Airport Transportation: city bus, shuttle bus, taxi & long-distance buses to nearby cities.
Two railway stations are in service for passenger transport.
Wenzhou Railway Station mainly operates non-bullet trains running along the Jin Wen railway line. They are mostly air conditioned and reach many cities in Zhejiang such as Hangzhou, Yiwu, Jinhua and Lishui as well as other cities throughout China including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Suzhou, Nanjing and Guangzhou.
The South Railway Station mainly serves high speed trains. The destinations include Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou, Hong Kong, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Fuzhou, and Yiwu.
See also Shanghai - Yueqing Train
Some Ticket Outlets in the City:
No.130, Lu Cheng Road (Wenzhou Tourist Distributing Center)
No.204, South Fei Xia Road
No.4, Wang Jiang Road
No.4, Xi Cheng Road
Radiate highway network will greatly ease your trip there. There are six long distance bus stations with more than 130 cross-provinces and over 1,000 inside-province bus routes operating everyday. Here we list essential information for the main stations.
West Bus Station
Address: No.42, Lu Cheng Road
Operating Routes: to provinces of Jiangxi, Hunan, Anhui, Henan, Shandong as well as cities in Zhejiang Province including Jinhua and Hangzhou
Telephone Inquiry: 0577-8828958
Ticket Booking Phone: 0577-1608601
New South Bus Station
Address: Opposite to Wenzhou Railway Station, Wenzhou Avenue
Operating Routes: to provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Hainan, Jiangsu, Shaanxi as well as cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin
Telephone Inquiry: 0577-86782200, 0577-86766264
Ticket Booking Phone: 0577-1606603
New City Bus Station
Address: Xincheng Da dao (Wang Ze Qiao Road)
Operating Routes: to cities in Zhejiang Province including Taizhou, Ningbo, Hangzhou etc
Telephone Inquiry: 0577-88911927
Ticket Booking Phone: 0577-1606602
Central Bus Station
Address: No.52, North Niu Shan Road
Operating Routes: to provinces of Hebei, Hubei, Liaoning, Heilongjiang and Sichuan
In Wenzhou, several city bus routes play very important roles in the city's transportation. Tickets for most buses are CNY1.5. As there are no conductors on the vehicles, it is best to ensure you enough loose change prior to boarding.
The No.28 is the tourist bus. There are ten of them, all designed in classical European styles and are very comfortable with air-conditioner. They start at Nanpu Road and end at the Huanglong Residential Area between 06:00 and 24:00. The fare is CNY2 per person.
|Route||Duration (round trip)||Fare (round trip)|
|Nantang Dock – Aiqin Island – Sanban Bridge||30 minutes||CNY40|
|Nantang Dock – Lucheng Dragon Boat Base||1 hour||CNY88|
|Nantang Dock – Sanyang Wetland||3 hours||CNY200|
Other four ferry lines will open in a few years: East Line, West Line, South Line and Middle Ring Line. By then, 25 sightseeing docks will be in service.
Around 3,800 taxis are serving the locals and visitors in Wenzhou around the clock. The fare differs a little between day and night.
|Distance||Daytime||Night: 00:00 – 05:00 the next day|
|Within 3.5km (2.2mi)||CNY11||CNY11|
|Beyond 8km (5mi)||CNY3.8/km||CNY4.5/km|
|Waiting Fee: CNY1.3 for every 2.5 minutes' waiting.|
Most taxis in the city follow the above charging standard, while there are still very limited upgraded taxis. The flag-down rate is CNY11 for the first 3km (2mi) and other costs obey the above table.
To Sixi: You can take a coach from WZ Passenger Transport Center.