Beijing Gansu Train Ticket Booking & Reservation
Gansu is located in northwest China. It is situated as geographical center, on the middle and upper reaches of the Yellow River and the Yangtze River. Gansu faces Shaanxi province in the east, neighbors Sichuan and Qinghai on the south and southwest, and adjoins Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in the northwest.
Gansu is about 1,520 km long from east to west, and 1,655 km in its widest and only 25 km in its narrowest. Gansu province is bounded on the north by Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and the People's Republic of Mongolia, and joined by Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in the northeast.
there're many tourist attractions in Gansu province, such as the Silk Route Museum, The jiayuguan Pass of the Great Wall, Mogao Grottoes, Silk Road and Dunhuang City, Bingling Temple and Labrang Monastery ect.
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- Beijing to Dingxi Train Fares and Schedules
Dingxi is located in central Gansu. It was important in the development of some of China's earliest cultures, specifically along the Wei River, one of the Yellow River's biggest tributaries.
- Beijing to Jiayuguan Train Fares and Schedules
Jiayuguan is best well-known as the nearby Jiayu Pass, the largest and most intact pass of the Great Wall of China.
- Beijing to Jiuquan Train Fares and Schedules
Jiuquan, the name came from legendary tale of the young Han general Huo Qubing, who poured a jar of precious wine into a local creek in order to share the taste with his troops, in celebration of their crushing victory against Xiongnu forces. The creek later was named Jiu Quan, which became the name of the Han prefecture established there.
- Beijing to Lanzhou Train Fares and Schedules
Lanzhou, the capital of Gansu. Its main industries include textile mills, rubber, fertilizer plants, oil refinery, petrochemical, machinery and metallurgical industry.
- Beijing to Tianshui Train Fares and Schedules
Tianshui is the second largest city in Gansu, itlies along the route of the ancient Northern Silk Road, through wihich much of trade occurred between China and the west.
- Beijing to Wuwei Train Fares and Schedules
Wuwei is located between three western capitals, Lanzhou, Xining and Yinchuan. Its location makes it an important business and transportation hub for the area.
- Beijing to Zhangye Train Fares and Schedules
Zhangye has a large area of 42,000 square km, and is blessed with numerous streams, its abundant sunlight and fertile soil, making it an important agricultural center for Gansu.
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