10  Things to do in Kyoto:


Explore the iconic Zen Buddhist temple covered in gold leaf, set amidst beautiful gardens.


Visit Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion): 

Walk through the famous red torii gates that lead to the Fushimi Inari Shrine, dedicated to the Shinto god of rice.


Fushimi Inari Shrine: 

Take a stroll through the enchanting bamboo groves of Arashiyama, a district known for its natural beauty.


Arashiyama Bamboo Grove: 

Visit the wooden terrace of Kiyomizu-dera for panoramic views of Kyoto and the cherry blossoms in spring.


Kiyomizu-dera Temple:

Experience the historic Gion district, known for its traditional wooden machiya houses and being the center of the geisha culture.


Gion District: 

Explore Nijo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its "nightingale floors" that chirp when walked upon.


Nijo Castle: 

Walk along the Philosopher's Path, a picturesque canal-side path lined with hundreds of cherry trees, particularly beautiful during the cherry blossom season.


Philosopher's Path: 

Visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace, once the residence of the Imperial family, surrounded by beautiful gardens and traditional architecture.


Kyoto Imperial Palace: 

Contemplate the simplicity and beauty of the rock garden at Ryoan-ji, a Zen temple known for its minimalist design.


Ryoan-ji Temple: 

Experience the vibrant Nishiki Market, a narrow shopping street lined with various food stalls, fresh produce, and traditional Kyoto snacks.


Nishiki Market: 

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