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Tanie loty z Hong Kong do Beijing

Informacje o lotach z miasta Hong Kong do miasta Beijing

Poniżej znajdują się często zadawane o to połączenie pytania:
  • Kiedy mogę zarezerwować najtańsze bilety lotnicze Hong Kong do Beijing?

    Linie lotnicze zmieniają ceny biletów zależnie od dnia i godziny rezerwacji lotu. Po przeanalizowaniu danych ze wszystkich linii lotniczych doszliśmy do wniosku, że bilety lotnicze z Hong Kong do Beijing najlepiej jest rezerwować we wtorki, środy i soboty.

  • Jakie inne linie lotnicze obsługują loty z Hong Kong do Beijing?

    Linie lotnicze obsługujące loty z Hong Kong do Beijing to między innymi Hong Kong Airlines,Cathay Pacific,Cathay Dragon,China Southern Airlines,Air China.

  • Jaka jest najpopularniejsza linia obsługująca loty bez międzylądowań z Hong Kong do Beijing?

    Cathay Pacific obsługuje następującą liczbę lotów bez międzylądowań pomiędzy Hong Kong a Beijing: 217.

  • Ile lotnisk znajduje się w Beijing?

    Liczba lotnisk w Beijing to 4 – Beijing Capital International Airport,Nanyuan Airport,BeiJingMiYunMuJiaYuTongYong Airport,Daxing International Airport.

  • Średni czas trwania lotów bezpośrednich:

    3h24m

  • Lotniska w miejscu docelowym:

    PEK ,NAY ,MY2 ,PKX

  • Trasa lotnicza:

    HKG ✈ BJS

  • Ceny rozpoczynają się od:

    1 066 PLN

Rozkład lotów z Hong Kong do Beijing

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Flight from Hong Kong to Beijing

Beijing is the second-largest city and the capital of China. This important political centre was also the seat of the Qing and Ming dynasty emperors until the Republic of China was established on 1911. Located in the north-west of the North China Plain, Beijing is a dynamic political, cultural and educational centre. Its well-preserved historic sites and cultural institutions have stood the test of time along with modern technological and social innovations. This showpiece megacity can be visited all year round. With a growing list of avenues for entertainment, food tours, educational tours, stunning nature walks and dragon boat trips, it is easy to unwind and enjoy a fun filled leisure vacation in Beijing.

Ever since the Communist revolution, Beijing has emerged as one of the nation’s industrial centre dominated by the tertiary sector. It's highly developed financial, R&D, cultural and education industry has shown a steady economic growth thereby contributing to the total GDP of the nation. Whether you’re a travel freak, die-hard foodie or culture vulture,  the fascinating natural scenery, eye-catching historical artifacts and glitz of the person day Beijing is sure to charm you.

Tip:

 The best time to visit Beijing is between March to May and September to October as the weather remains temperate  enough to enjoy the outdoor scenery. It is advisable to avoid the sweltering heat of the summers between June to August with added risk of heavy rainfall and high level of humidity.

Getting to Beijing

 

Beijing Capital International Airport (IATA: PEK, ICAO: ZBAA) 

is the main airport serving Beijing. It is the world’s busiest airport and the largest in People’s Republic of China.

Beijing Daxing International Airport (IATA:PKX,ICAO:ZBAD)

is the second airport located on the border of Beijing. The Beijing Capital Airport is located 32 km northeast of city centre at Chao-yang Sunyi District catering to both domestic and global travelers. From Hong Kong it takes approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes to reach Beijing Airport by air. There are three passenger terminals here that offer state-of-art facilities and the airport itself is well-connected to the neighbouring areas via airport express ,shuttle bus, car rental and taxi.

Several flights operate on this route. For a

direct flight from Hong Kong

via

Hong Kong International Airport (IATA:HKG,ICAO:VHHH)

, glance through flights offered by

Hong Kong Airlines

. To find a

cheap flight to Beijing

from

Hong kong

, look for the connecting flights offered by

China Eastern

and

Cathay pacific, Air China and Cathay Dragon 

among others.

Tip:

 There is no time difference between Hong Kong and Beijing.

Take in the sights of the city

Beijing has several world-famous tourist attractions. Here are a few notable historic and cultural points of interest that should not be missed while you visit Beijing.

Forbidden City: Considered as of the most significant attraction, the origin of The Imperial Palace can be traced back to the Yuan Dynasty of the 13th century. Highlights include the Golden River Bridge, the Meridian Gate, the Hall of Preserving Harmony, the Palace of Heavenly Purity and the Hall of Military Courage are not to be missed.

The Great Wall of China: This historic structure is one of the great wonder of the world. Dating back to 16th century, it offers magnificent view of the area around particularly during spring and autumn.

Tiananmen Square: This world’s largest inner-city square is considered to be the centre of communist China. Monument to the People’s Heroes and Tiananmen Gate are important landmarks of this square.

Shopping and Local Transport in Beijing

Beijing has no shortage of great shopping options. Shopaholics can pick traditional handicraft items from the hutongs of Dashilar or Chinese art from Liuchang Xijie. Yangmeizhu Xiejie has some of the best trendy designer boutiques while Wangfujing Dajie plays host to shops that sell major international brands. Wudaoying Hutong offers an eclectic array of jewelers and accessory shops along with well-priced home goods. Qianmen is one of the oldest streets for pedestrians shopping for souvenirs for folks back home. Public transport via bus, motor rickshaw and taxi services are a convenient and cheaper option to get around Beijing and go for sightseeing. Modern subways are easy to use but often crowded.

Tip: 

Renting a bicycle or availing a bike sharing scheme can be the quickest way to avoid the traffic jams.

The best areas for accommodation in Beijing

 Beijing offers a wide range of lodging alternatives for travelers ready to splurge or on a  back-packers budget. Chaoyang and Dongcheng are the main areas of Beijing where food lovers can find some of the best restaurants serving anything from continental to provincial cuisines of China. Hotels located near the Wangfujing commercial area grants guests convenient access to Beijing’s top attractions like Tianmen Square and Forbidden City.

Tip: Some of the eclectic hotels in Beijing that exceed expectations can be found close to Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and National Museum of China area.

Hong Kong to Beijing flights

are frequent and available in plenty round the week. Book  your ticket in advance to avoid rush and get the best rates for your travel dates. If you’d like to save on your travel budget, combine your

Hong Kong to Beijing flight booking

with

discount hotel

reservations for

great deals

Escape to Beijing to soak up its rich history and extravaganza with Trip.com.