Kyoto Flights GuideKyoto's thousands of temples and shrines are a big attraction for visitors, but that isn't all the Japanese city has to offer. Kyoto is well known for its traditional festivals held annually for over a thousand years. Kyoto marks the Bon Festival by lighting fires to guide spirits home along with other festivals during the summer. The Jidai Matsuri, Festival of the Ages, occurs later in the year and celebrates Kyoto's illustrious past.
Osaka and Kobe are within less than two hours driving distance for visitors of Kyoto to see more of the beautiful country of Japan without going too far out of the way. One of the many high-speed rails in the country runs through Kyoto and can also take you to Osaka, Shiga and Nara.
High temperatures can reach up to an average of 29 degrees between July and August, but low temperatures can dip down to about 5 degrees from December to March. Most festivals occur during the summer months in Kyoto along with the warmer weather, making this the best time to fly to the busy city. Kyoto is big, with lots of things to explore. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to enjoy everything Kyoto has to offer.
Fly to Kyoto from these popular routes with great prices.
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