Packages in Miyama
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Miyama Vacation Packages
Miyama Vacation Packages
About 15 miles to the south of Miyama stands Kyōto.
Sports fans should make the trip to see the Kyoto Sanga FC take on their opponents. Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium is in Kyoto, 17 miles to the south of Miyama. On match days, follow the sea of purple and white to the stadium, and when the game is over, join fans in the nearby pubs for a few post-game beers.
While you're traveling in the area, make tracks to Nantan. It is about 12 miles away from Miyama, and is where you can see Ono Dam and Tsuten Lake Park. A journey to North Kyoto is another option worth considering. It is roughly 12 miles away and is home to the Daisen-in Temple and Zuihoin Garden.
To locate the Biwako Hall, the Enryakuji Temple and the Anyo-ji Temple, make tracks southeast from Miyama for 13 miles to Otsu. Izu Shrine and Kanda Shrine are some other places if you have extra time.
Head outdoors and make your own adventure. Try your hand at mountain biking or hiking.
This place offers a selection of outdoor leisure activities that allow travelers to unwind. Cycling and bird watching are just two of the options.
Want a unique experience? The guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours are highly recommended for this area.
If you have discovered everything in Kinki, you may want to try hot air ballooning so you can see this area in a whole new light.
The area around Miyama offers some fun outdoor options for visitors with an affinity for watersports. Rafting and canoeing are both fun choices here.
The cuisine here has its own special flavors, so be sure to try several of the local dishes.
Keep an eye out for beef and noodles, a couple of recognizable ingredients in the area.
Tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and yudofu (tofu simmered with kelp) are much-loved dishes to sample.
Anpan (sweet roll) is always the perfect way to top off your taste experience.
Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen is a favorite beer here. Find the nearest bar, find a table with your friends and give it a try!
If you're not much of a drinker, genmaicha (green tea with brown rice) is a popular local beverage you will love.
Make sure you try junmaishu, a popular local spirit.
When it is time to depart from this unique place, ensure that you say a hearty "Sayōnara."
Alas, vacations don't go on indefinitely, so when it comes time to return homeward, make your way toward the nearest airport. It's 50 miles to the southwest of Miyama.