Are you looking for a downloadable Beijing Subway Map for Tourists? Whether you want to download a version for your mobile device or you want a printable Beijing metro map to carry with you on your journey, you’ll find everything you need right here.
If you’ve ever seen the traffic in China’s capital, you know that taking the Beijing subway is pretty much the fastest way to get around the city.
As you’ll see in the Beijing subway map, the capital metro covers a good portion of the city, giving you access to all the best places to visit in Beijing. They run on time and – for the most part – they are clean and comfortable.
The problem is that the Beijing Metro can sometimes be confusing, particularly for first time travelers to China. That’s where this free downloadable Beijing subway map will come in handy.
You can also download a free copy of the Shanghai subway map for tourists here.
Free Beijing Subway Map for Tourists
If your plans to travel to China include a visit to China’s capital city in 2023, there’s a lot of value in this free downloadable Beijing subway Map.
Unlike other similar resources online, this map will give you:
- The name of each Beijing metro stop in English, Chinese & Pinyin.
- A list of the most popular tourist destinations in Beijing and the nearest metro stop(s) that you’ll want to navigate to (written in both English and in Chinese characters)
And did I already mention…
Click the button below and I’ll send along the PDF version of the Beijing metro map for you to download and keep on whatever device is most convenient.
Or you could just print it off and have it with you while you travel.
In addition to sending you the free Beijing metro map, you’ll also have the opportunity to join my free China travel email course that walks you through everything you need to know before you step foot on that China-bound plane.
I’m not a travel agency (learn about who I am) and I’m not trying to sell you any particular tour. My goal is to provide the best, most up-to-date China travel information on the internet.
I remember what it was like traveling to China for the first time more than a decade ago – it was intimidating!
Hopefully resources like this map or even the best-selling Travel to China | Everything You Need to Know Before You Go will provide you with what I wish I had known before first landing in China.
Again, if you want a copy of my free downloadable Beijing subway map for tourists, click the button below. I think you’ll find both the map and the written guide to be helpful!
Safe travels and enjoy your time in Beijing! Make sure you grab a copy of a great Beijing travel guide book before you go!
John Gostt says
Always enjoy reading your bulletins and travel tips about China. I have visited a number of times since 1991. Can you produce a similar map of the city of Chengdu ?
When I married for the second time in 2011 my wife came from Chengdu. Like my home
city of Melbourne, chengdu is a very livable city with good infrastructure and preserved culture and historic sites. Maps in English and PinYin can be hard to find !
Josh Summers says
I’ll see what I can do, John!
tHOMAS wONG says
xe.com seems to no longer Do any electronic transfer of money out from China.
Josh Summers says
That’s right. The fact is that most transfers OUT of China are very limited. China is trying to control the flow of money and services like XE, Transferwise and others are limited with what they can do thanks to government regulation.