Nara (奈良) was in the 8th century the first fixed capital of Japan, under the name of Heijo-kyo (平城 京), as before, according to the Shinto beliefs, death was impure and it was necessary to destroy everything that was related to the Emperor after his death.
The city is home to many important historical sites, such as Todai-ji Temple, the world’s largest wooden structure, with its Daibutsuden (Hall of the Great Buddha).
Explore the sights of Nara on a 8-hours private tour with a professional knowledgeable guide.
If you have three or four days in Kyoto/Osaka, we also suggest making this day trip.
If you want to travel in comfort, we will arrange your own car and driver.