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China is a fantastic combination of Eastern culture and tradition with Western convenience. It’s a country of exotic landscapes, foods and architecture that make it a completely immersive destination. Flights to China can be very long so consider making your journey more comfortable by upgrading to our Business Class seats. Relax and snooze in your lie-flat seat, enjoy a delicious meal and arrive in China rested and relaxed. Book with Air Europa on our official website today and get the best flight deals to this legendary land!
Top Destinations in China
Head to Shanghai (PVG), one of China’s largest cities. It has a futuristic landscape with towering skyscrapers, including the 632-metre-tall Shanghai Tower. The Bund is a waterside promenade running along the Huangpu River, featuring charming cafes and bars, historic buildings and beautiful views. If you’re looking for a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Yu Garden. This extensive Chinese garden stretches across more than 20,000 square metres. It consists of six scenic areas with plenty of interesting variety. Alternatively, why not expand your mind at the Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art? With eleven galleries and a whole host of fascinating collections on display, you’re sure to come away with a much deeper understanding of Chinese art and its history.
Beijing is a great example of China’s blend of three millennia of history and futuristic architecture. You can explore the Central Business District or head to some of the cultural sites. Key attractions include the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. Chengdu dates back to the 4th century BC so provides more insight into the country’s heritage. While in Chengdu, visit the famous Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
The weather on your visit to China will vary depending on where you are in the country. The northeast of the country has hot, dry summers and cold winters while central China has hot, rainy summers and cooler winters. The southeast of China has tropical summers with heavy rainfall and muggy days. Winter in the southeast is much milder than the rest of the country.
Enjoy using our onboard Wi-Fi on your China flights so you can stay connected while you make your journey. You can also take advantage of our personal entertainment systems. These are fully loaded with a wide range of films, TV programmes, podcasts, games and more! On our fleet of modern aircraft there is something to keep every passenger entertained.