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  • Where is the most popular 2 star hotel in Gero?

    Kisoya is the most popular 2 star hotel in Gero. A lot of visitors to Gero is making a reservation for Kisoya hotel everyday.

  • How much is the average price of Gero 2 star hotel tonight?

    Based on trip.com data, an average price of 2 star hotels in Gero for tonight is 111 USD. Please use this price as a reference only as this price can be changed every minutes.

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Gero 2-Star Hotel Guide

Gero is located in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and known for its hot springs. Hot springs are known as “onsen” in Japanese and the ones in Gero date back hundreds of years. Because of this unique natural resource, it’s no surprise that Gero attracts many tourists from near and far today.

The city can be reached in about two and a half hours by shuttle bus from Nagoya Station. It is also accessible by rail from Nagoya on the JR Hida limited express line. Trains leave from Nagoya almost every hour and the journey by train is about an hour faster than traveling by bus.

If you come to Gero for business or vacation, there are hotels available to accommodate all types of visitors. Hotels in Gero range from luxury resorts to youth hostels and some even feature hot springs.

Gero is home to many historical landmarks, such as the Shorenji Temple, Kozen-ji Temple, and Risen-ji Temple. These religious sites can provide insight into the Shinto religion and offer visitors a place to spend a quiet, relaxing afternoon.

Due to their healing properties, the hot springs in Gero cannot be missed. Famous hot springs in the city include the Gero Onsen as well as the Norimasa Hot Springs. These attractions provide a great chance to experience the traditional Japanese lifestyle and relax far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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