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Busan is Korea's principal port and second largest city. As a port city, it is ranked third in the world in terms of the number of containers handled. It has numerous culturally attractive tourism resources characteristic and distinctive enough not to be found in any other city in the world. Its scenic coastal areas and clean sandy beaches located near downtown areas will add joyous memories to those who visit.

Beomeosa Temple is located halfway up Geumjeongsan Mountain. It has one thousand three hundred years old history. This temple was built by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year of King Munmu of the Silla Kingdom.

Gamcheon Culture Village
""Korea's Machu Pichu"" or ""Korea's Santorini"", these are the nicknames of the Gamcheon Culture Village and this village has many artistic collections.

Jagalchi Fish Market
This is the largest fish market in East Asia. Jagalchi Market sells diverse seafood and good quality dried fish at low prices. You can feel the humanity and vibrant of the city here.

Yongdusan Park
This park offers good resting place for Busan citizens. There are the Statue of Admiral Lee Sunshin, Flower Clock, the bell of new year's eve and the 120-meter high Busan Tower in the park. You can see all over Busan at the tower observatory. In addition, you can see Tsushima island, Japan, on a sunny day.

Gukje Market
This is the most important representative wholesale market in Busan. This market consists of several malls such as Ggangtong Market, Manmul Street and Changsun Shopping Mall. So this place has a lot to see. You can buy almost everything you want here and the prices are reasonable.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 90,35 €

First Day : D.M.Z Tour

DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is a buffer zone between two Koreas, bisecting the Korean Peninsula.

DMZ has been the most popular tourist spot of Korea for foreigners since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The purpose of the zone is to prevent the recurrence of war between North & South Korea.

The zone ranges 2 km north and south respectively from the ceasefire line of 1953. The land stretches across the Korean Peninsula 155 miles from the mouth of Han River to the East Coast.

It’s one of the most well-preserved wild-life refuges where peace and tension coexist. The President of Korea, Park Geun-hye, is pushing to build a “peace park” in the DMZ as a new symbol of political reconciliation and ecological conservation.

In essence, any DMZ tour is to experience the reality of division and to find the hope of future. The highlight of the tour is to explore a tunnel dug by North Korea. The tunnel was discovered by South Army as the third one among four tunnels, hence the name “The Third Tunnel”. It is a surreal experience to find a 1,635 meter tunnel at the depth of 73 meters underground. The infiltration tunnel was made by dangerous manual excavation work with dynamites, shovels and pick axes. The tunnel is located only four kilometers away from JSA, where the representatives of North Korea repeat their version of peace and reunification.

The other tourism spots include an observatory and a train station. The observatory sits on the top of a hill, from which you can observe the north area including the “Gaesung Industrial Complex”, the “Propaganda Village”, a huge statue of North Leader Kim Il-sung, etc. The train station is the northern most one of South Korea and it is physically connected to the North railway system, which again is linked to the Trans Eurasian Railway Network. Regardless of the frustrating diplomacy surrounding the Korean Peninsula, here you can find a hope to go to Europe by TRS (Trans-Siberian Railway).

After hotel pickup, visit the Gyeongdong Market, which is one of the largest herbal medicine and ginseng markets in South Korea. Supplying 70% the nation's herbal medicine ingredients, the market also sells agricultural products and fish. The market also has more than 1,000 related shops and oriental medical clinics in the area.

Your next stop would be at the oldest and largest wholesale market in Korea for marine and agricultural products. The Garak-dong Agricultural Market, which opened in 1985, is located at the Songpa-gu district of Seoul. The market offers independent sections for fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and fish in a large area spanning around 543,450 square metres.

Lastly, explore the vibrant Dongdaemun Market where you'll find an interesting mix of tradition and modernity. The market became the heart of the Korean textile industry in the 1970's and has further developed to become the center of Korea's wholesale and retail fashion industries. The Dongdaemun Shopping and Town Center Complex offers something for everyone. From materials such as burlap, faux furs, linen and silk, to beads and precious stones for making jewellery.

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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.

This tour will take you through the marvels of Haedongyonggung Temple, Haeundae Dalmaji Path, Dongbaek Island, Haeundae Beach, Jagalchi Seafood Market, Gukje Market.

Haedongyonggung Temple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. A temple by the sea.
Haeundae Dalmaji Path is a small walkway on the corner to Songjeong Beach sorrounded by beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees.
Dongbaek Island: There are many islands named Dongbaekseom Island in the South Sea where dongbaek trees thrive. Dongbaekseom Island in Busan used to be an island, but is now part of the mainland.
Haeundae Beach: is probably the most famous beach in the country.
Jagalchi Seafood Market is Korea's largest seafood market.
Gukje Market: Following the Korean War, refugees who had fled to Busan set up stalls in order to make a living, and this was the beginning of the ''Gukje Marekt''. The Gukje Market is one of Korea's largest markets each alleyway is crowded with stalls, and it connects to Bupyeong Market.

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

After hotel pick up, we will first visit MBC Dramia where Korea's traditional living spaces were reproduced in the land. MBC's memorable costume dramas such as "Moon Embracing the Sun", "The Great Queen Seondeok" and many more were shot here and more dramas are currently on production. You can walk through the alley of traditional market places, stroll in the palace, and become Joseon Dynasty's kings and queens yourself by trying out the royal costumes.

After that we will move to Odarizip for lunch where you can enjoy both Korean food and K-POP, also see autographs of popular entertainers in Korea. Then, head to N Seoul Tower which is the landmark of Seoul as well as a shooting place for many dramas. Afterwards, visit K-story which is a K-POP cafe run by Kim Hee Chul (Super Junior member)'s sister. Then move to Gangnam and finally reach SM Town Artium in COEX, where you can buy souvenirs, see hologram concert and the recording studio of SM Singers.

desde 101,23 €

The Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was the world’s first planned city. The Hwaseong Fortress is regarded as having been more thoroughly and systematically designed than comparable structures of its time, including those in Saint Petersburg, Russia or Washington, D.C. in the United States.

