Packages in Suzuka
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Suzuka Vacation Packages
Suzuka Vacation Packages
From Suzuka, Nara is roughly 40 miles west, while Kyōto is around 45 miles to the west.
Replenish your mind and soul in the peaceful atmosphere at the Kojinyama Kannon-ji Temple.
Sports lovers should see the Chunichi Dragons play. Nagoya Dome is in Nagoya, 30 miles northeast of Suzuka. The Chunichi Dragons are dear to the hearts of locals, since their team colors of blue and white are visible everywhere you look.
Take a trip to Yokkaichi to experience Nagashima Spa Land and Tado Taisha Shrine. It's 7 miles from Suzuka and is well worth the trip. Sakaemachi, another great option, is located 10 miles out of Suzuka. Have a look around town and stop by Tsukairaku Park and Sakakibara Onsen.
Head 20 miles west from Suzuka to end up in Koka. There's lots to see and do there, including G Park Shigaraki Golf Club, Fuji Studium Golf Club North Course and Kokano-sato Ninjutsumura. If you have time to spare, also visit Daichiji Temple and Mt. Watamuki.
The region has several land-based activities for those who are itching to get outside. Try mountain biking or hiking.
If it's sunny out, try a bit of cycling or bird watching.
If you love exchanging stories with other globetrotters, this region features a selection of specialized tours that might be up your alley. Some of the most popular choices are guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Exploring unknown regions often brings out the daredevil in jetsetters. If you are up for some thrills, try hot air ballooning.
Water activities are a much-loved activity here. Take the opportunity to go rafting or canoeing because this region has some perfect locations for it.
If you really want to gain a further understanding of Kinki, take your time to visit the cafés and restaurants. These are good spots to have a chat with locals and try out some popular dishes.
To discover the real essence of the region, sample local ingredients such as beef and noodles.
Of course, no vacation in this area is complete without ordering tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) or yudofu (tofu simmered with kelp).
Sample anpan (sweet roll) for a taste experience renowned in this area.
Take some time away from travel to take ten, unwind and tame your thirst with Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, a popular drink amongst the locals here.
Follow your meal with genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), an alcohol-free option that's popular locally.
Have a taste of junmaishu, a local spirit. It is a good way to complete your meal.
At the end of your stay in Suzuka, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Sayōnara." But take comfort from the fact that you'll be heading home with once-in-a-lifetime memories that you'll be able to enjoy for years to come.
When you're ready to head home, the Chubu Centrair International Airport is 13 miles east of Suzuka.
Accommodation in Suzuka
There isn't a massive selection of hotels in Suzuka, so it would be wise to investigate the latest listings and deals on Expedia's Suzuka hotels guide.