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South Korea

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South Korea Itineraries

South Korea’s Seoul and Suwon in 2 Days

Preserved cultural heritage meets fantasy theme parks and skiing

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This is a country of contrasts in anyone’s language with a great wealth of beautiful temples, cultural sites and relics preserved by UNESCO World Heritage and a love of fantasy which manifests in the many theme parks and festivals. Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea, is the huge gateway city with its own preserved heritage in the walled downtown area including palaces and old residential districts. The entire city of Gyeongju in Gyeongsangbuk-do, once a Korean capital, is UNESCO World Heritage listed under the name of the Gyeongju Historic Areas.

Skiing and winter sports are a national past-time in winter (December to March) while theme parks such as Korea’s biggest, Everland, have creative rides and multiple attractions. Go ice-skating at Lotte World’s huge rink, find your way around the mazes at Maze Land on Jeju Island, see models of iconic buildings at Aiins world and – well, you’ll need be over 20 to visit Love Land! … To learn more about South Korea, check out their website . And until we find the perfect destination specialist (if that’s you, please contact us), we’ve sourced a great itinerary from Visit Korea.


What it Costs

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Prices often fluctuate dynamically depending on capacity, seasonality and deals. We don’t want to lead you astray by quoting exact prices that quickly become wrong. To give you a rough idea for budgetary planning purposes, though, we have indicated general price ranges for all points of interest.

Price ranges are quoted in local currencies.

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