Hangzhou Flights GuideHangzhou is located on the Hangzhou Bay, and is known as the "Tea Capital". Try some of its famous Dragon Well Longjing Tea. Visit West Lake, for a boat ride or just for the view, and the Qiandao Lake. The Lingyin Temple dates back to the 4th century, and the Leifeng Pagoda is five stories high. Shanghai is just over two hours away by car, and Beijing is just over two hours by flight.
Hangzhou has four distinct seasons, with very cold weather in December through February, and very hot weather June through August. Tourists know this, which is why peak season is in the spring (March through May)... if you're okay with elevated prices, come during peak season! Or, brave some of the elements for lower prices.
Fly to Hangzhou from these popular routes with great prices.
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