When is the best time to fly to Wuhan?
Wuhan has a subtropical monsoon climate, and many visitors prefer to avoid times of high rainfall and high humidity. If weather is a consideration for you, then March and April, and September and October are the best seasons to visit this city in terms of climate. However, travel is likely to be more expensive during these times, so visiting in the slightly wetter periods can be best if you are looking to save money on flights. Summers in Wuhan tend to be very hot, so travel in August is definitely for heat-lovers only! If you want to see the city in full, colourful, festival mode then why not visit during the Chinese New Year celebrations?
Romantic parks, elegant museums, peaceful gardens, and delicious local cuisine make Wuhan a very desirable place to visit. One truly unique place to visit in this city is the Hubei Provincial Museum. This museum contains over 140, 000 ancient artefacts, most of which were unearthed from a tomb more than two and a half centuries old. The museum thus provides a fascinating glimpse into the ancient history of the region. Nature lovers should make sure to visit the Donghu National Park, which is a great place for a quiet stroll amid lush vegetation and shimmering lakes. Take a dragon boat ride through East Lake and enjoy the great views of the city that you can enjoy from the water. The Botanical Garden is a haven of tranquillity in the bustling city, and is a brilliant place to come when you have had a hard morning of retail therapy in the many excellent shops in Wuhan. There are plenty of majestic religious buildings in this part of China, too. One of the most popular architectural and religious attractions is the Guiyuan temple.