Packages in Kato
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Kato Vacation Packages
Kato Vacation Packages
Kato is 19 miles to the northwest of the city of Kobe.
If you're in search of a more laid-back approach to a day or afternoon, call on some of the local religious sites. Don't miss the Chokoji Temple and the Kiyomizudera Temple.
Lose yourself in the atmosphere at Home's Stadium Kobe, shared by the Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers and the Vissel Kobe. To catch a game, head southeast from Kato for 20 miles. If you're a diehard fan of rugby union, then this is the right place for you to be.
Dojiyama Park and the Kitaharima Ecomuseum, located in Nishiwaki, are well worth visiting. This nearby destination is approximately 6 miles away from Kato. Ono, yet another interesting place, is where you'll find Iwashiro Shrine and the Kodo Temple Ruins. This nearby destination is 6 miles away.
Organize some transportation and head out to Sasayama, a regional center approximately 16 miles to the northeast of Kato. The area boasts plenty of points of interest, including Ruri River Valley Natural Park, The Museum of Ceramic Art and Sasayama Castle. Anma Family Museum and Sasayama Municipal Museum of History are some of the other points of interest here that will keep you coming back.
Are you looking for something a bit more active? You might like to try mountain biking. There's also hiking if that's more up your alley.
The Kinki region provides visitors with an array of leisurely pastimes, including cycling and bird watching.
Learn all about the rich culture of this area by taking part in one of the local tours, including guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Try out hot air ballooning to glide over this area.
The area around Kato has plenty of outdoor options for active tourists who enjoy the water. Rafting and canoeing are just two of the popular choices here.
After you have spent the last of your yen and it's time to pack up and check out, don't forget to bid "Sayōnara" to Kato. You'll keep the great times you had close to your heart.
For those who plan on traveling by plane, take into account that the handiest airport is 25 miles to the southeast of Kato.
Accommodation in Kato
If you are arranging a hotel in Kato itself, you will find that the list of available options is not extensive.