Escape the crowded hubbub of busy car-filled streets as you make your way through the capital of South Korea on paved bike paths. Ride on 2 wheels from Hongik University to the ornate Changdeokgung Palace and the vibrant Insa-dong neighborhood to see the city's most iconic sights.
Meet your guide at Hongik University, a modern campus that boasts sleek architecture with dramatic features. Hop on your bicycle and follow your guide through the university's grounds, making your way to the colorful Sinchon neighborhood with its popular nightlife and bars.
Stop at the Changdeokgung Palace, a grand manor built in the traditional Korean style that was once home to the nation's kings. The bright red, green, and gold colors of the exterior give way to tranquil interior rooms painted in darker shades that offer a sense of balance and calm. Jump back on your bike and pedal past Seoul City Hall, the Gyeongbokgung Palace, and the Bukchon Hanok Village. Listen as your guide details the history behind each of these locations as you glide along the cycling paths with ease.
Your last stop is in the Insa-dong neighborhood, where you can park your bike and explore on foot, walking through alleys lined with modern galleries and quaint tea shops. Vendors peddle handmade crafts and souvenirs that you can purchase after you bid your guide farewell and continue exploring on your own.