How to go from Magome to Kyoto [OPTIONS + PRICES + DURATION]

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Hello Comiviajero/a! 馃檪 During our trip to Japan, after doing part of the Nakasendo route, one of the best known routes in the country, we went to Kyoto. Going from Magome to Kyoto is not particularly complicated, but it does involve taking several transports, so the best thing is to follow the steps we tell you not to get lost on the way. Today we talk about how to go from Magome to Kyoto.

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Where’s Kyoto?

Kyoto is about 215 kilometers southwest of Magome, near other cities such as Osaka, Kobe or Nara. It is located in Kyoto Prefecture, within the Kansai region of central Japan. Maybe it’ll help you locate our map of Japan.

What’s the best way to get from Magome to Kyoto?

To get from Magome to Kyoto the first thing you need to do is take a bus from Magome Station to Nakatsugawa. This bus leaves approximately every hour and takes about half an hour to reach Nakatsugawa after 24 stops. You have to get off at the last stop so it’s very simple.

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Once you arrive in Nakatsugawa you will have to go to the train station, which is right next to the bus station, in order to go to Nagoya. There are two lines that make this tour, the Chuo Line and the Ltd. Exp. Shinano. It depends on the time at which you go out will be better one or the other, but keep in mind that the Chuo Line takes about 80 minutes while the Ltd. Exp. Shinano takes about 50 minutes.

After arriving at Nagoya station you must take a shinkansen to Kyoto. This tour is done in about 40 minutes, although it varies depending on the shinkansen you catch and the stops you make.

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How much does it cost to go to Kyoto?

If you have a JR Pass, all you have to pay to get to Kyoto is the bus from Magome to Nakatsugawa. This bus costs 560 JPY per person (one way).

If you do not have a JR Pass, the one-way trip costs 6,480 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line or 7,070 JPY per person if you go to Nagoya on the Chuo Line. Exp. Shinano.

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How to search for trains and timetables between Magome and Kyoto?

If you want to find the train schedules needed to travel to Kyoto, the best way is through Hyperdia, a website (which also has an application for mobiles) that contains all the train routes in Japan. Remember that since there is no train line at Magome, you must go to Nakatsugawa by bus.

In this post we tell you more about how Hyperdia works and how to search depending on whether or not you have the JR Pass.

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