Visit two top Korean museums and galleries on this contemporary art tour in Seoul. At the Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art and the Gana Art Gallery, you'll learn about Korean art culture from your expert guide as you browse traditional and contemporary artwork by both local and international artists. Your tour also includes a visit to the National Ginseng Outlet, where you'll learn about the importance of this plant in Korean cuisine and medicine.
Spend a full day discovering the beautiful architecture and landscape of Seoul while learning about its history, culture and traditions. With your guide, visit two grand palaces, including UNESCO World Heritage-listed Changdeokgung Palace; learn about traditional lifestyles at a museum; and explore bustling local markets by foot.
Enjoy this morning half-day tour that will introduce you to the historical heritage of Seoul. Visit the famous Bukchon Cultural Center, Changdeokgung Palace (or Gyeongbokgung Palace on Monday) before finishing at Insadong.
Even if you are not interested in history you could join this comprehensive 4-hour tour by bus/coach. Both the Changdeokgung Palace and Gyeongbokgung Palace are very famous and popular in Korean drama. The palace is majestic with its design and story, the N Tower being the symbol mark for Seoul. Compared to the night view from Seoul tower, day time view will be totally different. You could take lots of photos at the park and look around downtown more clearly. Your local guide will be with you all the time if you have any questions. Ask away and gain knowledge as much as possible.
Explore Seoul historic and modern sights on this walking tour. From Cheonggyecheon stream and The Blue House to Gyeongbokgung Palace and National Folk Museum of Korea. Watch a royal guard changing ceremony all in one morning tour.
This 4-hour afternoon tour takes you to some of'the most popular'attractions in Seoul. You will visit a'Hanbok shop'near Insadong Myeongdong, explore'Bukchon Hanok Village, Bukak Skyway and one of primary shopping areas in Seoul, Myeongdong.
Enjoy this half-day afternoon tour of Seoul, highlights of which include: Bukchon Hanok Village, Naksan park, Changdeokgung Palace and two delicious food stops first at café where you can enjoy a tteok, and then at a restaurant, where you can enjoy a bibimbap dinner.
This'4-hour afternoon'Seoul city tour includes a visit to'N. Seoul Tower, a city landmark, known for its beautiful views and 'Locks of Love' on the roof terrace. You will also visit the most famous primary shopping districts, Myeongdong and Dongdaemun Open Market. Don't miss the chance to visit Dongdaemun Design Plaza. '
This is a 4-hour walking tour of some of the most famous museums in Seoul, such as the'National Museum of Korea, the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and the Seoul Museum of History. On this tour, you will see an overview of Korean history, art and historical books as a informative guide will explain the important parts of the history in an informative, exciting fashion.
Visit some of the post popular attractions in Seoul on this 3.5-hour guided tour. Explore sites like Jogye Temple with its giant Buddha statue and Gyeongbok Palace, the largest royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty and the location of The Blue House, the presidential residence, as well as the artsy and historic neighborhood of Insadong. Pickup from your Seoul hotel and transportation to all the attractions is included.
Enjoy a 4-hour guided tour that begins with hotel pickup and takes you to the Hwaseong Fortress a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ride a dragon trolley that travels between Mt. Paldalsan and Yeonmudae. Finally, go to the Hwaseong Haenggung Palace before being drop-off at Myeongdong area in Seoul.
On this tour, you will visit the Buddhist temple in the city, the Presidential Blue House Square and Gyeongbokgung Palace for 3.5 hours with a small group. First, you will visit Jogyesa temple that represents Buddhism in Seoul and pass by the Cheongwadae, the Presidential Blue House, that symbol of with blue tiles and move on to Gwanghwamun Gate to see the royal guard changing ceremony. After the ceremony, you will explore Gyeongbokgung Palace that is also referred to as the northern palace. Also you will visit a museum called the National Folk Museum, where you can see how Koreans from a few centuries ago lived.