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One of the best ways to enjoy the surrounding scenery in Seoul is by going on a Han River Ferry Cruise. After pickup from your Seoul hotel, your evening begins with dinner at a popular local restaurant.

Once you've had your fill, you’ll head to the Han River, where you'll board a ferry for your 1hour river cruise. The cruise follows the river which flows through the city and offers spectacular views of the metropolis and its tourist spots such as the Jeoldusan Park, the 63 City Building, N Seoul Tower, Jamsil's Multi Sports Complex, and so much more.

Next, drive to Mt. Namsan, where the N Seoul Tower is perched. Go up to the observation deck, you’ll have about an hour to take in the 360-degree night views of Seoul and the surrounding area from the 774-foot-high (236-meter) tower, which includes an outdoor terrace. The view is so stunning that many consider N Seoul Tower the best tower in Asia.

As you go back to your hotel, we will drive along the Han Riverside Road to see Seoul from a different view

The Gyeongju Historic Areas contain a remarkable concentration of outstanding examples of Korean Buddhist art, in the form of sculptures, reliefs, pagodas, and the remains of temples and palaces from the flowering culture of Silla dynasty, in particular between the 7th and 10th century. The Korean peninsula was ruled for almost 1,000 years (57 BCE – 935 CE) by the Silla dynasty, and the sites and monuments in and around Gyeongju bear outstanding testimony to its cultural achievements. These monuments are of exceptional significance in the development of Buddhist and secular architecture in Korea.

'Bulguksa
Bulguksa means ""Temple of the Buddha Land"". It is the most famous Buddhist temple in Korea and the home to a number of important relics from the Shilla Kingdom, including the two stone pagodas, Dabotap and Seokgatap.

Seokguram
Seokguram Grotto is a heritage which is a part of the Bulguksa temple, and the grotto overlooks the East Sea. Seokguram was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list together with the Bulguksa Temple, and it holds some of the best Buddhist Sculptures in the world.

Cheonmachong
Cheonmachong means ""Heavenly Horse Tomb"" and the name comes from a painting of a heavenly horse that was found during the tomb's excavation in 1973. This tomb was built for an unknown king of the Shilla Kingdom.

Cheomseongdae
Cheomseongdae means ""Star-Gazing Tower"" in Korean and it is the oldest existing astronomical observatory in Asia, and one of the oldest scientific installations in the world. It was constructed during the reign of Queen Seon-deok, and it was used for observing the stars in order to forecast the weather.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 120,47 €

Busan is Korea’s largest port city filled with endless excitement and pleasant surprises. Every year, tens of thousands of visitors from all over the country and around the world flock to Haeundae, Songdo and Gwangalli Beaches to relax or to attend festivals.

The city annually hosts the International Fireworks Festival and the Busan International Film Festival, while regularly holding various events at Centrum City, the world’s largest department store. Other must-see tourist sites include Taejongdae Resort overlooking the sea, Yongdusan Park, Yonggungsa Temple on a cliff, and the Jagalchi Market.

Points of interest/ itinerary:

- Watch the view of Busan city on the Youngdusan Mountain, where the Busan Tower is located
- Gamcheon Culture Village: San torini of Korea
- Jagalchi Market: Relax and release all stress with fresh seafood
- Gukje Market: The energetic market where refugees once ran it after the Korean War
- Yonggungsa Temple: The temple on the seaside stiff
- The famous beach of Busan where tens of millions of visitors come to visit, Haeundae
- Dongbaekseom island: where many poets visited to feel the scenery of forest and ocean
- Nurimaru APEC House
- The only UN Memorial Cemetery: Vestige of 16 combatant nations of the Korean World

desde 476,05 €

Immerse yourself in the cultures and traditions of Korea in this half day tour!

Making Kimchi allows the participants to learn Korean history and culture, with the activity itself guided by a professional kimchi maker. After the kimchi-making session, you may taste the kimchi you made and even have it packed up.

