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Panoramic Nagasaki

Nagasaki, Japón

Panoramic Nagasaki


  • 5
    horas Duración estimada
  • Accesibilidad limitada

Get a spectacular panoramic view of the city from Inasayama Hill; visit Nagasaki Peace Park, dedicated to world peace; and Dejima, a former island and trading post during the Edo period.

Begin with a scenic drive to Inasayama lookout point, located on Inasayama hill, where you’ll get a spectacular panoramic view of the city. Your scenic drive continues to the Nagasaki Peace Park, dedicated to world peace. The park is 35,000 square meters in size and contains a large fountain and different statues and sculptures donated in the name of peace from various countries and artists around the world. You’ll also stop at the Uragami Cathedral, which was the largest cathedral in the East until it was destroyed by the atomic bomb blast.

Visit Dejima, once an artificial island in the port of Nagasaki. Today is not an island anymore, as the surrounding area has been reclaimed during the 20th century. Dejima played an important role in the development of culture, industry, and science in Japan by serving as a gateway to the West. A number of Dejima's historical structures have been restored to its 19th century state during the Edo period and are part of Dejima Historical Museum. Other exhibitions including the history of Dejima and Western learning and a miniature Dejima, provide visitors with a sense of everyday life on the island.

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Tours por la ciudad y panorámicos
Hitos históricos

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Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.
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