Kyoto

Imperial Japan’s capital for many centuries, today’s Kyoto is a major city located on the Kansai plateau, in Honshu island. Though Kyoto does not have its airport – it is well connected to Kansai International and Itami domestic airports, with Shinkansen Bullet train and regular bus connectivity from Tokyo as well. The city is rich in its cultural heritage and is known for Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines and imperial palaces. The Golden Pavilion of Kinkaku-Ji which is a World Heritage Site, Nijo Castle, and Arashiyama hills are major tourist attractions in Kyoto. There are many picturesque gardens which bloom in full glory during the cherry blossoming season. Travellers can also experience Kaiseki – a traditional Japanese multi-course fine dining which is a speciality of Kyoto. The city offers traditional luxury Ryokans, or you can enjoy a stay in Machiya wood houses, while always having the luxury of choosing from world class hotels. The city has a lot more to explore – nature lovers can visit the Arashiyama hills, or you can try out Zen Meditation, or witness the bliss of blossoming Cherry trees. For those looking out for nightlife, drinks and clubs – must explore Central Kyoto around Kiyamachi, where many clubs and bars serve traditional sake. Kyoto and city of Uji are also famous for Matcha green tea. Your visit would be incomplete without a visit to Kyoto’s Gion district and be a guest of traditional Japanese female hostesses - the Geishas.


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3.21 k.m from the city centre

ibis Styles Kyoto Station is situated right in front of JR Kyoto Station, which is just a minute's walk away. The 215 room hotel features free WiFi in...

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