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Hangzhou

Boote im Westsee, Hangzhou

Praktische Infos über Hangzhou

Wie finde ich mich in der Stadt zurecht?

Like many cities in China, a good way to get around in Hangzhou is by bicycle. A public bike system is available, giving travellers access to bikes located across the city for a small fee, plus a deposit. Buses are another good way to get around the city, as the networks are extensive, however all signage is written in Chinese. There are different kids of buses that range in cost from CNY1-4, however the tourist routes are prefixed with a 'Y'. A metro system was opened in November 2012. Line 1 is the first of 8 lines which are planned to operate in Hangzhou, Zhejiang and the surrounding suburbs. Line 1 is 48 kilometers in length, and with 30 stations it is the longest first section of metro ever opened in China. Taxis are also available, and trips within the city start from CNY11. The bright turquoise city taxis are easily spotted on the streets, and are more reliable than those offered by touts at tourist spots. Few drivers speak English, so travellers should have their destination written down, or be able to point it out on a map. Visitors in Hangzhou are not advised to drive, as the traffic is known to be chaotic and road signs confusing.

Zeit

GMT +8

Elektrischer Strom

Die Netzspannung beträgt 220 Volt, mit 50 Hz. Es gibt verschiedene Steckertypen, am häufigsten sind der zweipolige Flachstecker und schräge dreipolige Flachstecker. In der Regel sind Adapter erforderlich.

Währung

Die Landeswährung von China ist der Renminbi Yuan (CNY). Ein Renminbi Yuan entspricht 10 Chiao/Jiao or 100 Fen. Stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie Ihre übrig gebliebenen Yuan vor der Rückkehr nach Hause tauschen, weil diese Währung nur innerhalb Chinas getauscht werden kann. Geld wechseln können Sie bei den örtlichen Filialen der Bank of China. Banken sind an den Wochenenden geschlossen. Die größeren Hotels und insbesondere die „Friendship-Stores“ für Ausländer akzeptieren die meisten westlichen Währungen für Einkäufe. Die gängigen Kreditkarten werden in den wichtigsten Großstädten akzeptiert, aber in ländlichen Gegend kann die Akzeptanz eingeschränkt sein. Geldautomaten sind außerhalb der großen Städte selten.

Kommunikation

Die internationale Vorwahl für China ist +87. Telefonkarten sind weit verbreitet und Anrufe können von Postämtern und Hotels aus erfolgen. In den Telefonzellen auf den Straßen sind in der Regel nur Ortsgespräche möglich. In den Hotels sind Ortsgespräche in der Regel kostenlos oder werden nur zu einem geringen Preis berechnet. Mobilfunknetze sind sehr weit fortgeschritten und chinesische Netzwerke haben Roaming-Vereinbarungen mit den meisten nicht-nordamerikanischen internationalen Betreibern. Internet-Cafés gibt es in den meisten Städten.

Notrufnummer

Notruf: 110 (Polizei), 120 (Krankenwagen - Peking).

Visa- und Gesundheitsinformationen

Alles über Visa- und Gesundheitsinformationen

Öffentliche Feiertage

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2014 2015
Neujahr 1. Jan 1. Jan - 3. Jan
Frühlingsfest (Chinesisches Neujahrsfest) 31. Jan - 6. Feb 19. Feb - 25. Feb
Qingming-Fest (Tag der Grabsäuberung) - Totengedenktag 5. Apr - 7. Apr 4. Apr - 6. Apr
Maifeiertag 1. Mai - 3. Mai 1. Mai - 3. Mai
Drachenboot-Festival 31. Mai - 2. Jun 20. Jun - 22. Jun
Mittherbstfest 6. Sep - 8. Sep 26. Sep - 28. Sep
Nationaler Feiertag (Geburtstag der Volksrepublik China) 1. Okt - 3. Okt 1. Okt - 3. Okt

Klima

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Hangzhou has a humid, subtropical climate with generally warm and mild conditions all year round. The pleasant and temperate weather is an advantage for tourists and is probably one of the reasons the city is so popular with foreigners. As with most of China, the four seasons are distinct: summer is long, hot and humid; autumn is cool and clear; winter is dry and cold; and spring is warm, rainy and short. There are two rainy seasons in Hangzhou: the first is a brief period between late June and early July when Hangzhou experiences the Asian monsoon season; and the second is Hangzhou's typhoon season which brings heavy rains in August and September. Although the area is prone to typhoons during this time the storms very seldom hit Hangzhou directly so it is usually less dramatic than it sounds. The best time to visit Hangzhou is in autumn (September to November) when the average temperature is a mild 63°F (17°C). Summer in Hangzhou is also a fairly popular time to visit but the heat and humidity can get uncomfortable if you aren't used to it. Spring is stunningly beautiful because of all the blossoms but it is too rainy to be a peak tourist period.

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport

Wie finde ich den Weg zur Stadt?

Shuttle buses are available to downtown Hangzhou and other local cities. The journey to the centre of Hangzhou takes around one hour.

Autoverleih

A number of car rental companies have a desk at the airport, as well as pick up/ drop off locations in Hangzhou.

Flughafen-Taxis

Taxis are located outside the terminal building. The journey to the city centre should take between 30 minues and one hour, and cost no more than CNY100.

Transfer zwischen Terminals

Terminal A (international) and Terminal B (domestic) are close to each other, but allow time for quarantine, customs and security screening.

Einrichtungen

Terminal A, the international terminal, was opened in 2010 and includes all the facilities you would expect at a world-class airport. There are coffee shops, bars and restaurants throughout both terminals, including McDonalds and KFCs as well as plenty of Chinese restaurants. There are information desks, currency exchange facilities, a hairdresser and smoking rooms. A business centre offers fax and copying facilities. Terminal A has a number of duty free stores, offering well-known brands at very low prices.

Parken

Parking is available at both terminals.

Internet

There is free broadband internet access in Terminal A.