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There are heaps of amazing things you can do when you visit a new destination. So why not get your trip to Hiroshima off to a great start by taking a look at some of our suggestions? After all – out there starts here!
Hiroshima Castle and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park are part of the thriving heart of this place. Much loved by both travelers and locals alike, these famous attractions should be non-negotiable fixtures of your vacation schedule.
Home to tourist attractions like the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Hiroshima Museum of Art, there will never be a boring moment in this animated city. After you've finished having a look at those, push on to the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Bell of Peace.
Nothing compares to viewing top-notch art when your soul needs to be nourished. As you gaze at the fabulous works at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, see if you can find the deeper meaning. Travelers in this destination have heaps of options. Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims offers a safe space to pause and reflect. Learn about the meaning of this memorial and discover when, how and why it was created. Still have some time on your hands? Whether you're an eager green thumb or you're just fond of playing around in the soil, you can't do better than Shukkeien for some horticultural inspiration. This private sanctuary is alive with breathtaking blooms and unique ideas.
Travel is always so much more than just seeing new places. It's all about the things you can do while you're there.
This place has a range of things to do. Here are some suggestions to jump start your trip to Hiroshima:
Check out the Hiroshima things to do page for a full list of activities.
Expect a wide range of accommodations when you visit Hiroshima. With no less than 51 properties available, it won't be too difficult securing a cozy place to stay for your next luxury getaway or cheap vacation.
Hiroshima's higher-end options such as the Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel (12-1 Wakakusa-cho) and the Crowne Plaza ANA Hiroshima (7-20 Naka-machi Naka-ku) are sure to delight even the most discerning guests. If your vacation savings account isn't as robust as you'd have liked it to be, the Kasuga Ryokan (3-6-23 Ote-machi Naka-ku) and the Hiroshima Hana Hostel (1-15 Kojin-machi, Minami-ku) are a couple of low-priced options.
Hiroshima Castle is on the to-do list for almost every visitor to Hiroshima. If you'd prefer to stay within close reach of this renowned attraction, the RIHGA Royal Hotel Hiroshima and the Urbain Hiroshima Central are both fantastic choices.
Nearest Airports to Hiroshima
Pass security, board the aircraft, stow your baggage and get comfy! Your exciting trip to Hiroshima isn't far off now. When the wheels touch the tarmac at Hiroshima - Nishi Airport (HIW), you'll find yourself about 4 miles (6 km) from the heart of downtown.
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Our second APA hotel this trip. I accidentally booked a smoking room. It was pretty awful as we don't smoke and the whole floor smells. Staff were good about it and able to move us to a non-smoking room for all but 1 night of our stay. Really small rooms and nowhere to store baggage. The Sento in ...
Fancy hotel that have everything you need in order to have a good vacation but the room rate will not include most of the hotel services and facilities. The pool and gym entrance fee is completely outrageous. Outrageous daily parking fee. Large and comfortable rooms. Good breakfast.
Great location, wonderful breakfast. Room was small, but we spent very little time in it.
Very well connected, jr bus, tram , train station and places. Candeo has stylish tastes in how they arrange the rooms.They have a coin operated laundry and a spa. They have ecellent wifi but no free English tv, news was important as their was a typhoon close by.
Good location. A few convenient stores around the hotel. Not far from the main shopping area or Peace Park. Staff polite and friendly. Room was spacious but no view.
In Hiroshima for one night to see the museum. Convenient location at the train station, good value, beautiful lobby, clean and well equipped if small rooms (normal for Japan). Easily compares to say a Marriott of Sheraton or Westin property for fellow Starwood platinum readers.
Liked having a dining area downstairs and the location of the hotel. Very surprised to also get a pair of pyjamas.
Beautiful location, foyer clean and grand. Did not like the pillows, bed and bed covers (old andntkky flour) spoils the whole feel of the hotel: