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Known by most people for being bombed after Hiroshima at the end of WWII, Nagasaki is a city of great historical interest. Nagasaki tourism is built primarily on this legacy, and the Urakami bomb site, the A-bomb Museum and the Hypocentre Park are all sights which remind visitors of Nagasaki’s tragic history.

Nagasaki travel does not entirely revolve around these memories however, as the majestic Mount Inasa can testify. Views from this peak at night are incredible and viewpoints can be reached by bus, car or ropeway. The 17th century Meganebashi Bridge is the city’s most beautiful stone bridge over the Nakajima River and is still in use today. The city is relatively easy to navigate, but a Nagasaki map will help you to find your way. The Kofuku-ji, Sofuku-ji and Fukusai-ji temples are other popular diversions.

As with most destinations in Japan, Nagasaki accommodation is wide and varied, ranging from world class hotels to budget hostels. Nagasaki hotels include internationally recognised hotels such as Best Western and Holiday Inn as well as smaller, more personable boutique style hotels. A number of three and four-star hotels and budget accommodations are clustered around the area of Huis Ten Bosch.

The Ana Hotel Jr Huis Ten Bosch is one of the best high end hotels in the city, with its three restaurants oozing with old fashioned charm. The hotel features tennis courts and views of winding brick streets that are reminiscent of the city’s pastimes. The nearby luxurious Europe Hotel offers ultimate comfort and features a fitness centre, swimming pool, sauna and steam room.

The excellently located Hotel Nikko Huis Ten Bosch offers low-cost comfortable rooms in a well maintained and clean building, while the Sunroute Hotel offers mid-range options with air conditioning and televisions in guest rooms. Both of these hotels make for convenient lodgings when in Nagasaki.  

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