Join #glamgirlsluxtravels on this short 6 night tour to live in Kyoto, ‘like a local’ 06 – 12 June 2022
Kyoto is considered the cultural capital of Japan and a major tourist destination. It is home to numerous Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, palaces and gardens, many of which are listed collectively by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Prominent landmarks include the Kyoto Imperial Palace – Nijo Castle, the Shogun’s castle – Kinkakuji Temple, the Golden Pavilion – Ryoanji Temple, famed for its Zen garden – Ginkakuji, the silver pavilion – The Philosopher’s path, where you can lose yourself in deep thought while strolling through cherry trees. Then there’s – Fushimi Inari Taisha, famed for the thousand brilliant red torii gates and the famous Bamboo Gardens, oh so much to discover in Kyoto.
and then there’s the food.. glorious food.. sushi, tempura, kobe beef, and sake.. sushi, tempura, soba, udon, ramen, unagi and okonomiyaki.. did I mention tempura and sushi?
This glorious 6 night short trip to Kyoto WILL tick all boxes.. 6 – 12 June 2020 – our accommodation is dynamic – new and wow!
This tour has amazing additions, each day will be spent discovering Kyoto, and its many hidden secrets.
For further info, please be in touch to get our flyer/ booking form.
USD3783 twin share / $440 single supplement
(group sized x 10)
This includes all activities, accommodation in deluxe new Cross Hotel, welcome and farewell dinners, English speaking guide showing us their Kyoto, all transfers, (tour starts in Osaka and ends in Osaka – Kansai Airport) tips, all activities, and there are so many wonderful surprises.
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discover Kyoto with me…
A Trip for the Taste buds – and I’m not just talking eating, drinking.. all your senses will be touched.
Few cities of this size pack such a punch when it comes to their culinary cred, and at its heart is Nishiki Market (‘Kyoto’s kitchen’). Kyoto is crammed with everything from Michelin-starred restaurants, chic cocktail bars, cool cafes and sushi spots to food halls, izakaya (Japanese pub-eateries), craft-beer bars and old-school noodle joints. Splurge on the impossibly refined cuisine known as kaiseki while gazing over your private garden, taste the most delicate tempura in a traditional building, slurp down steaming bowls of ramen elbow-to-elbow with locals, then slip into a sugar coma from a towering matcha (powdered green tea) sundae.
Even as the modern city buzzes and shifts all around, a waft of burning incense, or the sight of a bright vermillion torii gate marking a shrine entrance, are regular reminders that Kyoto remains the spiritual heart of Japan.