Commencing in Seoul and ending in Busan this 5 day tour explores areas which have kept their traditions and ancient heritage.

Seoul’s history is uncovered with visits to Gyeongbokgung Palace and Jogyesa Temple before travelling 30km to the Hwaseong Fortress surrounding the centre of Suwon. Transfer to Daegu where Haeinsa Temple is located in Gaya National Park protecting 80,000 printing plates containing Buddhist scriptures. Daegu is also home to the largest herbal medicine market in Korea hosting over 1,000 traditional medicine related businesses. In Gyeongju, the spiritual and cultural capital of Korea, take a city tour of the “museum without walls”, including an observatory dating from 634. End the tour in Busan.

DestinationSouth KoreaCities & LocationsSeoul, Suwon, Daegu, Gyeongju and BusanDuration5 Day / 4 Nights

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SeoulSeoul will entice you with its lively culture, vibrant atmosphere and its energetic pace. Sitting on the Han River with an impressive skyline, this metropolis is considered one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Easily accessible, the capital city is made up of 25 districts, further sub-divided into smaller neighbourhoods – areas Read more


BusanWith something to offer everyone, this port city will charm you from the moment you arrive. As the country’s second largest city, it boasts beautiful stretches of beach with luxury hotels in the vibrant Haeundae and quieter area of Gwangan. Fish markets are abundant, with great fresh seafood a staple for many – Jagalachi Market, Read more

South Korea

South KoreaA captivating mix of old traditions and new wave popular culture, South Korea is unveiling a new and exciting side to Asia. Classical beauty and deep-rooted history sit side by side with modern innovation and a fast-paced food scene to tickle your taste buds, all encircled by a dramatic coastline that shifts from beach paradise Read more