The Hwaseong Fortress, belonging to the Haenggung Palace of the Joseon Dynasty, was constructed for King Jeongjo in 1796. Haenggung is a subsidiary palace which accommodated the King’s temporary stays outside the main palace in the capital. The Hwaseong Fortress was constructed by King Jeongjo for his stays in the Haenggung when he made visits to the Suwon region to have memorial services for his father, Crown Prince Sadosaeja.

Aside from subsidiary palace functions, the Hwasung Fortress was also constructed to serve more practical purposes as the second capital of the Joseon Dynasty. King Jeongjo had in fact planned to move into Haneggung of Hwaseong Fortress when he became the supreme King after passing on his throne to his successor. However, with young King Jeongjo’s sudden death in 1800, the Hwaseong Fortress was forgotten by Koreans.

The Hwaseong Fortress stands as a testament to the advancements in technical theories and applications made during the Joseon Dynasty. An enormous amount of money and manpower was used in the project, on a scale of unprecedented in magnitude in the history of the Joseon Dynasty. It was an immense civil engineering project which could not have been initiated and completed without King Jeongjo’s unique determination.

Driving an hour to the south of Seoul, you can find a city named Suwon where have plenty of the sights. Cosmojin represents you the world heritage Suwon Hwaseong Fortress. King Jungjo of Joseon Dynasty emphasized splendor and beauty of structure during the fortress was built. When one of vassals asked why he is bothered about beauty, not the strength and solidity, he answered the fortress will surely win enemies by its beauty. Hwaseong Fortress is an unique castle that western and eastern theory of military facility was combined, particularly it is matchless in Korean history of castle construction.

desde 60,02 €

There is a great place to take a break from your hectic daily routine and have the time to look back with a picturesque landscape behind. It is Junam Wetlands in Dong-eup, Uichang-gu. People call this place ‘Paradise of Migratory Birds where People and Nature Coexist in Harmony.’ Junam Wetlands are one of the largest habitats of migratory birds in Korea. They consist of three beautiful reservoirs which are connected to each other: Dongpan Reservoir (3,990,000m²), Junam Reservoir (4,030,000m²) and Sannam Reservoir (960,000m²).

Featuring perfect conditions as a habitat of migratory birds, Junam Wetlands are crowded with tens of thousands of winter visitors in November every year. They spend the cold winter here until March next year. Therefore, people come here to see the amazing bird formation in winter. This year, in particular, the number of white-naped cranes (Natural Monument No. 203) and whooper swans (Natural Monument No. 201-2) significantly increased.

The Janggyeong Panjeon in the Temple of Haeinsa, on the slopes of Mount Gayasan, is home to the Tripitaka Koreana, the most complete collection of Buddhist texts, laws and treaties extant, engraved on approximately 80,000 woodblocks between 1237 and 1248. The Haeinsa Tripitaka woodblocks were carved in an appeal to the authority of the Buddha in the defense of Korea against the Mongol invasions. They are recognized by Buddhist scholars around the world for their outstanding accuracy and superior quality. The woodblocks are also valuable for the delicate carvings of the Chinese characters, so regular as to suggest that they are the work of a single hand.

Everland is home to over 40 heart-pounding rides and attractions. In addition to ‘Safari World’ featuring white tigers, tigers, lions and bears, ‘Herbivore Safari’ opened in April 2010, letting visitors get up close and personal with the safari’s giraffes, elephants, and ostriches. Everland is one of the most popular places in Korea for families, friends, and couples. Dragon Hill Spa - Basically a glorified jjimjilbang -- the large bathhouse-cum-saunas beloved by Koreans -- the Dragon Hill offers everything from facials to rooms aerated with crystal salts to the most punishing massage this side of Bangkok. Saunas and baths are segregated, but some areas are co-ed.

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Déjate fascinar por la joya tropical que es la isla de Jeju con este tour de jornada completa. Podrás visitar, acompañado de un experto guía local, los tesoros naturales de la isla y descubrir por qué se conoce a Jeju como “la isla de los Dioses”. Uno de los puntos destacados de este inolvidable tour es Seongsan Ilchulbong, un cono volcánico que surgió del fondo del mar en una enorme erupción hace más de 100.000 años. La cima está coronada por un gigantesco cráter rodeado de afiladas rocas que parece recién sacado de la película La Tierra Olvidada por el Tiempo.

Seopjikoji se encuentra en lo alto de un acantilado en la costa este de la isla. Es una enorme llanura sin árboles donde no sopla el viento, llena de murallas de piedra bajo un cielo azul intenso y desde donde sale un camino sinuoso que lleva al evocador faro que corona el acantilado.

Seongeup Folk Village se encuentra a los pies del Hallasan. Este pequeño asentamiento es un museo viviente de la cultura tradicional de la isla. Aquí encontrarás pequeños tesoros, como casas ancestrales, santuarios en honor a Confucio, antiguas sedes del gobierno, estatuas de piedra, grandes piedras de molino y las ruinas de una fortaleza.

Otra parada fascinante es el museo popular al aire libre de Jeju. Las más de 100 casas meticulosamente restauradas te transportarán a la última década del siglo XIX. Date un paseo por el pueblo de la montaña, la aldea rural, el pueblo pesquero y el pueblo del chamán, y descubre la cultura tradicional de la isla. La última parada es el espectacular templo budista de Yakcheonsa, construido en la década de los 90 según el estilo de la Dinastía Joseon temprana.

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