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Shanghai – Huangshan High-Speed Trains

The Shanghai-Huangshan railway route is 447 kilometers (278 miles) in length with a journey time of about 2½ to 3½ hours. There are 14 pairs of high-speed trains running between Shanghai and Huangshan. The terminals of the Shanghai–Huangshan railway route are Shanghai Railway Station, Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station and Huangshan North Railway Station.

Shanghai to Huangshan High-Speed Train Schedule

Train Number

Times
(Departure-Arrival)

Duration

Stations

G7317

08:05-11:30

3h25m

Shanghai Station - Huangshan North

G7317

08:36-11:30

2h54m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G1509

08:41-11:08

2h27m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7313

09:16-12:05

2h49m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7319

09:38-12:46

3h08m

Shanghai Station - Huangshan North

G7319

10:06-12:46

2h40m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7311

10:51-13:25

2h34m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7791

11:49-14:41

2h52m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7193

12:48-15:42

2h54m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7301

13:28-16:09

2h41m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7315

14:04-17:09

3h05m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7303

16:21-19:29

3h08m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7579

17:03-20:08

3h05m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7305

17:26-20:26

3h

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

G7307

17:29-20:35

3h06m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

D3323

19:05-21:53

2h48m

Shanghai Hongqiao - Huangshan North

There are 14 high-speed trains running from Shanghai to Huangshan, departing from 08:05 to 19:05. The schedule above is just for reference. Check here for up-to-date schedules.

Huangshan to Shanghai High-Speed Train Schedule

Train Number

Times
(Departure-Arrival)

Duration

Stations

G7580

07:00-09:34

2h34m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7194

07:24-10:05

2h41m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7316

08:17-11:27

3h10m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

D3324

08:41-11:35

2h54m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7304

09:22-12:19

2h57m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7306

09:40-12:31

2h51m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7320

11:50-14:16

2h26m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7308

13:02-15:47

2h45m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7318

13:48-16:50

3h02m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7318

13:48-17:19

3h31m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Station

G7192

15:02-17:54

2h52m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7310

15:59-18:49

2h50m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7312

16:25-19:07

2h42m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G1510

16:31-19:00

2h29m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

G7314

17:28-20:30

3h02m

Huangshan North - Shanghai Hongqiao

There are 14 high-speed trains running from Huangshan to Shanghai, departing from 07:00 to 17:28. The schedule above is just for reference. Check here for up-to-date schedules.

Shanghai–Huangshan High-Speed Train Ticket Prices

Second Class Seat

First Class Seat

Business Class Seat

US$30 (193 CNY)

US$48 (308 CNY)

US$90 (578 CNY)

The Price above is just for reference. Check here for up-to-date prices.

Seat Classes on Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Trains

High-speed trains on the Beijing-Shanghai rail route have three types of seats: Second Class, First Class, and Business Class. Second Class seats and First Class seats are the most popular among travelers. Business Class seats are the most expensive and the most comfortable. Here is an introduction to each seat class.

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.

How to Get to and Use Your Train Station

Shanghai Railway Station (Chinese:上海站), Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station (Chinese:上海虹桥站) and Huangshan North Railway Station (Chinese: 黄山北站) are the terminal stations for the Shanghai–Huangshan railway route. Here we cover how to get to and use these three stations.

Shanghai Railway Station

By taxi, Shanghai Railway Station is about 15 kilometers (9 miles) or 30 minutes from Shanghai South Railway Station; 20 kilometers (13 miles) or 50 minutes from Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station and Hongqiao International Airport; and 48 kilometers (30 miles) or 1 hour from Pudong International Airport. Taxis stop at the north square or south square.

Subway line 1 goes to Shanghai Railway Station’s south square and subway lines 3 and 4 got to the north square.

Buses 106, 115, 117, 305, and 306 go to its north square; 328, 573, 955, Pudong Airport Shuttle Bus Line 5, and Nanxin Special Line go to its bus terminal; and95, 104, 109, 113, 306 go to its south square.

Both the north and south squares have ticket offices and entrances to the waiting area.

Shanghai Hongqiao Station

Shanghai Hongqiao Station is beside Hongqiao International Airport with a passage way to Terminal 2.

By taxi, Shanghai Hongqiao Station is about 20 kilometers (12 miles) or 50 minutes from the city center and Shanghai Railway Station; and 60 kilometers (37 miles)or1 hour 15 minutes from Pudong International Airport. Taxis can stop at the entrance to the waiting halls on 2F (floor 2).

Subway line 2, 10, or 17 to get to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station. The subway stop is on -1F (the basement floor).

Buses 941,Hongqiao Line 5, Hongqiao Line 4, Hong Qiao Line 9, or Pudong Airport Shuttle Bus Line 1 stop at the west or east side of the station.

The station’s waiting area is on 2F (floor 2). There are ticket offices on -1F and 2F and escalators between the floors.

Huangshan North Railway Station

Huangshan North Railway Station is the main railway station in Huangshan.

By taxi, Huangshan North Railway Station is about 15 kilometers (9 miles) or 30 minutes from the city center and Huangshan Railway Station; and 50 kilometers (30 miles) or 1 hour from Yellow Mountain. Taxis can stop at the entrance of the terminal building on 1F (floor 1).

Buses 13, 21, 32, High Speed Railway Station Express Line 1, High Speed Railway Station Express Line 2, or Yellow Mountain Tourism Buses go to Huangshan North Railway Station. If you by bus, you will get off on the lower level (street level). You take the escalator to the ticket office and entrance. The entrance is on the center, and the ticket office is on the right. Escalators go to 2F (floor 2) where the waiting rooms and shops are located.

Other Popular Rail Routes from Shanghai

Shanghai – Beijing Trains

Shanghai – Hangzhou Trains

Shanghai – Suzhou Trains

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