Shanghai, situated on the estuary of Yangtze River, is the busiest transport hub in eastern China. As an important financial and business center of China and of the world, Shanghai has highly developed infrastructure, including a convenient public transportation network.
Getting to Shanghai
Shanghai is the only Chinese city that has two international airports. The two modern airports are equipped with very advanced facilities. Everyday, about 1,000 flights travel through the two airports, linking Shanghai with many domestic and international cities such as Beijing, Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo and Singapore.
- Shanghai Pudong International Airport, PVG (then 1 hour by bus "Shanghai Pudong Airport Shuttle Bus")
- Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, SHA (then 1 hour by bus "Hongqiao Airport Shuttle Bus")
Shanghai Hongqiao Station (also Hongqiao Railway Station) was built to serve the bullet trains between Shanghai and Hangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Fuzhou, Wenzhou, Nanchang, Xiamen, Beijing and several other cities in China.
At present, Shanghai has 11 subway lines in operation, totaling approximately 400 kilometers (about 249 miles).
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