Sightsee through Kansai’s most scenic areas, seeing iconic landmarks in Nara and Kyoto in one day, without the hassle of changing trains or getting lost. With pickup times in either Osaka or Kyoto, board a convenient tour bus to visit the 1000 vermilion gates of Fushimi-Inari Shrine, scenic Nara Park, beautiful Arashiyama, and more.
Visit Kyoto and Nara’s most famous sights in 1 day
See 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Todaiji Temple and Kasuga Taisha Shrine
Lunch (There are many restaurants in the area to choose from, including Halal and vegan)
Entrance fee to Todaiji temple 500yen
Entry/Admission - Todai-ji Temple
Departure & Return
1. 京都ＶＩＰラウンジ 2. VIP Villa Namba
Returns to original departure point
Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
Not wheelchair accessible
Please be on time. The tour bus will depart as scheduled.
Depending on traffic and road conditions, the time spent at each sightseeing spot may be shortened.
This tour will depart regardless of weather or traffic conditions, unless you are notified otherwise by the local operator. Trip Advisor / Viator and your local tour operator will not be responsible for itinerary changes due to unforeseen circumstances.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Apr 2019
We found several tours similar to this one but this was the most competitively priced. There was plenty of opportunity to walk around the various sites and our guide was quite flexible in what we did. The only downside is that we ran consistently late due to traffic and the late arrival of people at each of the stops. This resulted in only having 35 minutes at Nara, our final destination. Overall, we felt that this tour was a very good value.
The attractions we visited were nice, it was the tour guide named Ryan who messed up. It was my first time to be on a group tour everywhere in the world but it was my first time not to be given a sticker for easier group recognition, and to meet a guide not holding a flag or anything so he can easily be identified and found especially on crowded tourist spots. He didn't give much information about the place and just kept on saying we could go ahead if we knew the place already. He smelled cigarettes too everytime he boarded the bus.