles (243 kilometers), the ride only needs around 2 hours.

In fact, G7395/7397, G7319 and G7391/7393 originate and end at Shanghai Hongqiao Station and Nanjing South Station, while Huzhou Railway Station is an intermediate station with a stopover for 2-3 minutes only. Thus passengers are recommended to make preparation in advance and take all of your luggage with you before arrival.

Hongqiao Railway Station can be easily accessed by subway Line 2 and Line 10 and is connected with Hongqiao Airport by an underground passage. Other cities buses and taxi is also available. Huzhou Railway Station is a little far from the downtown area but there are buses heading there and Nanxun Ancient Town.
 

Shanghai to Huzhou High Speed Train Schedule:

(Last Update on May 7, 2019)
Train No.Departure - ArrivalTravel Time
G739507:27 - 09:241h57m
G735111:34 - 13:472h13m
G739118:18 - 20:292h11m
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Huzhou to Shanghai Bullet Train Timetable:

(Last Update on May 7, 2019)
Train No.Departure - ArrivalTravel Time
G735707:40 - 09:432h3m
G739308:45 - 11:012h16m
G735314:53 - 16:592h6m
G739719:24 - 21:242h00m
Note: The timetable listed above is for reference only. You can search for the real-time schedule by the tool on page top.
 

Ticket Price

(Last Update on May 7, 2019)
Business Class SeatFirst Class SeatSecond Class Seat
CNY 336.5
USD 51
CNY 179
USD 27
CNY 110
USD 17

Stopovers along the way: Songjiang South, Jinshan North, Jiashan South, Jiaxing South, Tongxiang, Haining West, Yuhang, Hangzhou, Deqing.

For a short trip like this, formal meals may not be provided onboard, passengers in need are suggested to have their meals before departure or take some food on your own.

This trip is supported by Shanghai-Hangzhou High Speed Railway and Hangzhou-Nanjing High Speed Railway with a connection in Hangzhou, thus travelers who find direct rail schedule unable to fit their plan may choose Hangzhou city for a transfer. Although a transfer in Hangzhou may take a little longer time, the schedule is dense to cover almost every hour during daytime which enlarge the flexibility of your travel.

Alternatively, there are also buses available between. The bus trip would need about 3 hours and cost around CNY60. However, for a bus trip, it may not as comfortable as rail trip since the space for seats are more limited and the bus ride is more frequently influenced by weather and traffic condition. Furthermore, for international travelers, bus ticket can hardly be booked in advance online, thus those who choose bus trip are recommended to buy a ticket as soon as their arrival at the departure city.
 
  City Guide
Huzhou is located in north Zhejiang Province with Jiaxing on its east side and Hangzhou on its south. It is the birth place of Hu Silk, one kinds of the best and most famous silk. Hu silk can be dated back to Tang Dynasty (618-907) and was exclusive to royal family only. Nowadays, it still enjoys a good reputation both home and abroad. Writing brush is another representative of the city. Hu Writing Brush has become famous since the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) and the nib is usually made from the hair of rabbit, sheep and weasel.

 Major Rail Lines from Shanghai to:
- Last modified on Mar. 25, 2019 -
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