Recherches récentes
Effacer

Château d’Himeji, jardin de Koko-en et pont Akashi Kaikyo au départ de Kyoto

|
Kyoto, Japon

À partir de 183,00 $US

Garantie du prix le plus bas

Sélectionnez la date et les voyageurs

Nombre de voyageurs
Chargement des options disponibles…


9 heures (environ)
Billet mobile
Proposé en : Anglais

Vue d'ensemble

Partez de Kyoto en train pour une journée complète de marche à pied de Himeji dans la préfecture de Hyōgo, à partir de son attraction principale: l'exquis château de Himeji. Puis asseyez-vous pour un déjeuner japonais. Ensuite, dirigez-vous vers la promenade maritime Maiko, une passerelle longeant le pont Akashi Kaikyo du côté de Kobe, le plus long pont suspendu du monde. Voyagez avec votre guide en train et à pied pour une expérience approfondie de ces joyaux japonais.
  • Journée complète au château de Himeji et au pont Akashi Kaikyo à Maiko, à partir de Kyoto
  • Explorez les jardins du château de Himeji, classé au patrimoine mondial, avec un guide expert
  • Profitez d'un buffet de déjeuner avec des cuisines occidentale et japonaise
  • Admirez l'immense étendue du pont Akashi Kaikyo depuis la promenade maritime et l'observatoire de Maiko
  • Voyage aller-retour en train rapide JR entre Kyoto et les gares de Himeji et Maiko
Votre journée commence par une courte promenade de la gare de Kyoto, après avoir rencontré votre guide au New Miyako Hotel. Montez à bord du JR Shinkansen dans la section réservée et détendez-vous au cours du voyage pittoresque d'une heure à destination de Himeji.
Lorsque vous arrivez, votre guide vous conduit au château de Himeji, un site classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO qui attire plus de visiteurs que n'importe quel autre château au Japon. Ce complexe de cinq étages, remarquablement fortifié, présente à l'extérieur des éléments architecturaux rappelant un héron prenant son envol, donnant au château un autre nom: château de Shirasagi (château du héron blanc). Découvrez les éléments intérieurs et extérieurs de ce site magnifique avec votre guide, qui partage des détails fascinants sur le château du XIVe siècle et l'époque féodale au Japon.
Ensuite, profitez d'un buffet de déjeuner composé de plats japonais et occidentaux.
Après le déjeuner, prenez le train JR Special Service ou Rapid Service (siège non réservé) de Himeji à la gare de Maiko. De là, une promenade facile de cinq minutes vous amène au pont Akashi Kaikyo. Arrêtez-vous au Bridge Exhibition Centre pour en savoir plus sur le plus long pont suspendu au monde, qui s'étend sur 3 910 mètres (12 828 pieds) entre la ville de Kobé et l'île Awaji-shima. Découvrez ensuite la promenade maritime de Maiko, une passerelle d'observation située sous la chaussée et à 47 mètres au-dessus des eaux du détroit d'Akashi. Le passage couvert comporte quelques sections avec un sol en verre qui donne une vue sur la mer ci-dessous.
Votre visite à la gare de Kyoto lorsque vous revenez en train en début de soirée.

