QLIMO HANGZHOU AIRPORT LIMO SERVICES
Book our Limousine-Service in Hangzhou
China is known in the world for its large workforce and heaps of natural resources. With leading technology and occupying the noteworthy location in the Earth, China is a must place to visit. Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang Province. It is the economic, political, and cultural center of China. Situated at the southern end of the Grand Canal, the city is located on the lower ranges of the Qiantang River in southeast China, which is a unique position in the Yangtze Delta and just 180 km from Shanghai.
Xiaoshan International Airport (IATA: HGH), is the primary and single global air terminal serving the Chinese city of Hangzhou. It is the tenth busiest air terminal in China regarding travelers and furthermore considered as a garden air terminal given the green environment, particular the blossom gardens existing inside the airplane terminal offices.
The subtropical storm atmosphere of Hangzhou adds to the varied occasional views, making Hangzhou a standout amongst China’s most famous travel destinations all year. You have made the best decision for traveling Hangzhou, however, if you have not booked a tour and travelling service in advance, certainly the best choice can turn into a worst one.
Getting a travelling service suiting your need is way difficult, as it most of the services don’t offer complete package, either they are cab service or just a usual tour service focusing on hundreds of tourists at a time. Qlimo offers you services, that are personalized with the needs of each customer, hence, when you travel with us you have your complete privacy. With Qlimo airport transfer, guided tour and limousine services, you can be assured for your trip in Hangzhou. With a pre-booked service and well-mannered chauffer, your travel experience at Hangzhou will be the best one.
QLimo Global Office
Phone: +49 30 403 6490 00
Opening Hours: 00:00 – 23:59
Management: Dominik Grafmüller, Franz Kraus, Robert Dix
Head of Reservations:
Sebastian Gottschalk, Melanie Naujoks