Travel Destinations In Japan To Include In Your Itinerary

Planning to visit Japan soon? Here are some of the best travel destinations you can visit in the country:


Kyoto is considered a culturally rich city and most travellers spend weeks travelling the backstreets, old-craft shops, restaurants, ancient temples and gardens and enjoying the tour. The city offers day-trips that include Nara, Osaka, Uji, and more.


Travellers love to go to Kanazawa because of its Kenrokuen Garden, which is known to be one of the country’s Three Great Gardens. Close to Kenrokuen is Kanazawa Castle. You will also find the city’s historic teahouse and geisha district, Higashi Chaya-gai.

The city is also the home of D.T Suzuki Museum of Buddhist philosophy, Omicho Market, the Nagamachi Bukeyashiki samurai district, Myuryu-ji (the Ninja Temple) and the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art.


This city is perfect for art lovers. Naoshima is the home to a large collection of contemporary art galleries, museums and exhibits. Visit Benesse House to see their impressive collection of arts coming from Gerhard Richter, Hiroshi Sugimoto, SHinro Ohtake, David Hockney, Richard Long, and more.


Osaka is mostly famous for its great food and nightlife. While the city is unfortunately skipped by first-time travellers, but most repeat travellers love to visit Osaka again and again. Aside from having the famous Osaka Castle which is perfectly located in a peaceful urban park, Osaka’s Namba district is a food travellers’ paradise. Osaka is also the perfect location for an urban bicycle tour, great and famous hotels, shopping, and a tour to Osaka Aquarium.

Great Places To See When Visiting Paris

With so much to see and do in Paris, it is hard to place all the great destinations you can go to. To help you have a great vacation in the city, we have listed the crème de la crème to help you plan a great long weekend when you come and visit Paris.

Palais-Royal Gardens

Far from the normally busy streets you see in Paris, these serene gardens and beautiful boutiques are masterfully hidden behind the walls of a 17th-century palace. Also considered as one of the city’s best-kept secrets, the Palais-Royal is now home to antiquaries, designer boutiques, and world-class perfumers. Have a grand time enjoying lunch or teatime outdoors or splurge at the exquisite Grand Vefour restaurant, which is right in the garden. Once done, you can go straight to the Louvre or the Jardin des Tuileries.

Ile Saint-Louis

A perfect for travellers is going to the lively shopping and atmospheric streets of the Ile Saint-Louis. Have fun at the Parisian fare when at the Brasserie de l’Isle Saint-Louis, or taste their all-natural ice creams and sorbets at Bertillon.

Musee Picasso

Home to the world’s largest public collection of Picasso’s work, this immensely popular museum occupies almost 54,000 square feet in two buildings. The regal 17th-century Hotel Sale and a new building that is located at the back garden meant for temporary exhibitions.

Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame is the symbolic heart of Paris and France itself. Kings and queens exchanged their vows here, and even Napoleon was crowned in this Gothic cathedral. There is a lot to explore inside especially its famous windows and the great views of Paris.