What routes does the China-Europe train run to the present?

1.Chongqing-Duisburg

Departing from Chongqing Tuanjiecun Station, leaving from Alashankou, passing Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland to Duisburg Station, Germany, the whole journey is about 11,000 kilometers and the running time is about 15 days.


2.Chengdu-Lodz

Departing from Chengdu Chengxiang Station, leaving from Alashankou, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, and Lodz Station in Poland, the total distance is 9,965 kilometers and the running time is about 14 days.


3.Zhengzhou-Hamburg

Departing from Zhengzhou Putian Station, leaving from Ala Mountain Pass, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, and Hamburg Station, Germany. The total distance is 10,245 kilometers and the running time is about 15 days.


4.Suzhou-Warsaw

Departing from Suzhou, leaving from Manzhouli, passing Russia, Belarus, and Warsaw Station in Poland, the total distance is 11,200 kilometers, and the running time is about 15 days.


5.Wuhan-Czech Republic, Poland

Departing from Wuhan Wujiashan Station, leaving from Ala Mountain Pass, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus to relevant cities in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and other countries. The whole journey is about 10,700 kilometers and the running time is about 15 days.


6.Changsha-Duisburg

The starting station is at the Changning Xianing Cargo Yard, which implements the “one main and two auxiliary” operation route. "One Master" is from Changsha to Duisburg, Germany. It exits through the Ala Mountain Pass in Xinjiang, passes through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, and Germany. The total distance is 11,808 kilometers and the operation time is 18 days.


7.Yiwu-Madrid

Departing from the Yiwu West Railway Station, as an important part of the China-Europe Railway Line, the first line of the China-Europe Railway Line (Yiwu-Madrid) will run through the New Silk Road Economic Belt, from Yiwu West Railway Station to Madrid, Spain, through Xinjiang Allah The exit of Shankou Port passes through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, France, and Spain. The total distance is 13,052 kilometers and the running time is about 21 days.


8.Harbin-Russia

The whole train runs 6,578 kilometers, 1004 kilometers via the Binzhou Railway to the Manzhouli Port Station for departure, and 5,574 kilometers to the Bikliang Station via the Russian Siberian Railway.


9.Lanzhou-Hamburg

It originated in Lanzhou, departed from Xinjiang Alashan Pass, passed through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus and Poland, and arrived in Hamburg, Germany. The total distance was 8027 kilometers and the running time was about 15 days.


10.Baoding-Minsk, Belarus

Departing from Baoding, departing from Manzhouli, passing through Russia, and then arriving in Minsk, Belarus. The whole journey is about 9,500 kilometers and takes about 12-14 days.


11.Harbin-Hamburg

From the east of Harbin to Harbin, via Manchuria, Russia, Baikal to Chita, turn to the Russian-Siberian Railway, and via Russia's Yekaterinburg and Moscow to Poland's Malasevich to the end of Hamburg, Germany.


12.Xining-Antwerp

From the Shuangzhai Railway Logistics Center in Xining City, Qinghai Province to Antwerp, Belgium's second largest container port in Europe, the entire journey takes about 12 days.


13.Guangzhou-Moscow

Departing from Guangzhou Dalang Station, departing from Manzhouli to Moscow, Russia. The total distance is 1,1,500 kilometers, with a total of 41 sections of 40 "HQ containers. It takes 15 days to reach the destination.


14.Qingdao-Moscow

Departing from the Qingdao Multimodal Transport Customs Supervision Center, exiting through the Manzhouli Port and directly to Moscow, Russia. The whole train runs 7,900 kilometers, and the operation time is about 22 days.



15.Changchun-Hamburg

From Changchun International Port, it passes through Russia, Belarus, Poland, Belgium, Germany and other European cities. The high speed is 120 kilometers per hour and the whole journey takes about 12-15 days.


16.Nanchang-Moscow

From Nanchang to Tang railway port, exit through Manzhouli port and go straight to Moscow, Russia.


17.Tangshan-Belgium

Departs from Tangshan Port, Jingtang Port District, exits from Beijing, Hohhot, Baotou, Hami, Urumqi, and exits from Alashankou Port, passes through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, and Germany to Ante


18.Chengdu-Vienna

Departing from Chengdu, crossing 6 countries in Asia and Europe, directly to the Austrian capital Vienna, the journey is 9,800 kilometers.


19.Wuhan-Hamburg

Depart from Xiangyang North Station, Hubei, add the Han-Europe train to the Central Station of Wuhan Linkong China Railway Lianji Railway Station, go through the Alashan Pass, and drive to Hamburg, Germany, 12,000 kilometers away.


20.Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region-Bam, a city in southeast Iran

Drive out of Shaliang Logistics Park in the southeast of Hohhot and reach the city of Bam in southeast Iran more than 9,000 kilometers away in 15 days.


21.Urumqi-Duisburg, Germany

After departing from Urumqi, it will exit from Alashankou Port, the bridgehead of the Eurasian Continental Bridge, and pass through Kazakhstan, Russia, and Poland to Duisburg, Germany. One-way is expected to take 10 days, with a total mileage of 8,000 kilometers.


22.Jingdezhen-Moscow

Exit from Jiangxi Jingdezhen East Station to Moscow, Russia.


23.Zhengzhou-Liege, Belgium

The journey from Zhengzhou, Henan to Liege, the hinterland of Europe, takes about 11,000 kilometers, about 15 days.


24.Wuhan-Irkutsk

From Wuhan, sail to Irkutsk, Russia. Departing from Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, it is expected to reach Irkutsk in about 15 days.


25.Lianyungang-Istanbul

Lianyungang—Kazakhstan—Azerbaijan—Georgia—Turkey


26.Chengdu-Wroclaw, Poland

From Chengdu International Railway Port in Qingbaijiang District, Chengdu.


27.Yiwu to Liège flight

Departing from Zhejiang Yiwu, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland and Germany, and finally Liege, Belgium.

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