Next, we'll try on Hanbok, a traditional Korean dress often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. The term itself means ""Korean clothing,"" but it refers to the hanbok worn during the Joseon period and is worn in traditional festivals and celebrations.

Afterwards, we'll head for a visit at the Bukchon Hanok Village, a traditional village composed of alleys and hanok, which is preserved to show a 600-year old urban environment.

We'll also visit the Samcheongdong Road that streches from Gyeongbokgung Palace to Samcheong Tunnel. Past the tunnel is the the Samcheong Park, famous for its thick forest and scenic views.

Our last stop is at Insa-dong Street, an important place located in the heart of the city, where old but precious and traditional goods are on display. Within the alleys of this street are galleries, traditional restaurants, tea houses and cafes

Gyeongju (??) was the capital of the Silla Kingdom, a dynasty that flourished for almost one thousand years of Korea’s proud five thousand year history. The Silla (??) Kingdom was originally established in the southern area of modern-day Korea, but eventually spread as it banded together with neighboring states and became known as «Unified Silla». The Silla Dynasty was one of the most developed civilizations in the world during that time period. People came from faraway lands to trade with the Silla people, many even settling in the area. Silla was said to be a land of extravagance and forward thinking.

Busan is Korea’s largest port city filled with endless excitement and pleasant surprises. Every year, tens of thousands of visitors from all over the country and around the world flock to Haeundae, Songdo and Gwangalli Beaches to relax or to attend festivals. The city annually hosts the International Fireworks Festival and the Busan International Film Festival, while regularly holding various events at Centrum City, the world’s largest department store. Other must-see tourist sites include Taejongdae Resort overlooking the sea, Yongdusan Park, Yonggungsa Temple on a cliff, and the Jagalchi Market.

Points of interest/ itinerary:

- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto
- See Anap Pond(Anapji) at a Silla palace in Gyeongju National Park
- Jagalchi Market: Relax and release all your stress with fresh seafood
- Yonggungsa Temple: The temple on the seaside stiff
- The only UN Memorial Cemetery: Vestige of 16 combatant nations of the Korean World

desde 528,3 €

Lotte World se encuentra situado en el corazón de la ciudad y es el lugar perfecto para pasar un día entretenido mientras haces turismo. Este parque de atracciones está lleno de emocionantes atracciones, como una pista de hielo, diferentes tipos de desfiles, además de un museo del folclore, un lago y mucho más. Lotte World se divide en un parque temático de aventura una vez dentro del edificio, mientras que fuera se encuentra el parque temático de la "Isla Mágica", justo al lado del lago Seokchonhosu. Lotte World Adventure (la parte de aventura) tiene varios distritos que representan diferentes países y cuentan con unas completas instalaciones, así como con tiendas de souvenirs. Podrás disfrutar de desfiles, multitud de películas, espectáculos de láser y una variada cocina internacional, incluso durante los festivos. Magic Island está al aire libre y te ofrece el deslumbrante Castillo Mágico, junto con emocionantes atracciones de vértigo que no puedes encontrar en ningún otro lugar. Asegúrate de no perderte el tranquilo paseo que rodea el lago.

Una de las principales razones que atrae a los turistas a Lotte World son las atracciones. El Gyro Drop y Gyro Swing son las más populares, ofreciendo caída libre desde 70 metros de altura. También podrás experimentar la emocionante sensación de estar dentro de un tornado; lo más seguro es que tengas que quitarte los zapatos antes de subirte, ya que es muy probable que se te salgan durante el trayecto. El Flume Ride es un largo barco con una ola de gran altura y el barco pirata español se balancea unos 75 grados, proporcionándote una experiencia electrizante. Además de la emoción de estas atracciones, Lotte World también ofrece una gran variedad de desfiles y espectáculos de láser. Unos 200 artistas cantan y bailan al ritmo de la música en el Desfile Mundial del Carnaval, lo que llena el parque de aún más emoción.

