At the beginning, I rushed to the Shaoshan train. I found that the ticket was sold out two or three days in advance, and it was not hot enough. You can only go shopping in the mountains to see what adventures you have. But before and after the cherry blossom season and the weekend, the traffic volume of Lushan is also amazing. I can avoid the swaying people and take the cherry blossoms. It really depends on telephoto and angle. The
recommended belt is a 200mm focal length.
I was going to go to Lushan to experience the train
but I went to the season to stop
walking in the streets of Lushan
everything seems to be in a dream
is a very good The place of charm
it is as refined as the Japanese tea ceremony
here there is always a side you have never seen
free stroll, back to the residence
the door of the apartment is very delicious
Transportation: If you want to take a small train, Kyoto Station will take JR to Maju Station and walk about 600 meters, which is the Guigang Station of the small train. Then sit in the direction of Lushan.
Kyoto Lushan area tour guide
the most convenient way to come to Lushan is to sit on the electricity. We are a car that we bought by bicycle to the station in Kitano-machi. It is recommended to purchase a day to facilitate the visit to the cherry blossom tunnel. If you buy it alone, 200 rides are not very cost-effective.
500 500 yen is mainly sold at the next four stations: Shijo Omiya, Scorpio , , . Be sure to get off the bus from Lushan to the raft, and get off at the other side of the platform to change to the train on the Kitano Line to reach the Lushan Mountain.
The area along the Kurokawa River, which flows through the western part of Kyoto City, is known as Arashiyama, and is a famous tourist attraction in Kyoto. Arashiyama has be the subject of many poems since ancient times. The cherry blossoms in spring and the red maple in autumn are famous sights. The beautiful scenery of the wild bamboo forest also reveals the unique charm of Kyoto. There are many famous temples and shrines scattered in the scenic area. The Katsuragawa and Togetsukyo Bridges starkly contrast with the mountains that stand behind them.