Tianhe International Airport
Built in 1994, Tianhe International Airport has now developed to be a primary civil airport in China. By the end of March, 2013, the airport has operated passenger flights to 55 domestic cities and 23 international cities/regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul, Bangkok, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Singapore, etc.
Distance to city center: 20 km
Transportation to city center:
Tianhe International Airport enjoys an easy access to the center of the city and offers airport shuttle services with stops at main railway stations and shopping centers. The shuttle buses leave for the city following flight arrivals. From the airport to Hankou, the bus will charge 17 Yuan per person, and 32 Yuan per person for Wuchang.
A taxi ride from the airport to the city area will cost about 80-120 Yuan.
Wuhan, as the capital city of Hubei province, is a transportation hub for central China. Trains travel between Wuhan and the cities within Hubei Province, as well as most major cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Chongqing, Chengdu and Nanchang. The railway network of Wuhan offers the most safe, reliable and effective way for passengers to travel around the city or beyond.
Wuhan Railway Station
Adjacent to third ring road, Wuhan Railway Station is one of the most important transportation hubs in Hubei Province. It is around 10.6 miles (17 kilometers) to Yellow Crane Tower and 11.2 miles (18 kilometers) to Yangtze River Bridge. The station terminal resembles a flying crane, representing the rising of the city and central China. The building altogether consists of four floors, three above ground and one underground.
Address: Baiyun Road, Hongshan District
Wuchang Railway Station
Wuchang Railway Station was initially built in 1916 and renovated in 2008. It is about 1.9 miles (3 kilometers) to Yellow Crane Tower, 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) to Yangtze River Bridge, and 10 miles (16 kilometers) to Wuhan Railway Station. As the intersection of Beijing-Guangzhou and Wuchang-Jiujiang rail lines, Wuchang Railway Station links Wuhan with almost every city inside Hubei Province and many other major cities in China
Address: In southeast end of Zhongshan Road, Wuchang District
Hankou Railway station
Hankou Railway Station is the biggest European-style Railway Station in China. As a major railway station along the Shanghai-Wuhan-Chengdu and Wuhan-Guangzhou High Speed Railway Lines, most high speed trains to/from Shanghai, Nanjing, Hefei, Yichang, Chengdu, and Chongqing stop here.
Address: Development Avenue in the Jianghan District
As one of the ports of call on the Yangtze River, the city welcomes cruise passengers to this ancient city; ferries are available to Chongqing, Shanghai, and other riverside cities. Dozens of cruise services offer deluxe cruises to the famous Three Gorges.
Location: The Passenger Port is located on the western bank of the Yangtze River, at the right end of the famous Jianghan Road.