Nagasaki Holiday Package Deals
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Holidays in Nagasaki
Thinking about taking off to Nagasaki? Why wouldn't you! Put in your leave, tell your boss ta-ta and get ready for your next big adventure.
Of course, it's not just buildings and attractions that make a city special — there's also the people. Here, you'll find 410,000 of them.
It is situated 970 kilometres southwest of the nation's capital, Tokyo, and 11 kilometres southwest of Togitsu-cho.
Want to spend a bit of quality time with the little ones? Agiruno Oka and the Nagasaki City Sotome Museum of Child are sure to be a blast.
Lean your forehead on the glass and watch the different underwater creatures go about their business at Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium.
Learn a few things about the area's native flora while you vibe on the beautiful garden beds at the Nagasaki Subtropical Botanical Garden.
Take some time out from all that sightseeing and flop down on the grass at the Glover Garden and Peace Park. There's also lots of fun to be had at Koyagi Park and Motomiya Park.
You probably know about its best shopping centres or squares, but don't forget that Nagasaki has some pleasant nature reserves too. Hashima Island and Mount Inasa are two names to keep in mind. For some more downtime, make your way to Mount Gongen and Nagasaki Prefectural Forest Park.
The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and the Nyoko-do Hermitage both have a number of captivating objects and exhibits. Ask the welcoming staff about guided tours or walk the serene halls on your own. The Nagasaki Traditional Performing Arts Museum and the Shusaku Endo Literary Museum are also top choices for museum enthusiasts.
The curious scientific gizmos and gadgets on exhibition at the Nagasaki Science Museum could keep you entertained for days on end. To get stuck straight into the good stuff, you might like to see if there are any upcoming guided tours.
When it comes to exhibitions, art buffs are in luck. The Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum is just the beginning. Later on, get lost among the colourful canvases and other fascinating works at the Suka Gogodo Art Museum and the Noguchi Taro Fine Arts Museum.
Calling all history fans! You'll love learning about the rich and captivating past of the area at the Twenty-Six Martyrs Museum and Monument and the Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture. The Siebold Memorial Museum and the Dejima Museum are also worth an excursion for a better understanding of the past.
Nagasaki is home to many intriguing historic attractions. Why not begin exploring the city's past at the Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and the Atomic Bomb Hypocentre Park? If that's not enough to satisfy the history fanatic in you, extend your sightseeing to Former British Consulate and Inasa International Cemetery.
Do you want to see Nagasaki from another vantage point? Plan an outing to Megane Bridge and Meganebashi Brigde, two age-old structures that have stretched across Nagasaki's waters for generations.
Whether you're spiritual or not, holy places like Confucius Shrine and Oura Church are sure to be among the most peaceful sights you'll experience on your travels. Would you like an even deeper look into Nagasaki's spiritual identity? Continue on to the Sofuku-ji and Urakami Cathedral.
Don't pull out your return ticket home just yet, Nagasaki still has a few surprises in store! Have you visited Dutch Slope and the Nagasaki City Library yet? There's also plenty to keep you occupied at Teramachi and Megami Bridge.
Hotels in Nagasaki
Book your Nagasaki hotel now and you'll have more time to organise your amazing new adventures! There are more than 27 accommodations featured on lastminute.com.au.
If you'd rather spend money on experiences than on accommodations, the Hostel Casa Noda and the Casa Blanca Guesthouse - Hostel are a couple of places you should check out. There's also the Hotel New Nagasaki and the Hotel Nagasaki, BW Premier Collection. These high-end hotels are for those who'd like to live like royalty while they're here.
Top hotels for your Nagasaki holiday
Hotel Forza Nagasaki
APA Hotel Nagasaki-Ekimae
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on lastminute.com.au from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, 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.