Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism

Zhejiang enjoys convenient transportation owing to its advantageous location at the southern section of the Yangtze River, bordering the East China Sea and many important provinces in China. Currently, there are seven civilian airports in Zhejiang, including two international ones, Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and Ningbo Lishe International Airport. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Pudong International Airport are only two to three hours’ drive away. Major railway routes and highways all pass through Zhejiang. In addition, the provision of public bike services has been used to complete the last-mile concerns of the public transportation system. 

  • Taxis in Huzhou
    In Huzhou, the starting fare is 8 yuan for the first 2.5km. Every additional kilometer will cost 2.5 yuan. For a one-way trip over 7km, an empty-car fee of 50% extra fee will be charged. For any trip less than 7km, empty-car fee is not allowed.
  • Public Buses in Huzhou
    The public transportation web in Huzhou is quite developed. Except the bus lines traveling in the city, there are also intercity lines to Deqing County, Anji County, Nanxun County, Changxing County and rural bus lines. The bus fare for the inner-city lines are usually 2 yuan per person. Local bus IC card is also available. One can purchase a card for 30 yuan, and will enjoy a 10% off during all the travels with this card. Please note that the cost of the card is not refundable.
  • Long-Distance Bus Stations in Huzhou
    The former coach center – North Zhejiang High Speed Coach Center in Huzhou is now closed. Now all the transportation routes are transferred to High Speed Railway Station Coach Center and East Green Coach Center.
  • Railway Station in Huzhou
    Huzhou Railway Station is the former South Huzhou Railway Station. The South Huzhou Railway Station was built in 1972, and was dismantled and reconstructed in 2009.