As one of many divine worldwide travel destinations available you are sure to be delighted on your holiday to Tokyo; pack your bags and prepare to explore. Benefit from our package deals and ensure yourself a special rate by booking your hotel and flight together. Whether you are celebrating a major event in your life, in need of some much-earned family time overseas or desire a relaxing beach holiday, SWISS Holidays has the custom holiday package for you. Top up on culture, enjoy national culinary delicacies, be part of an adventure and make amazing new memories on your extraordinary holiday in Tokyo.
Your Tokyo vacation
Tokyo's vivid combination of cultures, rich history and stunning architecture has made it one of the most iconic holiday destinations. Whether you’re looking for a new and interesting scenery or exciting break from the daily grind, Tokyo is sure to tick all the boxes.
Swiss Holidays want to help you get the most out of your Tokyo vacation so we thought it would be useful to take some of the stress out of planning your holiday. Here’s our top tips for your next city break:
See the sights of Tokyo
It's often true that visitors find it a challenge to decide what to do first in Tokyo due to the large number of amazing places to visit. Out of the long list of sights to visit in Tokyo, one of the most iconic and awe-inspiring is Mount Fuji. Then, be sure to take a more relaxed means to find your way around Tokyo and visit the beautifully decorated, almost 400-year-old shrine, Ueno Toshogu.
Taste the local dishes
Start your culinary journey round Tokyo with the narrow street called Omoide-Yokocho for the quintessential street food experience; the best way of curing the hunger built up after a long day sightseeing. You're sure to get a taste for what's going on if you follow this top tip on what to eat.
Top up on culture
After exploring Tokyo, taking in the sights and sampling the cuisine, it will most likely be time to take it easy and reflect on your stay. Why not use this time to absorb a little culture? First, be sure to the gardens of the Imperial Palace. Then visit the temples of Asakusa and the Meiji Shrine.