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Along the city’s famous corridor-like bay, the Nagasaki International Cruise Terminal offers a scenic arrival for visitors in search of grand adventures. With no official cruise terminal, passengers are dropped off in a vibrant atmosphere surrounded by modern exhibits, a few zen gardens and an instantly accessible high-speed light rail system. The closest light rail stop is the ŌURAKAIGANDŌRI Station, or the Oura Cathedral Station, each offering quick transfers through modern city lights and thoughtful hilltop lookouts. Other forms of transportation include a few private transfers ranging from simple sedans to less-than-simple chartered buses, each as ideal for discovering distant lookouts from Mt. Inasa or long walks through teeming street markets. Meet-and-greets add to the convenience with hassle-free drop offs courtesy of local personal drivers who can share special insight as well as chauffeured limousines who know how to arrive to upscale locations in style.
A vast oasis of greenways are walking distance from the port for those interested in moving things at a slow pace - start with a tour through the Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, home to a vast open-air gallery filled with modern touches of ancient accents, as well as a scenic bridge looking over the canal - part of the larger Nagasaki Seaside Park, the exhibit also works as a calming work up to the bustling passerby of Nagasaki Chinatown, a great place to grab lunch before climbing the steep cobblestoned streets of Hollander Slope, a city project inspired by Dutch-colonial architects. Watch the sunset from the striking Sofuku-Ji Temple, resting atop a high hill and peering out at other hilltop landmarks that include Kagashira Park’s vibrant cherry blossoms and dramatic samurai statue, as well as the even higher viewpoints from the famous vistas of Ryoma Street.