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Dreaming of a trip to Japan? Nagasaki has everything you need for a great holiday. You could visit Nagasaki Peace Park, or how about spending an afternoon at Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum? Better still, it doesn't need to cost you the world. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options …

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How to get to Nagasaki

Here's what you need to know about getting to Nagasaki. You can see the cheapest month to fly and a snapshot of flight prices for the following month. Also, don't forget to factor in your travelling time - the typical flight from London Heathrow to Nagasaki takes 15 hours, 35 minutes.

When to go to Nagasaki

Typical Holiday Price

£945 per person

The average price of hotels and apartments in Nagasaki varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.

Cheapest Month to Visit

June

Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - June is the cheapest month to go to Nagasaki.

Where to stay in Nagasaki

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Nagasaki, according to other travellers.

Reviews of Nagasaki

Harold
HaroldBrooklyn
12/04/2015

Nagasaki is off the beaten path for most Western tourists. Though it certainly doesn't rival Japan's top tourist cities (Tokyo, Kyoto, Nikko, Hiroshima, Nara, Kurashiki, etc.) it offers an interesting mix of unusual historical sights and religious monuments. The atomic bomb memorial sights and Gunkanjima (Hashima) are the highlights but Nagasaki also has a number of mildly interesting temples, churches, and historical industrial / trade-related sights. A nice place for a long weekend. Be sure to try Chanpon noodles and plan ahead and book Gunkanjima.

Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney
11/12/2010

The residents of Nagasaki must feel a bit strange sometimes. Known primarily for having suffered the devastation of the 2nd atomic bomb in 1945 (the preponderance of the victims of which were women, children, and the elderly), the city is overshadowed even in that ignominy by its neighbor, Hiroshima. The denizens here, though, can take comfort in living in a city that is one of the most beautiful and serene in Japan. Situated on the long finger of a pretty harbor on the western edge of the island of Kyushu, the city doesn't have any must-see sights, but a tour of Glover Gardens overlooking the mouth of the harbor is quite lovely, and gives a great overview of Nagasaki's history as Japan's door to the outside world, during the centuries when the rest of the islands were firmly closed to the wider world. There's not much reason to spend more than a day in this place, but it's worth a stopover if you've got the time.

Koji Kawano
Koji KawanoSan Francisco
07/11/2011

Nice city on Kyushu island of Japan. I had a day trip when I was staying in Unzen, about 2.5-hour drive. Wish I had more time.

DGDoyle
DGDoyleSan Francisco
26/02/2011

I lived and traveled in Japan, and thought this was the most beautiful city I saw. I highly recommend taking a ferry to outlying islands. Nagasaki was the international gateway to Japan for centuries, and huntress is refereed in its comparatively diverse culture.

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