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Description
This guaranteed accessible 4 day tour will allow you to immerse yourself into the culture of Korea and Seoul, in both traditional history and modern culture.

This Package Includes:
  • An English-speaking guide
  • 3 nights’ accommodation in a 3 star hotel
  • Entry tickets to all attractions
  • 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 3 dinners
  • Accessible lift bus transportation

Itinerary
Day 1: Insa-Dong, Namdaemun Market, Cheonggyecheon
  • You will start your tour in the rustic neighbourhood of Insa-Dong, in the centre of Seoul. With quaint streets and alleys to explore, it will transport you back in time to when women wore hanbok and men rode horses. The wooden tea houses, boutique galleries, and street vendors with traditional Korean snacks make a trip through Insa-dong a must do.
  • You will then go to Korea’s largest traditional market, established in 1964. With over 10,000 retailers, vendors, and wholesalers, Namdaemun Market is a fantastic place to pick up souvenirs. There is nowhere else in Korea housing such a large collection of interesting and traditional Korean items, for sale, in once place. When you’re hungry, you can feel free to experiment with the dozens of food stalls.
  • You will end your day with a pleasant trip along Seoul’s urban oasis. The 6 kilometre long, modern stream running through the downtown area of Seoul is as good as a spa to clear your mind. Just off of Sejongro, one of Seoul’s busiest boulevards, Cheonggyecheon is remarkably quiet. The low stream, with small waterfalls and over a dozen overhead buildings is an oasis of serenity.
Day 2: Hanbok Experience and Gyeongbokgung Palace, N Seoul Tower, Korean Food Experience Hall
  • On your tour, you will be able to experience wearing your own hanbok, as you travel to Gyeongbokgung Palace. The former seat of power is Korea’s most famous royal palace, and is difficult to miss - given its location at the northern end of Seoul’s main boulevard, Sejongno, a stone’s throw from the Blue House (the president’s residence) and the U.S. embassy. The Palace was originally built in the late 1300s, and has been rebuilt numerous times.
  • Afterwards, you will be able to enjoy the altitude of the N Seoul Tower, offering 360° panoramic views over Seoul. The tip of the tower is almost 480 metres above sea level. The tower is now a must-see landmark of Seoul, since its inauguration in 1969. The tower was first established as Korea’s first integrated transmission tower, beaming television and radio broadcasts across the capital. Ever since opening to the public in 1980, it has been a much-loved landmark.
  • You will end your day at the Korean Food Experience Hall, where you will have the chance to become a chef for the day. You will have a variety of programs to choose from, from beginner to advanced classes, with knowledge and experience on hand, to help you make your own traditional Korean cuisine. When your meal is cooked, you get to eat it too!
Day 3: Han River Ferry Cruise, Samsung D’light, COEX Mall
  • You’ll start your day by boarding a cruise along the Han River, where you can enjoy the early Seoul skyline. From your cruise you will be able to spot many famous tourist spots, such as the 63 City Building, the N Seoul Tower, small river islands, and the Banpo rainbow bridge.
  • After your ride, you will arrive in the eastern part of the Gangnam area. Here you will find Samsung D’light, where you can experience, play with, and enjoy Samsung’s newest and most innovative technologies. The name "D’light" combines the words "digital" and "light", illustrating the company’s vision of being a guiding light to the digital world, and sharing the excitement and delights of technology with visitors.
  • Located close to Samsung D’light, COEX Mall is another example showcasing Seoul’s innovative development and modern architecture. The mall was reopened on November 27th, 2014, following the completion of a large scale renovation. World-renowned architectural firm Gensler created a vision for change around the concept called ‘The Unfolding Sky’. COEX Mall is the shopping mecca for global brands in fashion, accessories, beauty, lifestyle, and more.
Day 4: Seoullo 7017
  • Seoullo 7017, using the Korean word ‘seoullo’ - meaning skygarden, is the transformation of an overpass highway, to an amazing pedestrian oasis, in the middle of Seoul. Visitors to Seoullo 7017 can enjoy a relaxing environment and utilise the wide range of information centres and eateries to get rest and refresh, with light meals and snacks. The Seoul Station overpass was constructed originally in 1970 as a response to growing traffic congestion. For decades the highway connected the east and west of the city. In 2017, the highway has been transformed into a public park for visitors, elevated above the ground. You can visit the 17 pedestrian paths of Seoullo 7017, and experience the city’s culture while you relax.


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