Osaka, Japan

From USD722.00

Lowest Price Guarantee

Select Date and Travellers

Number of travellers
Loading available options...


clock-o2 days (Approx.)
ticket-oMobile ticket

Overview

Leave Osaka to see some of Honshu’s most hallowed and holy sites on a 2-day tour. First, ride by boat to Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima, and then visit the nearby Hiroshima Peace Memorial. The monument is UNESCO listed, and affords sights of the atom bomb’s aftermath through exhibitions at the museum. Check in to the Hotel Granvia Hiroshima, and then enjoy guided tours of Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and the Okayama Korakuen Garden the following day. Lunch on Day 2 is included, but all other meals are payable at your own expense.
  • 2-day tour of Miyajima, Kurashiki and Hiroshima from Osaka
  • Visit the ‘Sacred Island’ to see Itsukushima Shrine and stroll Okayama Korakuen Garden, both UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Ponder the effects of war at the UNESCO-listed Hiroshima Peace Memorial and Park
  • Gaze in awe at the skeletal remains of Genbaku Dome and view sobering exhibits at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  • Enjoy a walking tour around Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter along the Kurashiki River
  • See a private collection of Western paintings and sculpture at the Ohara Museum of Art
  • Includes all public transport plus overnight accommodations at the Hotel Granvia Hiroshima

Reviews

Viator Traveller's Reviews

5.0
1 review
5 Star
4 Star
3 Star
2 Star
1 Star
A
, Nov 2016

Hirosima started with a Nomozi no zones Bullet train ride at or around 200 mph after the 45 minute ride you stop is a waiting bus that brings you to a waiting ferry that brings you to Freedom Gate and the many shops and food vendors. After you get back on the same bus you go to peace park where the Atom totally destroyed the Japanesse Millitary Command centers and its people, then you visit The Museum of the Atom Bomb.


mobile_o
Having trouble booking online?
(888) 651-9785
Call (888) 651-9785
Product code: 2142OSA_S2_OSAKA

Explore Similar Things to Do