Kasuga Vacation Packages
Fukuoka is firmly established on the tourist trail, which means getting around is a breeze. Make sure you give yourself some time to explore the numerous things to see and do the region has to offer. If you've enough time, head 3 miles (5 kilometers) to get to Dazaifu. Here you can spend an hour or two visiting the Kanzeonji Temple and Dazaifu Tenmangu.
Grab some transportation and head out to Fukuoka, a major city for the region, some 6 miles (10 kilometers) from Kasuga. This bigger city offers a number of points of interest, such as Hawks Town, Fukuoka Mitsukoshi Department Store and Maizuru Park. Fukuoka Kokusai Center, Hakata Riverain and Higashi Koen are also well-worth investigating while you are here.
Each place has its unique history and Fukuoka has its own fair share of stories to tell. The old towns in these parts are well worth visiting. Enjoy a little local culture with a little sunshine and fresh air at the region's ever-popular open-air museums, open-air markets and gardens.
Why not take the opportunity to relax and enjoy during fun activities such as picnicking or cycling. Both activities are popular with both visitors and locals alike. Take your own equipment or rent it on the spot, and make the most of the region's water sports. Scuba diving is an option. Another one is rafting.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, bid a fond Sayōnara (farewell) to the interesting people you've met and the special places you have seen.
Accommodation in Kasuga
Hakata is 3 miles (5 kilometers) from Kasuga, and this is listed as the closest place that has accredited hotels featured on Expedia's hotel booking platform. Two of the most comfortable options here are the With The Style Fukuoka and the Grand Hyatt Fukuoka If you're seeking something a bit cheaper, the Hotel Nikko Fukuoka or the ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka are also recommended.