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first_img RelatedThe world’s most cultural cities (including a few surprises…)Looking to expand your horizons on an arts and culture-filled holiday? Look no further than this list of global capitals of culture – spanning relics of ancient civilisations, art from movements that changed the world, and the exciting leaders of today’s cultural and culinary renaissances. 1. Florence, Italy – fly from…5 of the most walkable cities in the worldForget confusing public transport and budget-busting taxis. The best way to experience a city like a local is on your own two feet. Not to mention it’s free, and eco-friendly too. We’ve picked five destinations where you can literally take exploring in your stride and suggested routes that join the…How to holiday in Japan on a budgetFancy experiencing the technology of tomorrow in Tokyo, or meeting traditional Geisha girls in Kyoto, but you think Japan is too expensive? Think again. Here are seven tips, plus a video, on how to travel in Japan and see the big sights on a budget. More Brits could be encouraged to book flights to Japan and travel to Kyoto thanks to the city’s growing reputation as a culinary hotspot.This is according to the Japan National Tourist Organisation, which commented after the publication of a new Michelin guide to Kyoto and Osaka this month.Kylie Clark, JNTO’s press manager, said that Kyoto visitors should not miss the city’s dining and cultural offerings, with one of the highlights being a night in a ryokan – a traditional inn – with a kaiseki dinner.”The two cities have already received quite a bit of press since becoming Michelin-starred cities, so the recognition alone of their restaurants being good enough to warrant a Michelin guide is sure to have already lured some foodie travellers to visit them,” she commented.Ms Clark went on to say that that Kyoto’s cuisine is a “template” upon which Japan’s culinary culture has grown from.Kyoto locals, who are known for their passionate approach towards food, have an expression called ‘kuidaore’, which translates as “to eat ’til you drop”.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img