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Seoul Walking Tour with Inwangsan Hike & Lunch
This tour starts from the heart of Seoul and allows participants to leisurely walk through historical landmarks and vibrant downtown areas. The program, which includes a short hike to Inwangsan behind Gyeongbokgung Palace, provides an interesting experience for travelers seeking opportunities for city tours and outdoor activities in an unfamiliar foreign city. Exploring routes not easily experienced even by locals promises a wonderful time approaching and observing the actual lives of Koreans.
Take a short one-hour hike to the top of Inwangsan Mountain. Enjoy panoramic views of Gangnam, Namsan Mountain, and Seoul Tower, the lively downtown area, and ancient palaces that were royal homes for 500 years
Seochon Hanok village
Seochon is a neighborhood to the west of Gyeongbokgung Palace and is famous for being filled to the brim with delicious restaurants. However, many of these places are hidden in the alleyways of Seochon and not easy to access for the general public!
Following lunch, we'll proceed to Gyeongbokgung Palace, the former residence of the Joseon Dynasty's royal family. Immerse yourself in a detailed exploration of the palace's architecture and the cultural nuances of that era. Gain insights into the twists and turns of Korean history, spanning from the Joseon Dynasty to the present day.
You'll pass through Gwanghwamun, the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, and head towards Sejong-daero Street. Sejong-daero street is a vibrant area hosting Korean government buildings, major embassies, and statues honoring revered figures such as King Sejong and Admiral Yi Sun-sin.
Following Sejong-daero, the heart of Seoul, you'll make your way to Cheonggyecheon Stream. Constructed around 500 years ago for sewage treatment, the stream was covered in the 1970s and faded from memory. However, in the early 2000s, it underwent restoration, emerging as a beautiful oasis and a favored resting spot for Seoul citizens.
End your tour in Myeongdong shopping district. At Myeongdong, stroll around Korea's most prestigious area with established shops. For shoppers, there is a mixture of street stalls and retail outlets selling everything from high fashion to casual attire, as well as many Korean cosmetics stores offering high-quality products at competitive prices.
Number of Guests / Price per Person
- 2Persons / USD190
- 3Persons / USD150
- 4Persons / USD130
- 5Persons / USD110
- 6Persons / USD95
- 7Persons / USD85
- All admission fees
- Local English-speaking guide service
- Hotel Pick up
- Personal expenses
- Every Meal
- Gyeongbook Palace Closed: Every Tue.
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