Open top bus tour in SOUTH KOREA
Tickets for open top bus tours in SOUTH KOREA
Surprisingly, South Korea is still considered a mysterious country with a rich history and huge economic prospects. This country is not an object of mass beach holiday, but still attracts millions of tourists from all over the world who seek to explore the local attractions, many of which have become iconic.
A tour in South Korea on a double-Decker bus is the best way to get acquainted with the culture, architecture, history and the best attractions of the country in southern Asia. Here are perfectly preserved echoes of Buddhist culture of the Silla era, which are combined with Confucian manifestations of the Joseon era. As part of the tour, tourists have the opportunity to visit numerous Royal palaces, fortresses, temples and majestic Buddhist monasteries. Special attention of travelers deserve numerous Korean museums, which presents a huge range of artifacts belonging to different eras from the rich five-thousand-year history of the country.
Each tour on a double-Decker bus in South Korea from Opentopbustour company is conducted on the Hop-on Hop-off system, which provides maximum freedom of choice for the traveler and the opportunity to organize acquaintance with Seoul at their own pace. The concept of Hop-on Hop-off means that every tourist with a ticket for a tour can get off the bus at any of the stops to explore a particular attraction, walk or relax, and then continue the tour, waiting for the next bus stop on the route. During the validity of the ticket (1 or 2 days), tourists can go or take the bus an unlimited number of times.
The tour in South Korea by double-Decker bus in Seoul includes several routes for every taste, covering different attractions, as well as a special night tour that offers the opportunity to admire the capital of the country in the light of the evening illumination.
Many-sided Seoul is very rich in attractions, so to see all the interesting places in the city in just one day will be difficult. The most beautiful among the palaces of Seoul is the Royal Palace of Gyeongbokgung, built in the late XIV century during the reign of Joseon. Today, the Palace has more than 300 buildings and turned into an open-air Museum, where you can not only see the thematic museums and the throne room, but also walk through the beautiful Park with a lake.
The tour route passes by Changdeokgung Palace, located at the foot of the mountain. There is also a magnificent garden with a pond and centuries-old trees.
Each tour on a double-Decker bus in South Korea is organized so as to demonstrate Seoul from different sides. Tourists do not refuse to spare time to visit the shopping district of Medon, Chengyun Palace, Gwangjang market and open only in 2005, the Cheonggyecheon Park of the same stream.
A carefully thought-out tour in South Korea on a double-Decker bus gives a unique opportunity for a limited time to get acquainted with the best sights of Seoul and get a vivid impression.