Después de disfrutar con las atracciones, no te olvides de patinar en la pista de hielo y de visitar el museo. La pista de hielo se encuentra en la parte interior, en el piso B3, y se encuentra abierta durante todo el año. El ambiente es muy agradable, lo que lo convierte en un lugar perfecto tanto para familias como para parejas. El horario de apertura es de 10.30 a 22.30, incluso durante los periodos festivos. Incluye un restaurante, ventanilla de billetes, bar de snacks, tienda de deportes, servicio de alquiler de patines y vestuarios.

Por otro lado tenemos el Museo del Folclore, el museo más popular entre los turistas extranjeros. En él se exponen objetos de la cultura coreana, algunos de ellos con más de 5000 años de antigüedad, además de pueblos en miniatura y un área de juegos. La disposición del museo tiene la finalidad de llamar la atención de los visitantes y las exhibiciones son fáciles de entender. Además los recursos audiovisuales y los modelos en miniatura hacen que sea aún más divertido.

After pick you up from your hotel, transfer to Goyang-si for ""My Love from the Star"" Special Exhibition in KINTEX. It includes:

The house that Do, Min Joon & Cheon, Song I used to live in - Actual film set
Shooting experience in balcony space (Chroma-key)
3D Video Theater
Shooting with the cast of ""My Love from the star (Chroma-key)
Book of Do, Min Joon & Cheon, Song I (Media Table)
3D Video of "My Love from the Star" and Do, Min Joon's Door
Exhibition of SBS drama props and photos

After watching the drama, move to Odarizip for lunch where you can enjoy both Korean food and K-POP, and see autographs left by popular Korean entertainer. Then, go to the N Seoul Tower which is not only the landmark of Seoul but also the shooting place of many dramas. Head to Gangnam with Han River Cruise and finally reach SM Town Artium in COEX, where you can buy souvenirs, see hologram consert, record studio of SM Singers.

See all of ""My Love from the Star"" in Special Exhibition in KINTEX!
Enjoy both Korean Food and KPOP in Odarizip
Visit the hottest tour places, Seoul N Tower and Han River Cruise.
Enjoy KPOP in SM Town Artium.

Depart from your hotel and journey towards Mt Seoraksan, also known as Mt. Sorak, the highest amidst Taebaeksanmaek Mountain Range which boasts beautiful landscape and scenery all year round. The national park, designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, covers 154 square miles (398 sq km) and is home to more than 2,000 animal species and 1,400 rare plant species. As you follow your guide along a well-maintained path, keep an eye out for a variety of animals such as musk deer.

Next, we'll proceed to the Gwongeumseong Fortress by cable car. It is also called Gwon-Kim Castle as there was a legend that two generals named Gwon and Kim built the castle to avoid war. As you ascend, view the interesting rock formation of the Gwongeumseong region, including Ulsanbawi Rock, and watch the East Sea come into sight.

With your guide, visit the mountain's Shinheungsa Temple, with its giant bronze Buddha standing guard, before being transferred to Daepohang Port Fish Market, where eel, flounder, yellowtail and gourmet seafood are sold. See the lively stalls and restaurants surrounding the fish market, selling dishes featuring the local seafood.

desde 164,41 €

La Zona de Seguridad Conjunta, o la JSA por su denominación en inglés, es el único área fronteriza de la zona desmilitarizada donde los soldados norcoreanos y surcoreanos se ven las caras.

Destacamos
- Visita la sala de conferencias de la Comisión de Armisticio Militar y el puesto de vigilancia GP3
- Descubre la historia del puente sin retorno
- Sorpréndete con la calidad del Jinseng Center y la Amethyst Factory
- Relájate a bordo de nuestros vehículos equipados con aire acondicionado

Siente la inquietud que se respira en la zona más hostil del mundo. Técnicamente, las dos Coreas siguen en guerra y la JSA, la Zona de Seguridad Conjunta o Panmunjeom en coreano, es la zona oficial de conferencias de las dos Coreas. La JSA ha sido reconocida desde que se firmó el acuerdo de armisticio en 1953, después de tres años de guerra continua. La tregua se firmó como un acuerdo de alto el fuego temporal para que después se firmara un tratado de paz permanente, que aún no sucedió. La negociación del armisticio duró dos años y se hicieron más de 760 reuniones. Sin embargo, la firma duró tan solo doce minutos, envuelta en un ambiente tenso y sin ceremonias.