Photos de voyageurs

Avis

4,5
23 avis
5 Étoile
4 Étoile
3 Étoile
2 Étoile
1 Étoile
Avis de voyageurs Viator
Magnifique château tant à...
Laurie B
, juin 2017
Magnifique château tant à l'extérieur qu'à l'intérieur. Explication intéressante et pertinante de la guide. Très belle excursion car elle vous permet également d'aller voir une prouesse architecturale et civile du pont Akashi Kaikyo.
Real Amazing tour, traveling in...
Moiseshai
, nov. 2017
Real Amazing tour, traveling in trains and a lot of walking, but really interesting, the tour guide was helpful and saved some walking suggesting us to use a cab from the station to the castle, the bridge is very impressive
I don't really recommend this tour...
ileana
, août 2017
I don't really recommend this tour to anyone. The castle is quite far from Kyoto and Osaka, so it means a lot of time spent siting on a train as opposed to actually visiting sights. I expected to be taken on a bus, but we actually went on Shinkanzens and local JR trains. Since I had bought a JR pass I could have taken these same trains to visit the castle free of charge as opposed to paying for a ticket that was pricey because it included the train fares. The castle itself is more impressive on the outside than on the inside. Snapping a nice photo or two of its exterior will likely be the most worthwhile part of the tour. The inside of the castle is gloomy and empty. There is absolutely nothing to see as you climb up six stories on steep, ladder-like staircases, and then climb down. Aside from a small altar on the top floor, the castle is bare walls and bare wood floors. In the summer heat, it's also quite stuffy. When you leave the castle you head to lunch at a buffet style restaurant in a local hotel. I thought the food was quite mediocre, to be honest. After lunch you take a long JR local train ride to see the world's longest suspension bridge. I personally felt it was not worth it going so out of my way to see a bridge. You do go up in an elevator to this sort of caged-in tunnel under the bridge that lets you see the ocean below you. Again, not very interesting or impressive. After this you take a very long JR local train ride back to Kyoto or Osaka. One the way to the castle the bullet train makes the ride faster, but there are no bullet trains where the bridge is, so the slower JR trains are the only choice for going back to your starting point. Overall, by the time I got back to Kyoto at close to 6pm, I felt like I had lost a day of my trip. There are simply so many wonderful and interesting things to do in Kyoto that I did feel it a bit of a waste to travel so far to see an empty castle when Kyoto's imperial palace was actually nicer. The tour itself is not at fault for this. Our guide was very nice, friendly, and funny. Her English was pretty good, and she had a positive attitude throughout. The tour does make you walk quite a lot, so if you have any mobility problems, take that into account.
Very good and well preserved castle...
Bahri N
, juil. 2017
Very good and well preserved castle, worth visiting
Maiko dinner and tea ceremony is...
BRIGITTE C
, oct. 2016
Maiko dinner and tea ceremony is something that one should experience when in Kyoto
Our guide Sachiko was wonderful. She...
Karineh G
, oct. 2016
Our guide Sachiko was wonderful. She was really knowledgeable and made the long walk to top of the castle seem like a breeze! She really went above and beyond her duties to make everyone feel comfortable and enjoying the trip. All in all, an amazing place to see.
We had a great day at Himeji, made...
Cathy W
, sept. 2016
We had a great day at Himeji, made all the more special by our guide Tyco. She was very knowledgable, liked a laugh and interacted so well. Himeji castle is a magic place and a must see. Akashi bridge is nice but a filler really. I would just do Himeji castle.
Our guide for this tour was...
Constantin P
, mai 2016
Our guide for this tour was fabulous! She goes above and beyond for her group, she is very informative and she cared for her group. We had a small group which was great, but there is a lot of walking, so be prepared. The castle is gorgeous! The lunch was very delicious also! It was a great day! The bridge was also interesting.
The castle was insane and the tour...
Sacha S
, mai 2016
The castle was insane and the tour guide had extensive knowledge on the history of the castle as well as the importance of the town. Highly recommend as it was an overly impressive structure with great views and impressive locations. Would not have wanted to attack this place.
We were lucky enough to have a...
O Lam
, mars 2016
We were lucky enough to have a private tour with our guide Yuki as we were the only 2 on the day. Yuki was an information tour guide with superb english cracking jokes too. The buffet lunch was delicious and throughout the entire tour we did not feel rushed at all. We would highly recommend this tour for any first time visitors of Kyoto.

Vous avez des questions ?

Réservez en ligne ou appelez
33 1 70 38 74 44
33 1 70 38 74 44
Code produit : 2142KYO_K610

Parcourir les activités similaires