Zhongyang Gate, Xuanwu, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China

Once the main railway hub of the city, Nanjing train station now lost this proud title to the Nanjing South railway station, but still is one of the busiest transport hubs in the city. It provides a high-speed connection to Shanghai and Shanghai Hongqiao, serves frequent trains to Xian, Qidong, and Tongling, and boasts 8 platforms and 16 tracks. What is more, Nanjing train station offers a great variety of on-site services and facilities to ensure a worry-free trip, including a Luggage Office, VIP waiting area, mother-and-child room, automatic storage machine area, multiple ATMs, and even the Mobile Quick Charger equipment.

Explore Nanjing Railway Station

If you are planning to visit the Nanjing railway station, we advise you to watch this guided tour, offering some useful tips on where to find the station's main facilities and allowing to check out the splendid interiors of the Nanjing rail hub.



Frequently Asked Question About Nanjing Railway Station


How to get to Nanjing railway station?

Boasting a great location in the city center, Nanjing rail station is very easy to reach using public transport. The most convenient way is to take a Line 1 or Line 3 train of Nanjing metro, as the railway hub is set right next to the eponymous subway station.

Is Nanjing railway station the same as Nanjing South railway station?

As mentioned above, no, they are not the same. Nanjing South railway station is a much younger station built in 2010, now priding itself on being the main railway hub of the city and serving a great majority of all trains coming through the city. Nanjing South opened its doors in 1968, and although still is one of the most important stations of the city, it's not as vital as it used to be.


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