Get to know Koreas culture and history, the old and the new, through Seouls food and artisan markets. Start off at 63 Square, Koreas tallest building that boasts a Sea World and an IMAX theater, then swing by the traditional Noryangjin Fish Market. At the sprawling Gwangjang Market, discover generations-old noodle shops. See 2,000-year-old utensils used with rice cakes at the Tteok Museum. Capture gorgeous views of the Han River, and along the way, pick up handicrafts, ginseng and amethyst, Koreas national gemstone. This full-day tour includes lunch and transport.
During this 4-hour small group tour, your dedicated guide and driver will take you around the beautiful city of Busan. You can enjoy the beautiful views of Busan from a boat, for approximately 1.5 hours. After, your expert guide will take you to Mountain Hwangnyeongsan Observatory, one of the best sightseeing spots in Korea. This tour includes all entrance fees and transportation.
This small group journey will start with Jogyesa, the center of Buddhism in Seoul where you can see locust trees and baeksong trees in front of Jogyesa temple. Afterward, you will move to the presidential blue house that symbol of Cheongwadae with blue tiles and the Gwanghwamun Gate to see royal guard changing ceremony. After watching the ceremony, you can explore Gyeongbokgung Palace. Then you will see the National Folk Museum where you can see how people lived a few centuries ago, the Changdeokgung Palace that listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and Insadong, a famous antique alley that is popular with antique shops, handmade crafts. Finally after a long day, you will see Namdaemun, the main gate of a Seoul. This is a full day packed with a lot of information on Seoul and the Korean traditions.
On this 8.5 hour small-group tour, you will get a taste of Korean traditional culture. Firstly, you will visit Jogyesa temple that represents Buddhism in Seoul and pass by Cheongwadae, the Presidential Blue House, move on to Gwanghwamun Gate to see royal guard changing ceremony. After the ceremony, you will explore Gyeongbokgung palace and visit the National Folklore Museum. In the afternoon, you will visit the Korean Folk Village to enjoy the lifestyle of the Joseon dynasty with over 270 old houses.
The country of the morning calm is full of history and its capital, Seoul, abounds with authentic treasures. Join this 8-hour private tour to discover some of the most renowned gems of South Korean culture. From the great palaces to the N Tower, this tour will lead you through the ages to discover the old & the brand new capital.
During this 9-hour Seoul highlights day tour, you will get a great taste of what Seoul has to offer! On this tour you will have a chance to visit seven different focal points of Korea and enjoy a great Korean seasonal lunch. The tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off, starts at Gwanghwamun Gate (the main gate founded by the first king of the Joseon Dynasty), stops off at many more of Soul’s hot spots, and finishes with time spent shopping at a ginseng, makeup and jewelry store!
On this full day tour, visit the richest area in South Korea, Gangnam, which also is famous for Psys song Gangnam Style.” Gangnam-gu is a district within the city of Seoul which literally means south of the river.” It has many well-developed streets with unique and modern characteristics, and so many high-rise buildings with bright neon signs that it will be hard for you to know whether its day or night! During this 9-hour Gangnam highlights day tour, you will visit six different must visit places within Gangnam-gu: Seolleung, Jeongneung Royal Tombs, Bongeunsa Temple, Coex Aquarium, Lotte Duty Free shop and Garosu-gill Road.