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Holidays in Nagoya

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Nagoya Holidays

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Holidays in Nagoya

Around 2,200,000 people live in this part of Aichi.

To reach Nagoya from Tokyo, the nation's capital, you'd need to head 170 miles to the west. Another good point of reference is Togo-cho, which lies 8 miles to the east.

Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine are among the most loved sights here.

Everyone in the family is sure to have a blast at Taketoyo Cho Nature Park and Akashi Park. Are the kids still up for more? Keep the excitement going with a trip to Denpark and Toda River Kids Land.

Remarkable marine worlds await you at Port of Nagoya Aquarium and Minami Chita Beach Land. For even more fishy adventures, make your way to Hekinan Seaside Aquarium.

Take your children to the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden or the Higashiyama Park and watch their eyes fill with wonder! They'll be able to get close to some intriguing animals and learn about the importance of taking care of the environment while they're at it.

If you believe man and beer were made for each other, don't miss a visit to the Kirin Beer Park Nagoya. The brewers' loyalty to this heavenly, golden drop can be sampled in every glass.

This region takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are plenty of places where you can go and look at botanic species from both local and international habitats. A relaxed afternoon spent strolling through the magnificent gardens at the Shirotori Garden and Noritake Garden is not to be missed. For those who are more dedicated, the Jozan-en and the Nagoya Port Wildflower Garden Blue Bonnet also have some pleasing floral displays.

When you want a break from car horns and traffic lights, venture to an oasis of greenery like Hisaya-oodori Park or Meijo Park. Or, spend the day outdoors at Shirakawa Park or Tsurumai Park.

Want to find out about upcoming events, tours, local hotspots or kid-friendly outings? Tarui Tourist Information Centre and Nagoya Station Tourist Information Centre are excellent resources for any queries you may have about your visit.

If you're craving some quiet time, sit by the water's edge and appreciate the picturesque surroundings at Sori Pond.

Nagoya offers a multitude of natural reserves, such as Kokueikisosansen Park and Okazaki Chuo Sogo Park. For some more breathing space, make your way to Mt. Iimori and Fujiwaragatake.

If you're looking to discover something new or just escape a wet-weather day, the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology and the Tokugawa Art Museum should be on your itinerary. Ask about group tours or study the captivating displays at your own pace. Museum buffs should also pencil in visits to the Nagoya City Science Museum and the Toyota Automobile Museum.

Boat construction and navigation techniques have played a massive role in shaping many nations throughout the globe. To learn more about the seafaring past of the region, make your way to the Nagoya Maritime Museum.

The magnificent world of science never ceases to impress. Expand your mind with the latest and greatest in advances and achievements at the Handanra Science Museum and the Tsushima Kids Science Museum. For even more eye-opening exhibitions, add the Aichi Sewage Science Museum and the Chubu Electric Power Science Museum to your itinerary of discovery.

Improve your knowledge of the natural world with a trip to the Miharashidai Archaeological Museum. With so much information to absorb and so many exotic specimens to take a look at, you might need to spend the whole day there!

Whatever type of art you enjoy, you'll find it in Nagoya. Why not kick off your day of gallery going at the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art and the Nagoya City Art Museum? You should also check to see what exhibitions and events are on at the Nagoya-Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Sugimoto Art Museum.

Learn all about the influence that Nagoya's past figures and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Niimi Nankichi Memorial Museum and the Chita National Museum of History. The Sobuecho Local History Museum and the Ichinomiyashi Bisai Museum of History And Folklore are also worth a peek for an even deeper insight into days gone by.

Nagoya spoils you for choice when it comes to unique historic sites. Why not begin delving into the city's past at Okazaki Castle and Nagoya City Hall? If you've got the time, Anjo Castle Ruins and Hioki Shrine are two more must-visits.

If you've ever dreamt about living like royalty, a visit to Iwasaki Castle should be top of your itinerary. Equally as magical, Kiyosu Castle looks like it's leapt right out of a fantasy book.

No matter your faith, the Koshoji Temple and the Nittaiji Temple can help you reconnect with your spiritual side. The Toganji Temple and the Iwayaji Temple are also important pieces of the city's cultural identity.

It's much better to look back on your past and say, "I can't believe I did that," instead of, "I wish I did that." So, while you are here you shouldn't miss the chance to discover some of the less famous sights, such as the Nagoya Agricultural Centre and Higashi Park. Or, head to the Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall and Rokushosan.

^Savings based on all holiday package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.