gemap
gemap
almost 2 years ago
2 responses

Hi there!
What do you think about my itinerary:

May
3: Narita - Tokio
4: Tokio
5: Tokio - Kamakura
6: Tokio - Nikko
7: Tokio - Kioto
8: Kioto
9: Kioto - Nara
10: Kioto - Osaka
11: Kioto - Tokio
12: Tokio
13: Tokio
14: Tokio - Narita

Thanks in advance!!!!

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Daniel-san
12223 posts
over 1 year ago
Expert button 2

Hi there,

Your itinerary looks perfect for a 7 day JR Pass! I advise using one from day 5 to day 11. This way you can cover all important routes and make great savings compared to purchasing normal ticket.

The cost of a 7 day JR Pass is roughly the same as a normal return ticket Tokyo - Kyoto/Osaka, basically after that any additional travel is FREE :)

You could also buy a discounted Narita Express return ticket for travel into Tokyo.

Hope this helps,
Daniel

gemap
gemap
2 posts
over 1 year ago

Thank you. A last question:
I read about a free ride from Narita to Tokio if I buy the JRpass. It´s true?

Thanks a lot!!!

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Daniel-san
12223 posts
over 1 year ago
Expert button 2

The JR Pass covers the trip into Tokyo. That is of course only within the selected validity period.


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