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  • Sapporo: You'll soon see why people who've visited Hokkaido consider Sapporo one of their favorite places. Fabulous attractions such as Sapporo Beer Museum, Hokkaido Museum and Sapporo Dome are just the start of what's on offer here. If you're after a hotel close by, the Hotel WBF Sapporo Odori, the UNIZO INN Sapporo and the Sapporo Grand Hotel have all received great reviews.
  • Hakodate: If you're planning a trip to this buzzing destination, you'll find there's tons to see here. Explore fantastic sights like Yunokawa Hot Spring, Mount Hakodate and Goryokaku Tower. When you're done exploring the sights, relax at the Comfort Hotel Hakodate, the Smile Hotel Hakodate or the Four Points by Sheraton Hakodate. Stay a few nights so you have time to also see Onuma National Park, Fort Goryokaku and Morning Market.
  • Asahikawa: There's a reason lovers of nature enjoy visiting here. With Asahi-Dake, Sounkyo Hot Spring and Farm Tomita to wander around at your leisure, it's the perfect blend of urban life and nature. If you're up for more sightseeing, make tracks to Shirokane Hot Spring, Blue Pond and Daisetsuzan National Park as well. When you're done for the day, kick back someplace comfy like the Asahikawa Toyo Hotel, the Art Hotel Asahikawa or the Hoshino Resorts OMO7 Asahikawa.
  • Niseko: This place offers plenty to keep you busy. Why not begin your visit with an outing to Rusutsu Resort? Afterward, Niseko Village and Niseko Mountain Resort Grand Hirafu will be ready and waiting for you. You'll be able to pick from a range of hotel options, including the Niseko Nature Center, the Cottage Cruising and the NEST AT THE TREES, NISEKO. After you check in, head out and explore other top attractions like Kiroro Resort, Niseko Annupuri International Ski Area and Toyako Hot Spring.
  • Obihiro: Do you like staying in the city center but also desire access to nature too? Some of the places you should stop by during your visit are Tokachi Hills and Ishio Ryokuchi Park. If you're yearning for more time out in nature, don't forget about Fukunoyu, Memuro Park, Donguri Park and Manabe Garden either. All that fresh air and rushing around will be tiring, so stay at someplace welcoming like the Hotel Sulata Obihiro Adult Only, the Narita Ryokan or the HOTEL U9Q - Adults Only.

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How much are vacation packages to Hokkaido?
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What is the best time of year to go to Hokkaido?
Go in July, June, August if you want to see this place at its most exciting. While they’re the most crowded months, the buzzing energy of peak season is almost impossible to resist. If you’re chasing a slower pace, December, October, November may be more your style. Don’t want to shell out for your digs? Shelve any plans to book in February, when prices are at their highest. Find someplace cozy and cheap in November instead.
Which airport is best for Hokkaido?
Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) is the main airport for Hokkaido.
What is there to do in Hokkaido?
A diverse and inspiring destination, Hokkaido is home to some terrific attractions. Sapporo JR Tower and Sapporo Beer Museum are just a couple of the local highlights.

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