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Guangzhou – Shenzhen High-Speed Trains

Opened in 2011, the Guangzhou – Shenzhen High-Speed Railway is the most popular and most traveled rail line in China. There are more than 190 pairs of G, D and C-category trains in service on this rail route, with the travel time of about 29 minutes to 1.5 hours. Now, this rail route has extended to Hong Kong.

Different types of trains operate at different train stations in Guangzhou and Shenzhen. G trains operate at Guangzhou South Railway Station and Shenzhen North / Futian railway stations. C trains operate at Guangzhou East Railway Station and Shenzhen Railway Station. D trains operate at Guangzhou Railway Station and Shenzhen Railway Station.

Guangzhou to Shenzhen High-Speed Train Schedules and Ticket Fares

(Updated on June 1st, 2021)

Train Number

Departure - Arrival

Duration

Ticket Fares

G6349

06:54 – 07:26

32 min

Second class: US$11 - 14 (74.5 - 94 CNY)

First class: US$15 - 20 (99.5 - 134 CNY)

Business class: US$29 - 39 (199.5 - 267 CNY)

G6545

07:28 – 07:57

29 min

G6211

08:18 – 08:54

36 min

G6563

09:08 – 09:44

36 min

G6013

10:15 – 10:51

36 min

C7063

11:19 – 12:41

1 h 22 min

G6017

12:37 – 13:42

1 h 05 min

G1007

13:39 – 14:34

55 min

G1031

16:07 – 16:43

36 min

C7115

20:15 – 21:37

1 h 22 min

Please note: There are more than 190 pairs of high-speed trains running from Guangzhou to Shenzhen, departing from 06:00 to 23:35. The trains listed above are just some of them.

Shenzhen to Guangzhou High-Speed Train Schedules and Ticket Fares

(Updated on June 1st, 2021)

Train Number

Departure - Arrival

Duration

Ticket Fares

C7022

06:23 – 07:56

1 h 33 min

Second class: US$11 - 14 (74.5 - 94 CNY)

First class: US$15 - 20 (99.5 - 134 CNY)

Business class: US$29 - 39 (199.5 - 267 CNY)

G2912

07:03 – 07:32

29 min

C7032

08:19 – 09:37

1 h 18 min

G6016

11:03 – 11:39

36 min

G6212

12:30 – 13:20

50 min

C7006

13:45 – 14:58

1 h 13 min

C7102

15:24 – 16:46

1 h 22 min

G6552

16:35 – 17:18

43 min

G6014

17:45 – 18:27

42 min

G6266

19:18 – 19:54

36 min

Please note: There are more than 190 pairs of high-speed trains running from Shenzhen to Guangzhou, departing from 06:10 to 22:48. The trains listed above are just some of them.

Seat Classes on Guangzhou – Shenzhen High-Speed Trains

G-category trains on Guangzhou – Shenzhen rail route provide three types of seat classes: second class seat, first class seat and business class seat. C and D-category trains between Guangzhou and Shenzhen offer second class and first class seats.

Second Class

Second Class seats are the standard type and the cheapest on high-speed trains. They are the most common type on G, D, and C trains. A Second Class coach has five seats per row: two seats on one side of the aisle and three on the other. The configuration is A+B+C and D+F. Seats A and F are window seats.

First Class

First Class carriages provide more comfort and privacy than Second Class. A First Class seat is wider than a Second Class seat. First Class seats are arranged in rows lettered A+C and D+F, offering more leg room and elbow room. Moreover, automatic doors separate the coaches to keep them quiet and private.

Business Class

Business Class seats are available on most G-category trains and some D- and C-category trains. This is the most luxurious and expensive class on high-speed trains. There are three seats in a row: two seats on one side and one on the other side of the aisle (coded A+C and F). As for First Class, there are automatic doors to keep the coaches quiet and private.

Which Train to Choose?

1. From Guangzhou to Shenzhen or from Shenzhen to Guangzhou, different types of trains have different terminuses in both cities. Choose the train station that is close to your hotel will be more convenient.

  • G-category trains operate at Guangzhou South Railway Station and Shenzhen North Railway Station, both are far away from downtown areas. But subway and public buses make it convenient to and from the stations.
  • C and D-category trains operate at Guangzhou East Railway Station and Shenzhen Railway Station. Both stations are located in downtown areas. The Luohu Port is just beside Shenzhen Railway Station.  Booking Your Train Tickets with Train Spread

2. The travel time varies according to different types of trains. G trains is the fastest with the shortest travel time. C and D trains spend more than 1 hour to travel between these two cities.

3. Ticket fares on G trains are the highest. Whiles on C and D trains, ticket fares are cheaper.

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