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There's no limit to the number of amazing things you can do when you're in a new place. So why not get your trip to Osaka off to a sensational start by perusing some of our top tips? After all – out there starts here!
If you're visiting Osaka, an excursion to the Osaka Science Museum and Osaka Castle should be at the top of your must-do list. These famed attractions have helped put this city on the map, and they're certain to make a big impression.
You're going to find yourself surrounded by noteworthy sights, including Universal Studios Japan® and Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. If you're wanting to make the most of your urban adventure, be sure to take a look around the Osaka Museum of History and the Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses.
Those with a phobia of heights may wish to avert their gaze, but anyone fascinated by skyscrapers shouldn't miss Umeda Sky Building. Towering high above the ground, it's a notable fixture of the local skyline. Travellers in this destination have an abundance of choice. Leave the history journals! Allow the past to jump off the page at Mint Museum. Still have some time on your hands? Sure, dancing along to tunes on your laptop is great, but nothing compares to the atmosphere of watching a sensational live performance! So why not get front-row seats to a show at Symphony Hall?
Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all, so why not plunge into some new and interesting experiences?
Kick off your trip to Osaka by trying out a few of these things to do:
If you'd like to check out a complete list of activities, head to our Osaka things to do page.
Before you head to Osaka, lock in a cosy room on Expedia. You'll have approximately 289 accommodation to pick from — your next luxury getaway or cheap holiday awaits!
Room service, pillow-top beds and top-notch furnishings are just a few of the things you can expect to find waiting for you at The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka (2-5-25 Umeda) and the InterContinental Osaka (3-60, Ofuka-cho Kita-ku). Book now for a taste of luxury! Alternatively, if you're travelling on a budget, the Guest House Social House (2-10-22 Sanno) or the Khaosan World Namba (1-2-13, Motomachi, Naniwa-ku) may hit the right note.
One of the best parts of any trip to Osaka is the Osaka Science Museum. If you'd like to stay within walking distance of this famous attraction, the ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka and the Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Premier are both popular options.
No one loves hanging out at the airport. But it's a small price to pay when you think of the holiday waiting on the other side! Based 7 miles northwest of Osaka, Itami Airport (ITM) is the most convenient terminal.
The room we had was spacious. Staffs service were good. Free shuttle bus service between hotel and Osaka station was very convenient. Room furniture is dated and the carpet outside the room corridor needs a replacement
The sidewalk layout of Osaka is a little strange (they also walk on the opposite side of the rest of the country) so it makes a little weird getting to this hotel's lobby from the train station. It's a budget hotel so everything meets expectations. The building is older, the staff don't treat you ...
Great hotel in amazing location in Osaka. Very close to Osaka train station and lots of transport options. Lots of food options nearby. Rooms very small, but comfortable and all the amenities. I was in a double room - perfectly fine for 1 person. Would probably be a bit tight for 2 people and luggage. ...
I like how accommodating the staff are! The location is perfect for everything! I love this place and I will definitely stay in this hotel again!!!
The view from my room was breathtaking, loved the cleanliness of the room. The price paid for the room was fair.