Visita la sala de conferencias y entra en la sala central de los siente edificios de conferencias. Aprovecha la ocasión y pasa por encima de la línea de división marcada en el centro de la habitación.

Sal de la sala de conferencias y explora el puesto de vigilancia número 3 del Comando de las Naciones Unidas, rodeado por Corea del Norte en sus tres lados. Contempla las montañas del norte y los pueblos de los alrededores.

Cruza el «Puente sin retorno», el punto focal del incidente más cruel de JSA, también conocido como «el incidente del asesinato con hachas de 1796».

Pasea por el campamento Bonifas, un puesto del Comando de las Naciones Unidas llamado así en honor a uno de los oficiales norteamericanos asesinados en 1796. El Camp Bonifas es hogar de un campo de golf de un solo hoyo rodeado por minas sin explotar, conocido como el campo de golf más peligroso del mundo.

Visita la Casa de la Libertad, ubicada en Panmunjom o «el pueblo de la tregua», el lugar donde se llevan a cabo todas las negociaciones entre las dos Coreas. Este punto es, tal vez, lo más cercano que un viajero jamás se pueda acercar a Corea del Norte.

La JSA es una pequeña porción del territorio de la zona desmilitarizada de Corea. Las dos zonas son inseparables ya que toda DMZ fue creada bajo el acuerdo de armisticio firmado en 1953.

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Otros
Nacionalidades restringidas para el tour: Afganistán, Cuba, Irán, Irak, Libia, Corea del Norte, Corea del Sur, Pakistán, Sudán y Siria.
Ten en cuenta que al final del tour haremos una breve parada para hacer compras.


desde 119,11 €

Most people understand Korea for K-pop and strong IT Industry. But, have you noticed Korea is the country has thousands of history and a racially homogeneous nation?

HIGHLIGHTS :

* Learn about the past, present and future of Korea’s culture and politics
* Explore Gyeongbokgung Palace, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces
* Discover life in Korea from ancient times to today at the National Folk Museum

If you are international traveler, you might know Seoul is one of rare cities has hundreds years history footprints. You will see high-tech right next to thousand-year-old tradition. Palace is the one of popular historical places. Chosun Empire has ended in 1910 while Seoul has been the capital of Josun dynasty for the past 500 years. There are 5 important palaces you don’t want to miss and they are the most popular places for visitors.

What is first impression of the word Palace? Place for kings and noble families? It is true but only the part of it. You will see the area where kings and families lived with 2000 people ruled whole nation. There is only parts of palaces remain which makes many people find they are only for king and family. Palace was the place for discussion how to rule the country. The palace was like a huge company runs a big organization, nation where 2000 people are working together inside. Most people now understand the palace only for king and family after modern city development.

After the Second World War, family of Korean empire became normal average people and there is no more empire. All palaces belong to Republic of Korea. Does your country have king and family? Do you still have the palace for them? There is no more king and family in Korean society. But most of Korean all remembers them and their history as they are all important part of history although it was not happy ending.

There were 2 big important functions of palace. Kweol is where all governors, ministers, scholars and king got together and made important discussion and decision. ""Koong"" is located in the center of the palace where king and king’s family stay. You can enjoy more if you understand the whole palace was designed for efficiency of communication with people who visit or stay palace. There are places for politics, living area for king and family, and gardens. Take a close look and feel how all the functions and locations are designed and connected. There are 5 palaces in Seoul. Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Changkyeong-gung, Gyeongungung(Deoksu Palace), and Gyeongheegung.

Eastern Asia palaces are noticed that the mainly common characteristics of the design are naturalism and humanism but the philosophy behind and representation style element are differed from the country.

desde 56,01 €

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