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Nanjing weather varies from season to season. The best time to visit Nanjing falls between the spring and the autumn months. During spring, one gets to marvel at the blossoming plums. Such a mesmerizing sight makes the trip a award-winning experience. In autumn, the red leaves of the Xixiakou Scenic Area thrive to startle every tourist flocking into the city. The months of June and July are the rainy season. During summer, Nanjing is quite sizzling and often it is tagged as 'Furnace City'. Nanjing displays an enchanting atmosphere during the snowy months of December. Book your flights and hotels much in advance to get the best travel deal and save much.

Searching for cheap flights to Nanjing? We, at Crystal Travel have the best travel deal for you. Be it air tickets, hotel deals, car hire and holiday packages, we will help you to visit the 'Southern Capital' to China. It was once a prominent city and was the capital of several empires of China. The present city displays the remnants of the Ming Empire and many historical, religious and cultural sites. The highlights of the city comprises of the Purple Mountain, Confucius Temple, Qinhuai River, Mingxiaoling Mausoleum, Linggu Temple and many more.

Nanjing has innumerable sights and attractions that are both ancient and new. The city displays a variety of cultural and historical architecture. The Purple Mountain is the most famous and attractive attraction of Nanjing. It dominates the skyline of this amazing metropolis. Towards the east, the famous Linggu Temple is the talk of the town. It is known to be the most attractive Buddhist temple in the world. The Plum Garden is another place of interest where the annual plum festival is held. Both locals and tourists love gazing at the picturesque views from Mount Qixia as well as from Xuanwu Lake. Fishing and boating are some of the activities that draw people to this place. Few other renowned places are Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Qinhuai River, Presidential Palace and the Purple Mountain.

Eating is a pastime and an ongoing passion for the people of Nanjing. You can judge it by the number of the ever-flowing aroma, food stalls and restaurants in the city. The top Nanjing foods that you should sample are Tangbao dumplings, Shredded tofu in chicken broth, Duck garnished in Brine, Duck blood soup, Pan-fried beef dumpling, Sesame pancake, Pidu noodles, Tofu Jelly and seafood of course. Top restaurants in the city are Seleccion Espanola, MOTU, Nanjing DaPai Dang, Jimmy's Sports bar & Restaurant, Studio 21, Tennessee Traditions steakhouse & BBQ, Bei Li Ni NanXiuCun and several other award-winning places to eat. 

The key shopping places in the city of Nanjing comprises of the Xinjiekou area, Qinhuai River and Hunan Lu Road in the northern part and places such as Taiping Nanlu and Fuzimiao area towards the south. Being the central landmark of the city, the downtown district of Xinjiekou offers both the shopping experience and the business trading area for both locals and visitors. The place sizzles with branded stores, departmental stores and massive shopping malls. The Hunan Lu Street ranks as the second most famous street in Nanjing. If you walk towards Xinjiekou Crossing, you will find the famous Taiping Avenue that is home to several illustrious brands. The stores sell clothes, leather, cosmetics, watches and jewellery. Shopping fanatics can also satisfy their kind of taste with gigantic departmental stores such as Watson, Wal-Marts and Suning. The best buys are the traditional Satin, velvet, Yuhua Pebble and imitation carvings. 

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