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Qingdao Port Cruise Terminal is located at Xinjiang Road. Its construction started in April, 1975, and finished in December, 1976. It covers an area of 8,000 square meters and can accommodate 2,000 passengers at the same time.
There are international ferries to Inchon in North Korea and Japan.
Ferries from Qingdao to North Korea: Depart at around 16:00 on every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and the journey takes around 18 hours.
Ferries from Qingdao to Japan: Depart at around 16:00 on every Monday and Thursday and the journey takes around 36 hours.
Location:No.6 Xinjiang Road, North District, Qingdao.青岛市北区新疆路6号
Qingdao Liuting International Airport is about 31 kilometers from Qingdao Port Cruise Terminal. It takes about 40 minutes and costs around 70 yuan by taxi. Or you can walk about 110 m to Haiyuan Station, take Tunnel No.8 or Tunnel No.4 to Sifang Long Distance Station, walk to Sifang Hotel Station, take bus 702 to the airport. The whole trip takes about one hour and 50 minutes.
Qingdao Railway Stationis about 3 kilometers from Qingdao Port Cruise Terminal . It takes about 7 minutes and costs around 11 yuan by taxi. You can take bus 303 or bus 217 to Haiyuan Station, then walk about 20 m to the port. The whole trip takes about half an hour.
Qingdao Long-distance Bus Station is about 6 kilometers from Qingdao Port Cruise Terminal. It takes about 10 minutes and costs about 14 yuan by taxi.
Qingdao international cruise home port is a new port in Qingdao, located in the North District of Qingdao, in eastern China's Shangdong province. The major part of the port passed quality acceptance on March 31, 2013. It is located at the sixth wharf of Qingdao's port, covering an area of 35 hectares, and having three berths for cruise ships. The total length of these three berths is up to 1,000meters. The water depth in this port is about 13.5 meters. The world's biggest cruise liners, Oasis of the Seas, can now sail in and out of Qingdao.
The cruise home port is still under construction, and it is expected to be put into operation in 2015.
Qingdao International Cruise Home Port is expected to be built into a major hub for cruise ships in northeast Asia and a marine travel center for finance, business, trade, cultural leisure, and tourism.
There is no direct transportation between the port and other cities, except for the domestic ferries to Dalian and Weihai from Qingdao Port Cruise Terminal. The best way to go from these ports to other cities is to book a private transfer service in advance. Contact us and let us help you get where you want to go.