Cheap tickets to Shanghai

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Last minute flights to Shanghai

Departure Tue, 23 Jan Return Tue, 30 Jan
HKG Hong Kong
SHA Shanghai
return from 116€
Departure Sun, 28 Jan Return Sat, 03 Feb
SIN Singapore
PVG Shanghai
return from 264€
Departure Wed, 14 Feb Return Sun, 18 Feb
PEK Beijing
SHA Shanghai
return from 102€
Departure Tue, 23 Jan Return Tue, 30 Jan
MAD Madrid
PVG Shanghai
return from 393€
Popular flight routes to Shanghai
Madrid - Shanghai
return from 485€
Dublin - Shanghai
return from 421€
Bangkok - Shanghai
return from 244€
Amsterdam - Shanghai
return from 435€
Tel Aviv - Shanghai
return from 702€
Brussels - Shanghai
return from 409€

Shanghai holidays

Shanghai sights and attractions

Whether for business or pleasure, travelers flock to Shanghai, China to experience its historic treasures, booming financial centres, delicious cuisine and first-rate shopping. Energetic and diverse, Shanghai is a vibrant blend of old and new, with a fine assortment of attractions that can be discovered throughout the city. Colonial landmarks run alongside The Bund and ancient temples, and peaceful gardens sit amongst gleaming skyscrapers and buzzing commercial areas. The city also presents a dizzying array of culinary delights with food ranging from cheap street vendors all the way up to fine dining in five-star hotels.

What to do in Shanghai

Travelers arriving in Shanghai will encounter seemingly limitless panoply of sights and attractions. The city's two main sections flank the Huangpu River, with Puxi to the west (the city's older neighborhood), teeming with historic landmarks, shopping, restaurants and museums. To the east lies Pudong, where iconic sights such as the Oriental Pearl Tower, Jinmao Building and the Shanghai Financial centre can be explored.

Take a city break in Shanghai and you can:

  • Admire modernist and neo-classical architecture while you stroll alongside The Bund
  • Go to the top of the Oriental Pearl Tower and gaze at panoramic views of the city
  • Indulge in some retail therapy along Nanjing Road
  • Visit the People's Square, where you'll discover Shanghai City Hall, the Shanghai Museum, and the Grand Theater
  • Spend some time in the Longhua Temple, Shanghai's oldest and largest temple
  • Take some time out from the urban sprawl in the tranquil Yuyuan Garden
  • Sample Shanghai delicacies along the bustling Wujiang Road, the city's most popular snack street
  • Explore the quaint, tree-lined boulevards of the French Concession and browse eclectic shops and galleries
  • Visit the Jade Buddha Temple, home to the Sitting Buddha and the Recumbent Buddha, carved from white jade
  • Take a night cruise down the Huangpu River and enjoy the spectacle of the twinkling city skyline

Airports in Shanghai

Passengers flying to Shanghai may land at either Pudong International Airport or Hongqiao International Airport. Pudong handles both domestic and international flights to Shanghai, while Hongqiao handles mainly domestic flights. Hongqiao is located closer to the city centre.

  • Shanghai Pudong International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Shanghai including: Air China, Shanghai Airlines and China Eastern Airlines.


    Pudong International Airport is located approximately 19 miles from the city centre.


    There are a number of shuttle buses that link the airport to downtown Shanghai. Metro Line 2 runs between the airport and the city centre. Taxis can be picked up outside the terminal building.

  • Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer flights to Hongqiao International Airport including: Spring Airlines, All Nippon Airways and China Eastern Airlines.


    Hongqiao International Airport is located approximately 8 miles from the city centre.


    There are several buses that connect the airport with the city centre, as well as the metro lines 2 and 10. Taxis can be picked up outside the terminal building.

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