Kyoto, einst die kaiserliche Hauptstadt von Japan, ist mit dem weltberühmten Hochgeschwindigkeitszug Shinkansen in nur 2 1/4 Stunden zu erreichen. In Kyoto können Sie die herrlichen japanischen Gärten und die ...
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Bericht von: Gerald B , Österreich, Mai 2015
War ein toller Ausflug. Perfekt organisiert. Reiseleiter vor Ort war sehr kompetent. Das Manko bei diesen Ausflug war die Zusammensetzung. Wir besuchten nur Tempels in Kyoto. Im großen und ganzen kann man sagen, es war ein toller Ausflug.
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Bericht von: marcbal77 , Mai 2015 Englisch
Well worth it if you are able to find your way on your own and get around both Kyoto and Hiroshima on your own. One thing to note as well, the tickets they give you for the bullet train are good up to 7 days from the date on the ticket. So we did not necessarily have to leave at the designated time that was assigned on our ticket. And the bullet trains come to Tokyo station quite often, so we left when we felt like 2 of us got to Kyoto, checked in to our hotel, rented a bike and saw all the sites we wanted. Then in Hiroshima, we spent the time at the A-bomb site and went to the Itsukushima Shrine. We left the next day on the last bullet train back to Tokyo. It was great in terms of freedom and having everything ready for us to use, while going about our own plans one of us can read and speak Japanese.
Bericht von: Christine H , Mai 2015 Englisch
We were collected on time at the Toyko hotel lobby and taken to the bullet train station. The guide was helpful and gave full instruction for boarding and embarkation. At Kyoto we were collected by another guide on the platform and taken to the coach. The standard of Lunch venue was superb as was the buffet. Everything ran very smoothly in Kyoto and the tour guide very interesting. Overall a very enjoyable trip
Bericht von: Nig , Mai 2015 Englisch
This was an awesome trip and great way to see a fair bit of Japan in a short time. Coach trip out of Tokyo gave a glimpse of how big the city is. The trip to, and time spent at Mt Fuji was spectacular, apparently we were blessed with really clear weather so the mountain was majestic. Day 2 took as on a Tour of Kyoto and Nara, good history day. Day 3 was a free day to explore Kyoto. Only complaint is the lateness of arrival in Kyoto on the first night, it was too late and something we were not told about. Arrival back in Tokyo night 3 was also late, but at least we were warned about that. Overall a fantastic way to experience Japan in a short timeframe.
Bericht von: fourmurrays , April 2015 Englisch
Tour of Kyoto was exceptional. We were lucky enough to have the same tour guide for the morning and afternoon tours and he was very informative and was very organized. We were able to hear him even when there were competing tours right next to us. Lunch in Kyoto at The New Miyako Hotel was very good.
Bericht von: Nancy S , März 2015 Englisch
I was a little nervous about the train travel on my own, but Viator made sure the hand-offs went smoothly and I loved my experience of the bullet train and the guided tours of the Kyoto sites. Loved experiencing the temples. Great lunch included and the guide made sure my dietary needs were addressed.