About this sight
Cycle Kyoto offers small group bike tours around to the city’s various temples, shrines, and heritage sights. Choose from a different list of tours that vary in distance, time, and language. Each guide is well-knowledged in everything Kyoto has to offer and makes sure that you are getting the most out of your visit to Kyoto.
Full Tour: ¥12000 | North Tour: ¥10000 | South Tour: ¥7000
Katsukura (Kyoto Station Building)
This destination is located in Kyoto City’s Sanjo shopping district. The eatery can be found on the 11th floor of The Cube, a mall built above Kyoto Station Bui
徳島ラーメン 東大 京都店 (餐厅)
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APA Hotel Kyoto Ekimae
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