Nanjing Flights GuideNanjing has a royal past being the capital of several Chinese Imperial Dynasties. Visit the Nanjing Confucius Temple from the Song Dynasty before taking some time to explore Purple Mountain. At it's foot you'll find the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. The Librairie Avant Garde has been called the most beautiful bookstore in China and the Nanjing Massacre Memorial gives you the chance to pay tribute to past citizens.
Shanghai is accessible by car in over 3 hours but bullet-trains from Nanjing are available to get you there quicker. Bullet-trains are also available to Beijing and Changzhou while busses are accessible to Hefei. There are daily flights available to Hong Kong that will get you to the south in just over 2 hours.
Expect a lot of rainfall from Nanjing's humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot with temperatures rising to 32 degrees celsius with a rainy season in June and July. Winter brings cold weather dropping to -7 degrees celsius with occasional snow. The weather in Nanjing becomes milder and temperate in the spring and fall seasons making this the most ideal time for travel. Travelers can enjoy blossoming flowers in the spring and admire maple leaves in the fall. Avoid travelling during the beginning of May and the beginning of October as the city becomes extremely crowded with international and domestic tourists.
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