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Full-Day Essential Seoul Tour

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Highlights
  • Beat the crowds and travel through Seoul in your air-conditioned vehicle
  • Visit Gyeongbok Palace and Jogye Temple with entrance fees included
  • Panoramic city views from the top of Mt. Bugak
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Full-Day Essential Seoul Tour
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
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Full-Day Essential Seoul Tour
US$95.00
Overview
The buzzing metropolis of Seoul is South Korea’s capital—one of the biggest and most exciting cities on earth. On this full-day sightseeing tour with entrance fees included, cross the city in air-conditioned comfort with your guide. Take in top attractions including Gyeongbok Palace, Gwanghwamun Gate, and Jogye Temple, and step back in time at the historic Bukchon Hanok Village.
What to Expect
Following a morning pickup at your hotel in Seoul, meet your guide and head into the city to begin your sightseeing tour. Travelling in comfort by air-conditioned vehicle, beat the crowds and arrive at each stop relaxed and refreshed—even in the heat of summer.

First, visit top attractions including Gyeongbok Palace and Jogye Temple—with entrance fees included—and admire local landmarks such as the presidential Blue House and Gwanghwamun Gate. With your informative guide on hand, gain insight into centuries of Korean history.

Next, delve into the creative Insadong neighborhood and browse the antique stores and galleries for which the district is famous.Visit a ‘hanbok’ (traditional Korean clothing) store and try on Korean fashions from centuries passed.

In your Korean garments, visit the Bukchon Hanok Village—home to well-preserved traditional Korean buildings—and gain insight into life in Seoul before the high-rises and hotels arrived.

Back in your normal clothing, admire sweeping views over Seoul from the Bugak Skyway atop Mt. Bugak—one of the city’s highest points. Finish your tour with a visit to the popular shopping district of Myeongdong, then return to your Seoul hotel.
Reviews (119)
1 - 5 of 32 reviews
Reviewed today via mobile
Compact and fun

This trip is packed with fun activities and beautiful scenery in Seoul. Best part is to visit palace in hanbok with no additional charge.

Thank AlexanderM4446
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
OK Tour, Poor Guide

The tour was all right. It provides the highlights and interesting points for a new visitor. The guide, however, was very poor. We were provided with very limited information on the sites we visited, and her English was hard to understand. The quality of the...More

4  Thank Jazaki
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A full day of interesting activities

Just went on this tour last week. The weather was less than perfect... pouring all day. The tour guide Stella did a great job despite the bad weather. The activities are well put together. She picking me up on time, kept the trip interesting and...More

3  Thank Chenxi Z
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent, highly recommend!

Our tour guide, June met us at our hotel with a comfortable van with only a few other people. We then toured and experienced everything that was listed on the description. We visited a temple, the largest palace grounds, enjoyed lunch(included in the price of...More

5  Thank Jessica S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour!

Stella, our tour guide was fabulous! Very knowledgeable, friendly, and really put effort into making sure we are having a good time. The schedule was packed but Stella ensured that no time was wasted. I would recommend this tour and Stella especially if it’s your...More

2  Thank atowe1
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Dee N
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Response from Jfrinzi | Reviewed this property |
I think it would get to be too much. I do not think it’s the best thing to do with a child that young.
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