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Busan: Full-Day City Tour

1. Busan: Full-Day City Tour

Board a comfortable air-conditioned van or coach and head to the Taejongdae Cliff as you begin this full-day tour. Your guide will lead the way to the Danubi Train ride. The Danubi Train makes several stops for you to enjoy the best views of the magnificent rocky seaside cliff. Take in the full view of Songdo Beach from the 365-meter-long curved Songdo Skywalk. Through the glass-floored walking paths you’ll be able to look down to the blue ocean waters. Stop to enjoy lunch in the beautiful Songdo Market. Afterwards, continue to the colorful and quirky Gamcheon Culture Village and Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, before heading back to your departure point.

Busan: 90-Minute Afternoon Sightseeing Cruise

2. Busan: 90-Minute Afternoon Sightseeing Cruise

Your Busan sightseeing adventure departs from Jagalchi Market and heads off for a leisurely 90-minute cruise. Head up to the top deck of the 3-storey boat for the best views, then sit back and relax as you glide by some of Busan’s most iconic sights and attractions. During the 90-minute boat ride, admire panoramic views of the city’s skyline and marvel at a selection of Busan's landmarks such as Amnam Park. Other highlights of the boat tour include, Yeongdo Bridge, the most famous and historic bridge in Korea, and Kangkangee Culture Village, where local women in Korean war times utilized the shipping industry to support their families. As you sail through Busan, watch out for the colorful lighthouses dotted along the shore, and catch a glimpse of Saengdo Island, which is in the shape of a kettle. Enjoy breathtaking views across the magnificent cliffs of Taejongdae Park, before the boat turns around and heads back to the original departure point, where the tour ends.

Busan: Night Viewpoints Small-Group Tour with Evening Cruise

3. Busan: Night Viewpoints Small-Group Tour with Evening Cruise

Start your night tour with a romantic cruise along the coastal side of Busan. See the lights sparkling on the city's landmarks along the Haeundae Beach. Admire breathtaking landmarks such as Nurimaru APEC House on Dongbaek Island, Centum City, Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Korea's largest marine bridge), the unique scenery of Igidae Park, Oryukdo Island, the rocky coastline and forests of Taejongdae, Busandaegyo Bridge, and Jagalchi Fish Market. Next, head over to the panoramic viewpoint at Hwangnyeongsan Mountain, located in the heart of Busan. It is the 2nd-highest mountain within the city and is the perfect spot to take amazing snapshots of the city's night skyline. Then, visit the Busan Cinema Centre where endless light patterns and visuals are projected across the whole building. Here, you can experience the contemporary side of the city which is considered as the heart of the film industry in Korea. Finally, take a walk around the neighborhood before enjoying a comfortable ride back to your accommodation. Within a few days after the tour, you will receive photos of your tour date so you can remember all of these unforgettable memories.

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What people are saying about Busan

It was very well organized. Ktourstory was amazing and so were our guides (one of them is Nami). They gave just enough information (not too much like from schooltrips) about each destination and tourists spots. We also had enough time to visit each location except the Gamcheon Culture Village, which is located not too far from Busan train station. You can of course choose to stay longer and travel on your own afterwards so you can explore more the village.

Mira, the guide, was very friendly and happy to answer questions along the way. The sea views are beautiful and Mira made sure we did it the opposite way round to the crowds so we could enjoy the scenery. The beach is not that amazing and I would miss this to spend longer at Gamcheon village, which is gorgeous!

Hayden was super. Excellent service. Very helpful and knowledgeable. Speaks good English Still waiting for the group pictures he promised

It was fun and the places was so beautiful. Especially the sea view at the temple. Thank you Mira and Sunny.

steve is a friendly and funny guide.Enjoy the tour