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11 September 2012
ViaJapan Holidays Sample Itinerary
Spend Seoul, Busan, Gyeongju, Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara
Depart London Heathrow Airport.
Arrive Seoul Incheon Airport.
Upon clearing immigration and customs, meet tour representative to receive train tickets and travel documents, plus instructions on the transfer to your hotel. Transfer to your hotel – free time at leisure. Accommodation in Seoul: Vabien II or similar
After breakfast, move to Seoul train station on your own (by taxi). You will have received your train ticket the day before; take a KTX train to Busan. Arrival Busan Train Station and move to your hotel on your own by taxi and check in – afternoon free at leisure. Our guide will call you at your room to check if everything is Accommodation in Busan: Busan Novotel or similar
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. Meet your guide, and visit Yongdusan park. Walk BKFT through Jagalchi fishery market, Korea's largest seafood market. Transfer to Gyeongju, the ancient capital of Silla Dynasty (BC57~AD935). Visit Bulguksa Temple, built during the most glorious period of the Dynasty. The temple is one of the most frequently mentioned and the best-known temple in Korea. Transfer to Seogulram Gotto - said to be one of the finest Buddhist shrines in the world. Both of Bulguksa Temple and Seogulram Grotto are on the list of UNESCO Visit Gyeongju National Museum, displaying the 23-ton Emille Bell cast in AD771 and thousands of priceless treasures. Finally transfer to Cheomseongdae known as the world's oldest astronomical observatory built during Silla Dynasty. Have a dinner on your own and transfer to your hotel. Accommodation in Gyeongju: Hyundai Hotel or similar
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, and have free time at leisure in the morning. In the BKFT afternoon take a train back to Seoul – the guide will advise you how to do so on day 4 Accommodation in Seoul: Vabien II or similar
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, and join a full day tour of Seoul. Drive by the Presidential Blue House, and assist to the Royal Guard Changing Ceremony. Visit the Gyeongbok Royal Palace. Explore Korea’s past at the National Folk Museum , then visit Jogye Buddhist Temple. Stop at the Amethyst & Ginseng center before lunch, to learn more about two of Korea’s most famous exports. In the afternoon vist the Korean Folk Village before returning to your hotel. Accommodation in Seoul: Vabien II or similar
After breakfast, you will be picked-up by a tour representative for transfer to Incheon Airport according to your flights schedule. Depart Seoul Incheon Airport.
Arrive at Tokyo Narita Airport.
On arrival at Narita Airport, met by our staff at the arrival lobby; they will assist you and help you board the correct Limousine Bus transfer to your hotel. Necessary travel documents such as tour itinerary, hotel & tour vouchers, train tickets will be handed by meeting service staff or pick-up service staff on the starting date of Accommodation in Tokyo: Hotel Grand Palace or similar
After breakfast, met by the tour guide at the lobby of your hotel and join Tokyo BKFT Morning Tour. Visit National Diet Building (drive by), Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace East Garden (or Imperial Palace Plaza, Double Bridge) and Ginza Shopping District by motorcoach. The tour disbands at Ginza. You will be informed how to get back to your hotel, and have free time at leisure. Accommodation in Tokyo: Hotel Grand Palace or similar
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. Met by the tour guide at the lobby of your hotel and BKFT join Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour. Leave Tokyo for Mt. Fuji and drive up to the 5th station LUNCH of Mt. Fuji. Lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, enjoy a double-wired gondola sightseeing, visit Owakudani Valley, and take a boat cruising on Lake Ashi. After the tour disbands, proceed to your hotel by taxi. Accommodation in Hakone: Palace Hotel Hakone or similar
Day 10 Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. You will be picked up by the driver at the lobby of your BKFT hotel and proceeded to JR Odawara Station. Leave Odawara for Kyoto by JR bullet train. On arrival at Kyoto Station, you will be met by our guide and escorted to Hotel Later on make your own way back to Kyoto station from your hotel. You will be met by the tour guide on the first floor of Kyoto station at 13:45 Transfer to Higashiyama area by public bus, and visit Kiyomizu Temple. Walk along the narrow slope with traditional houses and shops, called Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka to Kodaiji Temple. The tour will then visit Yasaka Shrine, well known as the central site for the Gion is one of the famous entertainment and geisha quarters with traditional restaurant The tour disbands in Gion area. The guide will show you how to return to your hotel. Accommodation in Kyoto: Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto
Day 11 Enjoy breakfast at your hotel then make your own way to Kyoto station. You will be BKFT met by the tour guide on the first floor of Kyoto station at 8:30. Take a ound trip by Kintetsu Express Train to Nara, the imperial capital of Japan in the 8th century. Walk to Todaiji Temple which has an enormous bronze Buddha image within its Daibutsuden Hall, one of the largest wooden structures in the world. Walk among the 1,100 or so tame deer roaming about the Nara Park. They are considered divine messengers. Visit Kofukuji Temple which was transferred from Kyoto in 710. It has a five-story pagoda, the second highest in Japan. The tour disbands at Kyoto station. Accommodation in Kyoto: Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto
Day 12 Transfer to Kansai International Airport by Airport Shuttle Van. Exact time of pick up will be notified to you on day 5. Depart Osaka Kansai International Airport.
Arrive London Heathrow Airport.
The following is not included in this tour: Local transport costs (for example, underground tickets or taxi fares) Additional services and personal expenses (for example, dry cleaning or phone calls in hotels) In Korea: Tipping for the guide and driver (US$10 per day/person will be recommended) All not mentioned in the above itinerary Please note –
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