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There are stacks of amazing things you can do when you're in a new destination. So why not get your trip to Nagoya off to a cracking start by taking a look at some of our top tips? After all – out there starts here!
Do yourself a favor. Don't head home without taking a look at Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Jingu Shrine. You're bound to have an awesome time perusing these famous attractions.
You're going to find yourself surrounded by wonderful sights, like the Tokugawa Art Museum and the Nagoya City Science Museum. If you're longing to squeeze the most out of your visit, then consider visiting Port of Nagoya Aquarium and the Shirotori Garden.
You don't need to know your Van Goghs from your Matisses to roam the corridors of Nagoya City Art Museum. It boasts a diverse array of works that'll capture your interest and inspire your imagination. Travelers in this destination have an abundance of choice. Eager to take in a conference or event while you're visiting? Check the calendar at Nagoya Congress Center and find something that piques your interest. Still have some time on your hands? People have said, "Art, in itself, is an attempt to bring order out of chaos." Marvel at the profound works at Nagoya-Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and take a moment to picture the story behind each piece.
Going on a break is always so much more than just visiting a different place. It's all about the things you can do while you're there.
Your trip to Nagoya is about to get a whole lot more exciting. There are heaps of things to do, including:
For a more complete range of activities, check out the Nagoya things to do page.
Wind up your day of activities with a cozy bed and a snuggly pillow. Browse through the 81 properties in Nagoya on offer via Expedia and choose one for your luxury getaway or cheap vacation.
If you enjoy living the high life now and again, why not splash some cash and spoil yourself to a night at The Westin Nagoya Castle (3-19 Hinokuchi-cho) or the Hilton Nagoya (1-3-3 Sakae, Naka-ku)? If you'd rather spend your cash on things like action-packed adventures and wild evenings out, why not check out a few of our cheaper options? The Nagoya Travellers Hostel (4-8-10 Sakae Nakaku) and the Glocal Nagoya Backpackers Hostel (1-21-3, Noritake, Nakamura-ku) are a couple of recommended ones.
Nothing comes close to coming in to land at Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) after sitting down in a cramped cabin for hours. Once you've claimed your luggage from the carousel and stretched out those stiff limbs, you'll find yourself just 19 miles from Nagoya's main streets.
It was very close to bus and train station and was very convenient. With convenience store, restaurant nearby, everything was close by and really easy to find food. Property was clean. Only thing I wanted was the window to be able to open. Besides that it was good hotel to stay overall.
Good location, walking distance to transport hubs and shopping & dining areas. Front office staff speaks excellent English, helpful and professional. Room size is a bit small and storage is insufficient. I was put at the highest floor and have a good city view. Bath room and shower area is surprisingly ...
I loved their services. All staff are excellent. I will definitely stay again when I visit Nagoya.
Amazing views!! The food is excellent. And the rooms are exquisite. We had a lovely stay. They were very accommodating to us, as we were traveling with a baby. The building also has so many wonder shops and restaurants. It’s the perfect spot. We felt very fancy.
This hotel has lots of supporting facilities and is really value for money.