How to Reach Nagasaki, Japan

The Easiest Way to Reach Nagasaki


Nagasaki is a city of 400,000. It enjoys a long bay, and generally flat centre despite the encircling harbour hills. Walking is recommendable if the rains aren’t too heavy.


Cycling in the city centre is preferred, but spanning out from the city visitors will encounter more rigorous hills.


Bus lines cover districts that are not serviced by the popular tram system.


The streetcar tram system connects most parts of the city to the centre. Visitors can buy a full-day pass that costs 500 yen if they plan on a lot of movement.


Explore the route planner online for your visit to Nagasaki and create a flawless plan in few simple steps!