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Reviews for 徒步旅行 in 京都

  • Doris Doris

    Cool Kyoto Walking Tour with the Last Samurai

    Cool Kyoto Walking Tour with the Last Samurai Joe英文非常好,我们是一个巨大的家庭团,5个家庭,里面还有婴儿和儿童,Joe的讲解很有意思,而且很幽默,他选择的点很有当地特色,如果自己去京都玩,是一定找不到这些地方的!!!我们很开心的造访了干鱼店“这种鱼是世界上最硬的鱼,可以用来杀人哟”、糖果店、当地蔬菜店等等,见到了一个真实的京都。
    只恨带着孩子精力有限,不然可以和Joe聊很多很多,感觉他身上还有很多历史和文化可以挖出来!下次去京都还会找他!

  • Chloe Chloe

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access Unfortunately it was raining on the day we visited, but the tour was informative and fun and it was a good visit overall. The castle was way better that we expected, and the guide helped us understand Japanese history. It was a pretty cool experience. I’d like to visit again in good weather!

  • Charlie Charlie

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access It was not too crowded and we enjoyed the whole tour, we felt that the castle reflected the rich history of Kyoto. Nijo-jo itself is impressive, and the gardens are also amazing. We particularly enjoyed the incredible “nightingale floors”. This place is a must-visit.

  • Carly Carly

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access Very good historical castle with lots of histories. The buildings and the grounds were very beautiful and a pleasure to walk though. If you are in the area, it’s well worth visiting this world heritage site. I felt very special to have exclusive access to an area that was not open to the public.

  • Andy Andy

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access A beautiful Japanese castle with a great atmosphere, traditional Japanese gardens and rooms. If we could take pictures inside, that would be even better! But still, Nijo-jo is a fabulous, must-see castle.