Busan has endless possibilities for the world-traveller, from mountain tops to sprawling beaches to bustling markets bursting with freshly caught seafood. This port town is one of the most popular destinations in South Korea thanks to its varied landscape and eclectic collection of activities, and has garnered global attention for it is burgeoning International Film Festival, held in October each year. Make time on your holiday to visit Gamcheon Culture Village and Jagalchi Fish Market, two must-see stops for soaking up that iconic South Korean culture.
Found 7 tours in Busan
Do you think the world looks more beautiful at night? Then the stunning nightscapes you'll see on the "Busan City Tour Night Scenery - Yongdusan Park, Gwangan Bridge & more" experience will astound you. The tour includes a stop at the Busan Port View Space, an observatory built into the hillside, where you get a good look at the sparkling lights of the city skyline; Igidae Park, for a relaxing walk along the coastline; the iconic Yeongdo and Gwangan bridges; and the enormously popular Gwangalli Beach, where you can walk across the fine sandy beach, enjoy some dinner and listen to the waves crashing on the shoreline.
The "East Busan City Tour - Visit Oryukdo Skywalk, Yonggungsa Temple & more" tour is a great way to get a taste of all that Busan has to offer. It begins at the ever-popular Oryukdo Skywalk, where tourists can ‘walk out over the sky’ on a viewing platform 35 metres above the ocean. Here, you can enjoy the amazing views of Busan, sprawling all the way out to Daemado Island. Afterwards, the tour stops at the deeply spiritual, one-of-a-kind Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, and following on from that is the Jukseong Dream Church. This "East Busan City Tour - Visit Oryukdo Skywalk, Yonggungsa Temple & more" experience, full of beautiful ocean views, is definitely not one to miss out on.
Revel in the natural splendour of Geoje and Oedo Island. Gaze out over the picturesque terrace garden at Oedo Botania, explore Windy Hill, and discover why these southern islands are the paradise you’ve been waiting to explore in South Korea. A day spent outdoors appreciating Korea’s unique natural beauty is a blissful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life in this fast-paced country.
Explore Korea’s most sacred treasures as you venture into Gyeongju, home to some of the most renowned Buddhist art as well as culturally and historically significant sites in East Asia. Meander through the ancient streets of Yangdong Village, marvel at the masterful Seokguram, located in the famous Bulguksa Temple complex, and bask in the beauty of Gyeongju National Park. This intrepid expedition highlights the remarkable legacy of the ancient Silla Kingdom and places you right in the centre of the country’s most extraordinary landscapes.
This Gyeongju private tour is the perfect introduction to the stunning city of Gyeongju. The tour consists of a number of stops throughout the city, beginning at the tranquil Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto, both of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Following this is a visit to the ancient Daereungwon and Cheonmachong tombs where you can see relics that date back thousands of years. You can also stop past the Cheomseongdae Observatory and the Gyeongju National Museum for more insight into the history of this magical city. This tour is filled with experience and is great for the history lovers, or anyone looking for a lot of sightseeing in a short amount of time.
The JeongGeo Wall Painting Village Tour includes a little bit of everything for the earnest traveller. The tour focuses on the breathtaking beauty that is Busan, and includes stops at Songdo Beach, a small yet popular beach that is a hit among both locals and tourists alike, the Oryukdo Skywalk, where you can take in a bird's-eye view of Busan’s beautiful beaches, and the Jagalchi Market, Korea’s largest seafood market. You'll also see the wall paintings of JeongGeo Village, where the bright, colourful artworks that cover the walls make for a perfect photo opportunity, and experience the authentic taste of Korean culture at Gamcheon Culture Village.
Are you tired of travelling by foot? Then take the "Skyline Luge in Tongyeong Cable Car - Hallyeosudo National Park & more" tour and travel through the air instead. Whether you'd prefer seeing the amazing view from a cable car as you glide up the mountain or a fast-paced ride down the Skyline Luge, you'll be thrilled by the sights and sounds of this picturesque province. The tour includes a second gondola ride that provides an extensive view of the countryside and coastline, as well as the opportunity to explore Dongpirang and Seorang Villages: two bustling, artistic seaside villages that are filled with beauty, culture and experience.