Xi'an lies in the Guanzhong Basin of Shaanxi Province.It is the political, economic and cultural center in the northwestern region of China. It provides a link of communication between Southwest, Northwest, and East China. And as a key transportation port and important municipality in the vast west China, it's easily reachable by bus, train and air. The urban public transportation system of Xi'an is also among the most advanced and convenient in China.
From April 4th, 2012, there are Bullet trains between Xi’an north and Beijing west, which takes about 8 hours and 47 minutes, which include D32 and D31. The bullet trains travel from Xi’an north at 12:55 and get to Beijing west at 21:42. It costs 493 yuan for the first-class seats and 357 yuan for the second-class seat.
From April 4th, 2012, Bullet trains between Xi’an north and Hankou have operated. The train D140 leave from Xi’an north at 11:20, and get to Hankou at 19:10, which costs 7 hours and 50 minutes. The bullet train D142 leaves from Hankou at 9:15, and gets to Xi’an north at 16:35, which costs 7 hours and 20 minutes. It coast costs 432 yuan for the first-class seat and 307 yuan for the second-class seat.
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