The history of Nagasaki is fascinating yet heartrending, a city very much alive and offering adventure nearby fascinating Nagasaki hotels, yet with the memorials of the atomic bombing victims during World War II. Today however, this memorable holiday destination offers not only historical significance, but also beauty beyond compare. Nagasaki lies on the tip of Japan's Kyushu Island and has served as an important harbour and fishing community for centuries.
The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum will give you an eye-opening account of the atrocities of war as you view the huge collection of exhibits and photos which illustrate the impact of this dark event. Stroll through the delightful, cherry tree-lined Glover Gardens, enjoy a breathtaking view of the harbour, and explore the nine historical colonial homes here. Nearby Nagasaki accommodation, visit the awesome Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium, where you can watch penguins hatch. Touch them and feed them, and then venture to other unique and wonderful sea creatures throughout the exhibits.
Take a walking tour of Nagasaki for such intriguing sights as the Spectacles Bridge, Japan's oldest stone bridge; the 17th century Sofukuji Temple, the city's oldest building; and the “26 Martyrs of Japan” memorial. Visit historical Chinatown to shop for souvenirs, and try Nagasaki dishes like champon or saraudon. Can't wait to reserve your Nagasaki accommodation? Find the perfect hotel for you with great member benefits by booking exclusively with HotelClub.
Fly to the airport in Fukuoka where you can board a highway coach for the trip to Nagasaki. Once in Nagasaki, use the public tram system or buses.
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