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Business class flights to Harbin

starts from £
1760.20
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About Business class flights to Harbin

Holy Sophia

Also referred as “Ice City”, Harbin located in north-eastern China is highly admired for its easygoing character. Its Ice and snow festival held every year attract local as well as foreign travellers. Its large river coasts, impressive historical district and myriad fun activities draw a large number of visitors who come here boarding business class flights to Harbin. The city’s architecture is a mix of different architectural styles that make it more interesting. Temples, old churches and synagogues exists in harmony to give it a multicultural character. As a destination it appeals those who want a fulfilling vacation without much crowd.

Useful Information

  • In general, the Best time to visit Harbin is from December to February.
  • Taxis are inexpensive but travellers should ask them to run the meter.
  • The city is considered safe however possibility of petty crimes can’t be ruled out.

Harbin airport has several domestic as well as international flights that make tourist’s arrival to the city very easy. On arrival there are several hotels and restaurants to provide them with quality stay. There are metered taxis to make travellers movement around the city easy. The tourists should start their trip with a visit to Russian Buildings which is situated in Harbin's old quarter. The building is well known for its impressive Russian architecture. St. Sophia which is the prime architectural attraction of the city should also be part of your itinerary. Zhongyang Dajie where cars are barred from entry was a bustling business hub at the beginning of the 20th century. While walking the cobbled streets here you will come across the several architectural styles that include Baroque and Byzantine. Flood Control Monument which was built to commemorate the several floods of the Songhua River is also a major tourist attraction the city has on offer. Riverbank Park at banks of Songhua River with tree lined paths is also an important walkway. St. Sophia Cathedral one of the major orthodox churches the city also attracts a large number of visitors. Harbin Jewish New, Unit 731 Museum, Tiger Park, Zhaolin Park and Old Quarter are other major attractions.

Harbin Flights

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