Seoul makes me really encouraged in terms of a tourist destination. My friends often inquire me if whether traveling Seoul is costly. Well, I do not feel that way. Weighed by the U.S. dollar, Korea is affordable. However, the good news is that there are so many top attractions in Seoul that one can accomplish for free or cheaply.
Enjoy the Seoul town bus tour:
For the 1st timer to Seoul, this’s my top suggestion for your 1st day. Korea’s government running city bus tours – making a budget tour absolutely feasible across the nation. With a city bus tour, it’s simple to get around and explore the major locations within a day. It reaches almost each tourist destination you find in your guidebook. The greatest thing is, it costs just 10,000W ($ 9 USD), which’s economical in comparison to a cab.
Take the DMZ tour:
As the tensions amid the South and North mount, why don’t you take a DMZ Korea tour to comprehend the history of what goes on at the front line.
Tours vary from full-day & half-day and consist of lunch. Itineraries differ from DMZ line, Mt. Dora Observatory, Panmunjom/JSA, third infiltration tunnel, Freedom Train, etc.
Cultivate Seoul’s arts & festival scene:
While other towns and cities in Korea provide a savor of a “historical & conventional Korea”, Seoul is your doorway to a more contemporary and international scene. Explore the galleries and art museums. Furthermore, Seoul has galas like Buddha’s Day & annual Hi Seoul Festival that kicks off in October.
Explore Seoul from the back of a moped:
I heard Seoul drivers are very crazy on the roadways. But it is essentially the food-delivery mopeds, that factually make up their personal rules at times. Nonetheless, Seoul is rather exciting, when you are sighting it from the back seat of a moped, racing over bridges and flying through traffic. You sense like you are getting to comprehend a little of that passionate local energy that Seoul has.
If you have a friend in Seoul who has a scooter, then its time to rule the roads!
Spend a night at a Korean spa:
If you’re a regular watcher of Korean play, you might already understand that going to the spa or bathhouse is a part of Korean custom. You can unwind in one of the varied saunas filled with jade, crystals, salts, ice, charcoal – and immerse in the toxin-free waters which are believed to assist cure diverse diseases.
The greatest thing is, you can spend a full day there for under $ 13, making it economical in comparison to a small hotel.
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