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Kyoto - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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Almenningsgarður
“Maruyama Park is famous as a cherry blossom spot. Distance: 19 minutes' walk Opening hours: 24/7 Entrance fee: free”
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Kaffi
“Umekoji Park (Umekoji Koen) is a large, multi-purpose park west of Kyoto Station in the south of Kyoto. The large grounds of the park are home to the Kyoto Aquarium and the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum. Umekoji Park has wide open spaces for ball games and leisurely picnics as well as a walking course and a children's play area with swings and slides. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“It is famous "Taiyonoto". That look is very strange but it is symbol in this area. In the night, that's eyes shine, you will be surprised. Near, there is a big shopping mall, you can also enjoy shopping.”
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Almenningsgarður
“A beautiful narrow street filled with various restaurants that is bound to fill your appetite. This place is more than worthy to take a few photos of, especially in the night time.”
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Botanical Garden
“Kyoto Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Japan with over 120,000 plants.It is a favorite place for visitors to Kyoto and Kyotoites themselves to stroll and picnic, especially in spring for the cherry blossom season and in fall for the autumn leaves.Regular light ups at night also attract people and a good place to keep warm in winter is at the spectacular conservatory.It is divided into various sections:Bamboo Garden,Bonsai Exhibit,Camellia Garden,Cherry Trees,European Style Garden,Flower Bed,Hydrangea Garden,Japanese Iris Garden,Japanese Native Plants, Lotus Pond,Nakaragi-no-mori Pond,Peony Garden,Perennial and Useful Plants Garden,Sunken Garden;and Uma Grove. ”
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Zoo
“Iwatayama Monkey Park (Japanese: 嵐山モンキーパーク, Arashiyama Monkī Pāku) is a commercial park located in Arashiyama in Kyoto, Japan. The park is on Mt Arashiyama, on the same side of the Oi River as the train station. It is inhabited by a troop of over 170 Japanese macaque monkeys. The animals are wild but can be fed food purchased at the site.”
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Almenningsgarður
“A riverside park boasting water, greenery and cherry trees, which is built on the river terrace between Kema Araizeki (overflow weir) and Temmabashi Bridge. Incorporating classical buildings such as the Mint, Water Square and walking trails, the park is a good place for strolling and jogging. It is known as a cherry blossom-viewing spot for its magnificent 4,800 cherry tree”
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Við stöðuvatn
“People walking their dog, running, riding bicycle, recommended river side walk. ”
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Leiksvæði

Almenningsgarður
“Just want an easy break from the city, Funaokayama is a small hill in the city, an easy walk for a short break.”
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Playground
Almenningsgarður
Almenningsgarður
“One of the best park to see " Cheery-Blossom " Osaka area. You enjoy to see Cherry Blossom from end of March to Middle of April every year. It is also best park for walking, running, picnic, hiking. ”
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Strendur

Beach
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Gönguleiðir

Slóði
“Arashiyama District is well-known for its river sceneries and its bamboo grove. Distance: 53 minutes by bus (bus n.93/63/66, 230JPY)”
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Slóði
“The famous bamboo grove in Kyoto. Transportation: 1)take a train from JR tanbaguchi to JR Arashiyama///// OR ///// 2) take Kyoto bus from Shijonakashinmichi bus stop to Arashiyama bus stop.”
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Slóði
“The Philosopher's Path (哲学の道, Tetsugaku no michi) is a pleasant stone path through the northern part of Kyoto's Higashiyama district. The path follows a canal which is lined by hundreds of cherry trees. Usually in early April these trees explode with color, making this one of the city's most popular hanami (cherry blossom viewing) spots. Approximately two kilometers long, the path begins around Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion) and ends in the neighborhood of Nanzenji. The path gets its name due to Nishida Kitaro, one of Japan's most famous philosophers, who was said to practice meditation while walking this route on his daily commute to Kyoto University.”
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Vegur
“Lined with beautifully restored traditional shophouses and blissfully free of the overhead power lines that mar the rest of Kyoto, Sannen-zaka and Ninen-zaka are a pair of pedestrian-only lanes that make for some of the most atmospheric strolling in the whole city. In fact, it’s here that you are most likely to be able to imagine what Kyoto looked like before modernity descended in full force. You’ll find plenty of restaurants and teahouses to refresh yourself as you explore, including the single most atmospheric teashop in the city Kasagiya. The only caution is this: During cherry blossom season, these two hills will be utterly crammed with people. In this season (and any other time of year), an evening stroll is highly recommended.”
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Slóði
Slóði
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Mountain
“5,032 meters Ropeway links the top of Mt. Rokko and Arima Spa. Captivating panoramic views of Osaka Bay and seasonal sights.”
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