Parque Nara

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El parque Nara fue creado en 1880 y está ubicado en la ciudad de Nara, a la que se puede acceder fácilmente desde Kioto u Osaka. La vasta área se extiende sobre 660 hectáreas y es conocida por sus ciervos que deambulan libremente y sus templos de fama mundial.



469 Zoshicho, Nara, Nara Prefecture (Direcciones)

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Número telefónico



  • Combini
  • Souvenir shop


  • Barrier-free access

Cómo llegar

Nara Park is located just around 5 minutes of walking from the JR Kintetsu-Nara Station.

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