From Frankfurt to Tibet there are many ways to travel, but also a lot of Tibet travel precautions to pay attention to.
For German tourists, there are many ways to get to Chinese cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. Several of which coincides with the departure cities of the train to Tibet. There are also direct flights from Munich and Frankfurt to Kathmandu, which is a great way to reach Tibet for those wishing to travel overland to Lhasa.
Flying to China
Flights from Germany to China are frequent and relatively good prices can be found through many comparison sites to get the best deal.
The average flight time is：
- Frankfurt or Munich to Beijing: Direct flight 9 hr and 10 min, one-stop-up to 20 hrs and 45 mins (WAW, KBP, CAI）
- Frankfurt or Munich to Shanghai: Direct flight 10 hrs and 35 min,one-stop-up to 29 hr and 55 min(DEL, SVO, HKG）
- Frankfurt or Munich to Guangzhou: Indirect flights only, one stop-14 hr to 30 hours (Hong Kong, Macau, Macau）
- Frankfurt or Munich to Chengdu: Direct flight 9 hr 50 min, one-stop-up to 20 hr 35 min (HKG, Peck River, AMS）
- Frankfurt or Munich to Hong Kong: Direct flight 11 hr 5 minutes, one stop-up to 27 hr 20 min (DEL, HEL, SVO）
Flight and Trains from Major cities in China to Tibet
When you arrive at your hotel in China, your Tibet travel card will be waiting for you at the reception and you will be ready to take a flight or train to Lhasa. In some extreme cases, our staff will personally come to the airport or train station to give you. To board a train and a flight both require a permit.