|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|KUL||Shenzhen||Dec 1 - Dec 6||$159|
|SIN||Guangzhou||Nov 27 - Dec 1||$162|
|SIN||Shenzhen||Jan 7 - Jan 9||$255|
|HKG||Guangzhou||Nov 29 - Dec 2||$269|
|LAX||Shenzhen||Jan 23 - Feb 14||$379|
|LAX||Guangzhou||Nov 20 - Dec 11||$379|
|SFO||Shenzhen||Jan 23 - Feb 4||$399|
|SFO||Guangzhou||Jan 27 - Feb 16||$399|
|YVR||Shenzhen||Jan 7 - Mar 24||$408|
|YVR||Guangzhou||Nov 21 - Nov 26||$409|
|FCO||Guangzhou||Nov 29 - Dec 9||$456|
|HKG||Shenzhen||Dec 6 - Dec 9||$496|
|BCN||Guangzhou||Dec 1 - Dec 8||$598|
|FCO||Shenzhen||Dec 24 - Dec 31||$722|
|BCN||Shenzhen||Dec 24 - Jan 1||$787|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|KUL||Shenzhen||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$198|
|KUL||Guangzhou||Nov 16 - Nov 23||$200|
|SIN||Guangzhou||Nov 16 - Nov 23||$239|
|SIN||Shenzhen||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$289|
|HKG||Guangzhou||Nov 17 - Nov 24||$322|
|LAX||Guangzhou||Nov 17 - Dec 8||$379|
|LAX||Shenzhen||Nov 16 - Nov 21||$399|
|XIY||Guangzhou||Nov 15 - Nov 17||$459|
|YVR||Guangzhou||Nov 16 - Nov 25||$479|
|JFK||Shenzhen||Nov 16 - Dec 7||$549|
|JFK||Guangzhou||Nov 17 - Dec 8||$589|
|SFO||Guangzhou||Nov 16 - Nov 21||$649|
|SFO||Shenzhen||Nov 16 - Nov 21||$658|
|HKG||Shenzhen||Nov 17 - Nov 22||$687|
|Destination Airport||Baiyun Intl.|
|Destination City Name||Guangzhou|
Get ready to fasten your seat belt and take to the skies on one of the 11 airlines that fly into Guangzhou. A few of the most popular carriers include:
There's no possibility of a mix-up with airports in Guangzhou, as there's only one operating in the city. Guangzhou Airport (CAN-Baiyun Intl.) is approximately 19 miles (30 kilometers) from all the action downtown.Where to stay in Guangzhou
With 717 wonderful accommodations in Guangzhou, your options are many and varied. But don't wait around. The sooner you book, the sooner you can start counting down the days until your adventure!
Plush rooms, quality amenities and impeccable service are what you'll find during your stay at the Guangdong Hotel or the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Guangzhou. More of a cost-conscious adventurer? The Hanting Hotel Guangzhou Panfu and the Kaiserdom Hotel China Plaza may be the ideal properties for you.Places to visit in Guangzhou
So much to do and so little time. If you're keen to experience the best this city has to offer, add the Western Han Museum of the Nanyue King Mausoleum and the Huaisheng Mosque to your vacation itinerary. If you have an extra day to spare, try to get to Yuexiu Park and the Liurong Temple too.
Every piece of art at a museum has a fascinating past. At Guangdong Folk Art Museum, you can check out a range of exhibits, stop for a few moments of contemplation and get to know the story behind them. Like some more options? Explore the world of history and enjoy a fun day out when you visit Zhenhai Tower. And that's not all. Gain a deeper understanding of the locals' spiritual beliefs and maybe even offer up your own prayer at Guangxiao Temple.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Guangzhou
Your trip to Guangzhou kicks off as soon as you've satisfied all the security checks. We've summarized a few useful tips to ensure you pass through quickly:
Founded in 214BC, Guangzhou is the busiest trade and transport hub in China, and the country's third-biggest city after Beijing and Shanghai. While Guangzhou is often just passed through after travelers disembark at Guangzhou Baiyun International (CAN), the city is a destination in its own right. It's a beguiling blend of the old and new: you can visit an ancient park, imperial tomb, or colonial villas while also taking in futuristic architecture and soaring skyscrapers. What's more, booking cheap flights to Guangzhou with Travelocity makes the trip more affordable than you thought.
Hotels near Baiyun International are the obvious choice when arriving straight off Guangzhou flights. The airport itself is some 17 miles from the city center, and there's a good transportation network, with cabs, six express bus lines, and 10 airport shuttle bus services, as well as the subway (Line 3). You can also take buses from Baiyun International to other cities across the Guangdong province. Once you get into town, there are numerous long-distance bus services and three railway stations to help you get around.
A vacation to Guangzhou is likely to be about shopping -- for everything from clothes and electronics to tea, toys, and herbs -- and eating. In fact, Guangzhou has more restaurants per capita than anywhere else in China. The birthplace of Cantonese cuisine, it's the best place to immerse yourself in authentic sweet and sour pork, dim sum, and won ton soup. When city life is too much, head for one of the peaceful surrounding villages, some dating back to 960AD. Or go birdwatching in Nansha Wetland, a haven for migrant birds from as far away as Serbia. In town, visit temples, cathedrals, mosques, markets, and the Pearl River -- perfect for an evening cruise.
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