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Perguntas frequentes sobre voos para Yantai

  • Quais são as recomendações de viagem para Yantai durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Restrições de entrada e alterações e cancelamentos de horários de voos são freqüentemente atualizados e sujeitos a alterações. Se você planeja viajar para Yantai, obtenha as informações mais atualizadas da companhia aérea com a qual você planeja fazer a reserva. Você também pode consultar COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions para mais informações.
  • Quais companhias aéreas oferecem alterações de datas, sem custo, para voos para esta cidade durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Não há companhias aéreas com voos para esta cidade que forneçam este serviço. Utilize estas informações apenas como referência e confirme com a companhia aérea antes de fazer a reserva.
  • Qual é a duração do voo até Yantai?

    • Aprox. 55 minutos para voar de Dalian a Yantai.
  • Como posso reservar passagens mais baratas?

    Você pode reservar voos mais baratos das seguintes maneiras:
    • Procure por bilhetes para uma cidade ou aeroporto próximos a Yantai.
    • Localize diferentes companhias aéreas que tenham voos para Yantai.
    • Procure datas de partida diferentes no mesmo mês.
    • Filtre por diferentes horários de partida no mesmo dia.
    • Verifique informações sobre descontos em vários sites de mídia social.
    • Explore ofertas e descontos em sites de companhias aéreas.
  • Qual é o mês mais popular para visitar Yantai?

    Compreender as estações de viagem de alta e baixa temporada a Yantai pode ajudá-lo a organizar seus planos de viagem de acordo. O mês mais popular para visitar Yantai é Fevereiro. O preço médio das passagens aéreas para Yantai em Fevereiro é de R$ 548.
  • Quando as passagens aéreas para Yantai são mais baratas?

    As passagens aéreas para Yantai são as mais baratas em Março comparadas a outros meses, o preço médio é de R$ 429.
  • What are some popular attractions in Yantai?

    Yantai has many attractions to offer: (23km from downtown) (23km from downtown) (9km from downtown) are the most popular attractions closest to downtown.
  • What are some popular hotels in Yantai?

Flights to Yantai (YNT)

Yantai is a port city located in Eastern China’s Shandong province and is one of the main ports in the region. It is covered by the Penglai Pavilion to the north, which is a clifftop pagoda that overlooks the Bohai Strait. The pagoda is centuries old and is one of the telling factors of the region. The eastern part of the city is connected to the mainland via Zhifu Island, which is where the Neolithic artifacts are present. The Changyu Wine Culture Museum offers deep insight into the wine production that is present in the region. The Fisherman’s Wharf is also home to plenty of bars and restaurants as well.

History of Yantai:

Yantai was inhabited by indigenous people until they were colonized by the Zhou and were later annexed by Qi in 567 BC. The Zhifu area didn’t have much but small unwalled villages of fishermen, till the 19th Century. After the Second Opium War, the Empire had to open many more treaty ports under the Treaty of Tianjin. The port found Zhifu as the main commercial area and a harbor was opened un May 1861. The city soon got its own customs house and a large number of foreign settlers, namely the British called the town, home. 

Soon, 16 other nations established their own consulates in the town and it was expanded with the help of proper streets and some well-built houses as well. There were even Catholic and Protestant churches constructed.

The main traders in the region were the Americans and British and principal imports included the likes of iron, opium, woolen and cotton goods. Exports included the likes of soybean oil, vegetables, vermicelli, and raw silk among others. The city was renamed Yantai in 1949 and was opened as an ice-free port in 1984. 

Once the People’s Republic of China was established, Yantai was given the status of a city, in 1950. The city has significant strategic importance to the defense of China and is one of its most important seats in the Eastern half of the country. Dalian as well, which is opposite the Bohai Sea are primary coastal guard points for the Chinese government. 

Fly into Yantai -

The Yantai Penglai Airport-YNT in the eastern part of China is the regional airport that sees flights from different parts of the country depart and board. The airport serves the city of Yantai and is around 43 kilometers from the city center. The airport was opened in 2015 and is relatively new. It is administered by Yantai and there are plenty of air carriers here including  Air China, Chengdu Airlines, Joy Air, Joong Air, Donghai Airlines, GX Airlines, and many more are present here.

There are different direct flights from Yantai to Tokyo, Beijing, Chengdu, Busan, and these cheap flights from Yantai can be all booked online. Some of the airports that correspond with Yantai include The Narita Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, and Gimhae International Airport, which are all well-connected.

There are taxis and buses that can be taken to the city center of Yantai which is around 23 kilometers away. You can pre-book a rental as well and they will carry you to your destination as required.

How to travel in Yantai:

As Yantai was one of China’s earliest trading ports, there is a long history of maritime transport. Within the city, there are plenty of travel options available as well. The Yantai Railway Station at 135, Beima Road has many high-speed and normal trains as well. They come from Shanghai, Beijing, Qingdao, Jinan, and many other cities. The Yantai South Railway Station is around 15 km and they, too, operate high-speed trains from different parts of the country. You’ll need a valid ID like a passport when you travel, however, so keep that in mind 

You can also travel by bus to Yantai, and there are over 50 bus routes available. It is convenient for you to get around. The No. 17 sightseeing bus allows you to travel the entire city and take in the different sightseeing attractions. There are generally three types of buses - mini, bug, and air-conditioned. They charge affordable rates and cover the entire length and breadth of the city. 

The taxis are divided into Ordinary and Standard. The Ordinary cabs include Corollas, Elantaras, Fukang, and Jettas. Citroen, Sonata, and more belong to the standard. They have varying prices and you will generally receive a rate card for the same. 

Where to sightsee in Yantai?

The Changyu Wine Culture Museum is one place you must visit if you’re in Yantai. Established back in 1992, this museum is located at Liuma Road and is the only wine museum that is specialized in China. It talks about the story of the Changyu Winery and also attracts a large number of people from both China and abroad.

You can sample some of the locally-sourced wine here and if you’re a wine connoisseur, you’ll notice the distinct flavor of the grapes here. 

What to eat in Yantai?

Yantai is the birthplace of Lu Cuisine, which is one of the famous regional styles of the country. You must try their local fare in order to truly know the culture of the city. 

There are plenty of dining options in Yantai. The Penglaichun hotel is one of the most popular stops for seafood, including oysters and others, caught within a few hours of cooking them.

The Shunshui Rengqing Restaurant offers customers some amazing local fare, along with a stunning view of the surrounding scenery to elevate the quality of the meal.

The Penglai Pagoda is one of the famous towers in the district and is also one of the Four Towers of China. It has literary pieces written about it and was one of the landing places of the Eight Immortals. It is also known for its incredible mirages, and the dividing line between the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea is clearly visible. The tourism area is protected by the China National Tourism Administration and it is one place you cannot miss if you’re visiting Yantai. 

Where to stay?

The areas near Qingnian and Tongshi offer some nice accommodation options if you're looking to stay near the city center. Anywhere near Shanhai Road is great too, as you can access the airport easily. If you're looking for affordable accommodation near the beach, try finding a place near Yantai University. 

Thus, your sojourn to Yantai looks to be a fulfilling and absolutely fun one. Book your tickets in advance in order to get the best rates. Order on and enjoy an absolutely fantastic Chinese expedition with your loved ones and more.