A s the locals say, years in Chongqing are marked by unstable temperatures in the spring morning, tediously hot and dry summers, continuous rainy days in chilly autumns, and foggy, snowless winters. Chongqing is one of the cities with shortest sunshine duration. Rainfalls in Chongqing concentrate in summer and autumn and usually penetrate through the night, which makes Chongqing most romantic for its night rains. The city remains foggy in late autumn and early spring. Comparatively speaking, spring and autumn are both mild seasons for ideal traveling. The Dazu Stone Carvings, the Simianshan Mountain, the Jinfoshan Mountain, the Xiannvshan Mountain, the Jinyunshan Mountain, the Fengdu County, and the Wujiang River Landscape are all must-see sights for tourists. Though summer in Chongqing is usually hot, it is less foggy compared with other seasons, which makes night tours extraordinarily enjoyable. Besides that, the other two features of the city are hotpot and gorgeous young ladies. Dining hotpot with young and charming ladies in a romantic night contribute to the idealist traveling experience one can think of. The Nanshan Mountain, the Eling Park, the Chaotianmen Square, the Monument of Liberation, The Nanbin Road, and the Shapingba District are all recommended spots. Winter in Chongqing is gloomy, cold and damp with occasional sunshine. Travelers from the northern part of China may find it hard to adjust to local climate. Under such circumstances, travelers are suggested to tour around indoor exhibition centers and ancient suburban towns first. Hot spring bath is also highly recommended. The Geleshan Mountain Martyr’s Cemetery, the Great Hall of the People, The Three Gorges Museum, the Ancient Town of Gongtan, the Ancient Town of Ciqikou, and the Tianci Hot Spring Resort are all recommended spots.