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From Busan: Gyeongju UNESCO World Heritage One Day Tour

1. From Busan: Gyeongju UNESCO World Heritage One Day Tour

Enjoy a pickup from the center of Busan city and start touring Gyeongju with a professional tour guide. Visit a total of four historical attractions which uncover all the secrets of this mysterious, historic capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla.  Embark on a guided journey with a professional tour guide and capture the most recommended sights such as Yangdong Cultural Village, a UNESCO World Heritage site with traditional Korean houses. Admire the Seokguram Grotto, a UNESCO World Heritage temple site, and also the Bulguksa Temple where you can see the night view at the Donggung Palace & Wolji Pond.

Busan: Full-Day City Tour

2. Busan: Full-Day City Tour

Board a comfortable air-conditioned van or coach and head to the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple as you begin this full-day tour. After that you will go to the green landscapes of Taejongdae park. Follow your guide to the Danubi Train. Ride the Danubi Train which makes several stops for you to admire views of the magnificent rocky seaside cliffs. If the Taejongdae Danubi Train is not running go to the Busan Lotte Premium Outlet instead. Take a break for lunch in the Taejongdae area. Marvel at full views of Busan by walking along the gorgeous seacoast pathway in the Yeongdo Huinnyeoul Culture Village. Capture pictures of the beautiful coastline and the city skyline. Soak up the relaxed vibes of Busan as you walk. Afterwards, continue to the colorful and quirky Gamcheon Culture Village before heading back to your departure point.

Premium Photography Tour: Temple, Camellias Island & More

3. Premium Photography Tour: Temple, Camellias Island & More

Start your tour with hotel pick-up and head to Dalmaji Road, a small walkway on the corner of Songjeong beach with beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees. You will fall in love with the landscape of blue sea, sandy seashore, and clear sky. Next, visit Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, which is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. This superb attraction offers the rare find of a temple along the shore line; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. The temple was first built in 1376 in the Koryeo Dynasty - see how many huge Buddhist statues you can spot! After the temple visit, take a walk at Haeundae Beach, the most famous beach in Korea where young people come to have fun and enjoy their summer vacation. After a nice local lunch of traditional Busan food, head off to Dogbaek Island, which is named after its blooming Camellias. You simply need to follow the walking path to enjoy all the picturesque spots of the island to take photos to share with your friends! You will also walk on the shoreline of Busan via the Oryukdo Sky Walk. If you are interested in Korean history, you can learn a little bit more about Korean War at UN Memorial with your guide's thorough explanation about its story. To experience the bustle of the city, you will be taken to Busan Cinema Center and Centum City Department Store to do local shopping, mingle with the people, and experience what it's like to live as a local of the city of Busan.

Premium Photography Tour: Sky Walk, Fish Market, Observatory

4. Premium Photography Tour: Sky Walk, Fish Market, Observatory

After pick-up from your hotel, visit Songdo Sky Walk, a long, curving ocean trail that lets you enjoy the ocean view without getting wet. Venture out on to the viewing platform stretching out into the water so you can take pictures of the amazing coastline. After the walk along the sea, you will have a chance to take creative pictures to share on your social media at Gamcheon Culture Village, nicknamed the "Machu Picchu of Busan" with various graffiti, decorations, and sculptures. You will then continue on to Yondusan Park which contains the most popular mountain in Busan. Learn how the mountain got its name and how this mountain relates to the long history of Korea and the Korean War. Before the next stop, your guide will take you to a local restaurant for a chance to try popular Busan food. Then, explore BIFF (Busan International Film Festival) Square and Gukjet Market with lots of street food and stalls where you can observe the hustle and bustle of local Busan natives' lives. Jagalchi Fish Market will also give you a feel for Busan's unique fish market - this market is an iconic marker of the city of Busan. The tour will take you to Yeongdo Bridge, where you can see the bridge lifting up on one side to make way for large vessels. Your next stop will be Samwang Temple where the famous lantern festival is held, named a must-see temple by CNN. End your journey at Mount Hwangnyeongsan Observatory to enjoy an overview of the beautiful city of Busan.

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What people are saying about Busan

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What a wonderful excursion we had with Mira! Great way to see the coastline and get a taste of Busan on our first day. Mira gave us background on each place we visited, was super friendly, took lots of pictures for us ( & Ray did too!), showed us her favorite place to eat and made sure everyone was safe & no one left behind. Highly recommend this booking!

We had a great time thanks to our tour guide, Mr. Daniel. He is very knowledgeable and super friendly. Sadly we couldn’t visit Songdo Skywalk which we anticipated the most from this tour. Overall, it’s highly recommended.

I was able to see some of Busan’s best attractions and had a great time overall. Huge thanks to Nami for being such an awesome tour guide!

Friendly and funny tour guide. Transport was prompt and clean. Great Views. Definitely will recommend this trip.

It was a full pack tour! Very tiring but i was very satisfied!