Gran Premio F1 de Japón

05/10/2014 | Suzuka - Suzuka Int. Racing Course

Getting There

Departure Tax: Departure tax is included in air ticket.

Note: Peach (www.flypeach.com/home.aspx) is Japan’s newest low-cost carrier and will commence international flights from July 2012. Operating out of Kansai International Airport (Osaka), Peach will have flights to Seoul, Hong Kong, and Taipei. In 2012, AirAsia (www.airasia.com) and Jetstar Asia (www.jetstar.com) have also announced plans to start domestic and international services in Japan.

Main Airports: Osaka Kansai International Airport (KIX). (www.kansai-airport.or.jp/en) Osaka Kansai International Airport is located 50km (31 miles) southwest of Osaka. Tel: <p>072 455 2500.</p>.

Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT). (www.narita-airport.jp/en) Tokyo Narita International Airport is located 65km (40 miles) east of Tokyo. Tel: <p>(04) 7632 2802 or 7634 8000.</p>.

Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) (NGO). (www.centrair.jp/en) Central Japan International Airport is located on a man-made island 35km (22 miles) south of Nagoya. Tel: <p>(05) 6938 1195.</p>.

Fukuoka Airport (FUK)Departure Tax: ¥945.The airport is 20 minutes' journey time from Fukuoka City.

Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND). (www.haneda-airport.jp/en) Tokyo Haneda Airport is located around 14km (9 miles) south of central Tokyo. Tel: <p>(03) 5757 8111.</p>.


Getting There by Water: There are international ferry services to Japan from Russia, China, Taiwan and Korea. Ticket prices are generally not cheaper than air tickets. The advantage of arriving in Japan by sea would be the chance to view some spectacular scenery. Major port cities are Osaka (www.osakaport.co.jp), Kobe (www.kobe-meriken.or.jp/), Yokohama (www.yokohamaport.org/portal), Shimonoseki (www.shimonoseki-port.com), Fukuoka (port-of-hakata.city.fukuoka.lg.jp) and Naha.

Japan is accessible by sea, and passenger ships include the major ports on their schedules, with the main routes to Japan from China and Korea. Ferries operate weekly from Osaka and Kobe to Shanghai (www.shinganjin.com) and weekly from Kobe to Tianjin, China (www.celkobe.co.jp). For South Korea there's a route between Busan and Fukuoka (www.jrbeetle.co.jp), Busan and Hakata (www.camellia-line.co.jp), and Busan and Shimonoseki (www.kampuferry.co.jp).

Links to the Russian Federation include weekly services between Fushiki, near Toyama, and Vladivostok (www.bisintour.com). Alternatively, there is a twice-weekly service to Wakkanai in Hokkaido from Korsakov in the Russian Federation. There are cruises around the Japanese islands, including Okinawa, en route to Shanghai and Hong Kong (www.starcruises.com; www.princess.com).


Rail Passes: The Japan Rail Pass (www.japanrailpass.net) is the most economical way for international visitors to travel all over Japan by rail. It can be used on all Japan Railways services including the shinkansen (bullet train), except for the super-express Nozomi shinkansen. The next fastest shinkansen, the Hikari, is just as convenient for high-speed rail travel in Japan. There are passes for seven, fourteen and twenty-one consecutive days. Passes must be purchased in advance outside Japan and validated on the day you begin to use the pass.

Note: Although the Tohoku shinkansen line was damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, services are now fully operational. Some local rail services in the areas most affected by the disasters are still suspended. Check the JR East (www.jreast.co.jp/e/index.html) website for details.

 

Gastos de envío

Las entradas se envían aseguradas por UPS Express
Unión Europea € 15,00
Europa no UE € 21,00
EEUU y Canadá € 21,00
Resto del Mundos € 31,00
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