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Touren von Tokio nach Kyoto

Von Viator, June 2015

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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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Berichte auf Deutsch

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.

Tour: Mit dem Shinkansen von Tokio nach Kyoto

Bericht von: Elisabeth D , März 2016

Es hat alles reibungslos geklappt. Die Unterlagen wurden ins Hotel geliefert. Die Zugfahrt und die Hotelübernachtungen waren gebucht. Beide Städte sind sehr sehenswert, allerdings hätte man für die vielen Sehenwürdigkeiten in der alten Kaiserstadt Kyoto mehr Zeit gebraucht. Nicht eine, sondern zwei Übernachtungen wären dort angebracht. Davon abgesehen war es eine sehr schöne Tour.

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Berichte in anderen Sprachen

Bericht von: Teresa T , Februar 2017 Englisch

Very helpful staff. Tour guide was knowledgeable. A lovely way to see Kyoto when you don't have a lot of time.

Tour: Mit dem Shinkansen von Tokio nach Kyoto

Bericht von: Sheepdoc , United States of America, Februar 2017 Englisch

This was an amazing tour. Apparently Mt Fuji is usually shrouded in clouds, but December is the time to go. All the stops were great. The tour company had English speaking guides meet you at every change of venue. We went for the more expensive hotel and it was right across the street from Kyoto's street markets.

Tour: Dreitägiger Ausflug ab Tokio: Fuji, Kyoto und Nara per Shinkansen

Bericht von: janelives25 , Januar 2017 Englisch

This was an excellent way to see a lot in a short space of time. The organisation was exceptional. At every stage of the journey we were met by Sunrise tour guides who made sure that we were well looked after.
The visit to Mount Fuji was wonderful. We were lucky to have such brilliant weather so we were able to catch glimpses of the mountain from just outside Tokyo. It was very busy when we arrived at the fifth station and very cold. The area was full of tourist shops but it was easy to turn your back on them and enjoy the beauty of the snow clad summit glistening in the sun.
Back down to ground level and we enjoyed a very good lunch of local food with a good vegetarian option too.
On to Lake Ashi. The boat trip was really hardly worth the effort but it took us to the cable car station and, again, it was very crowded. But we were moved to the front in order to get to the top to enjoy the views before the sunset. Mount Fuji, the lake and out to the Pacific ocean....beautiful.
There were just three of us continuing to Kyoto on the bullet train and the journey involved a change with just 4 minutes to make our connection. This could have been quite a challenge but the organisation was perfect. We were accompanied to the first train and given numbered seats. At the transfer station another guide was waiting for us as we arrived and she took us to the next train. At Kyoto we were met by yet another guide who took us to a taxi to take us to the hotel.
The hotel was lovely with a big, comfortable room and very well situated with a Starbucks next door and a 7-11 just across the road.
The next day consisted of two tours. The morning tour concentrated on the sights of Kyoto. A bit hectic but lots to see and a very informative guide.We had a buffet lunch with plenty of choices at a heritage centre. In the afternoon we headed out to Nara and the beautiful parks and temples with an excellent guide who showed us some different aspects and explained the history.
Another night in Kyoto and we had the next day to explore for ourselves. We really enjoyed the amazing street market selling anything and everything.
The return journey to Tokyo, also on the bullet train was equally stress free.
As first timers in Japan, this was an excellent trip and it has given us lots of ideas for a return visit and left us very impressed with the Japanese transport system.

Tour: Dreitägiger Ausflug ab Tokio: Fuji, Kyoto und Nara per Shinkansen

Bericht von: shereelan8 , Dezember 2016 Englisch

Excellent tour.
We went to Mt. Fuji on the first day, the sky was clouded at the beginning when we get to the 5th point. Couldn't see any of the Mt. Fuji even we were right next to it. Fortunately the sun came out and we had a wonderful view.
The tram ride up to Mt. Komagatake was the best part of the trip. We took many pictures.
The bullet train ride was well organized, there were tour guides at each stop to greet us and took us to the next train track.
Hotel is fine, we did not upgrade to the better one. It is in the middle of the town and have plenty of restaurants.
Kyoto and Nara trip was very nice. We came at the right time, the foliage was so pretty,
The scenery and the tour experience was the best, we enjoyed so much!!

Tour: Dreitägiger Ausflug ab Tokio: Fuji, Kyoto und Nara per Shinkansen

Bericht von: Baxy , Oktober 2016 Englisch

Brilliant trip, all very well arranged. Kyoto and Nara are very crowded tourist destinations so good to have planned visits. Some guides were better than others! Transfers all worked well. All things Japanese are very punctual and efficient.

Tour: Zwei- oder dreitägiger Ausflug von Tokio nach Kyoto und Nara mit dem Shinkansen