Top Seoul Tour Packages
Seoul, the capital of South Korea's capital is located in northwest of Korean Peninsula. South Korea is encircled by the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the Sea of Japan. Visit this South Korean metropolis with Dook Travels’ carefully designed Seoul Tour packages and learn how to get the most out of your time in Seoul's districts, where old and new merge with modern living. There are twenty-five neighbourhoods in the metropolis. Seoul compensates 0.28 percent of South Korea's total surface area or 0.61 percent of the peninsula. In an area of 605.21 sq. km, 9,736,027 people are living there. There are various beautiful city gardens along the Han River, which flows through the town. It would be best to look for Seoul Tour Packages from India from Dook International to explore the beautiful Korean city. You can pick up from a stunning range of Seoul Holiday packages that capture the city’s spirit, let visitors stay in sumptuous lodgings, and offer exquisite meals. You could choose to book these stays included with flights.
Things to know about Seoul (South Korea)
The past of Seoul dates back roughly 2000 years ago, when Wiryeseong, the ancient capital of Baekje, was located along the banks of the Hangang Rivers from present-day Seoul. However, the city began to grow completely after it had been selected as the Joseon Dynastys (1392– 1910) capital in 1394. The building of railways, trolley tracks, parks, waterside systems, colleges and hospitals began with the port inauguration at the beginning of the nineteenth century, laying the groundwork for contemporary Seoul. Seoul, however, soon came to be affected by Japanese colonialism (1910 - 1945). It was followed by a slow industrialization process, which promoted the development of informal settlers all around the city. Seoul started changing into a new residential neighbourhood since these surrounding suburbs were soon considered as part of the city. Seoul arose from the ruins of war in the 1950s and with the aid of swift economic growth, advanced to become a global megalopolis in less than fifty years.
Seoul Air Base, Gimpo International Airport
Best time to visit
Subtropical Monsoon, Humid Continental, Humid subtropical
Experiences in Seoul
The historical, cultural, financial and political centres of South Korea are situated in this city of ten million people. As a result, there is much to see and enjoy if you are planning for a Seoul Tour. For instance, the Seoul Museum of Craft Art is an excellent addition to a city jam-packed with artistic locales. The huge colonial-style building, which is visually stunning and almost labyrinth in design, houses a variety of imaginative installations created by nine famous Korean artists. There are 4,000 ceramic tile mosaics by Kang Suk-young and the "The Stream of Time" chandelier by glassblower Kim Hun-Chul to the second and third floors of Building No. 3's along with two permanent exhibitions of Korean embroidery and bojagi and traditional wrap fabrics. Experience all these sites and many other attractions with Dook’s thoughtfully planned Seoul Packages.
Top Attractions in Seoul
Seoul is a dynamic and fascinating city that skilfully blends ancient history with trying-to-cut design and technology. Our Seoul Tour Packages from India will assure taking you to all these top attractions. The city is brimming with a wide variety of tourist attractions, from indoor amusement like seeing one of Seoul's many museums, to outdoor adventures like climbing Mount Namsan and its adjacent park. With five large palace complexes scattered all through the city and recently restored to their former grandeur, Seoul is also known as a city of palaces. Quite obviously, it's also famous for its cuisine, offering a delectable selection of local cuisine, Korean specialities like barbecue and fine-dining selections. Our list of the top Seoul sights and the aspects to accomplish will guide you to this exciting city's most incredible places to visit.
Plan A Trip To Seoul
Plan a Seoul tour with Dook to explore the province's fascinating farms, vineyards, rivers, and beaches.
You can experience riding a cable car up the mountain to the tower's base. One of the four viewing platforms in the building is a rotating restaurant, which could be reached simply by climbing from here. The N Seoul Tower offers five areas to eat and various gift shops. Perhaps one of Seoul's top French fine-dining restaurants is the GRILL, situated at the top of the floor.
See Seoul's local attractions. Take a private tour of the peaceful Cheonggyecheon Stream, magnificent Gwanghwamun Square, or the fascinating Jongmyo Shrine. With your friendly neighbour beside with, waiting are the inspiring adventures. Visit the brand-new Inside Seoul immersive media art exhibition, where 40 laser projections use five-dimensional mapping to create a simulated depiction of the city with the skyscraper at its heart. Boundless views are present from the tower, but also can be viewed from the other places in the city. With changing themed lighting displays, computer-controlled LED lighting on the tower's exterior provides a digital view of Seoul's heritage.
Visit to the Bukchon Hanok Village with our Seoul holiday packages to experience the educational and entertaining taste of traditional Korean architecture and culture. One may experience how it was to live in Korea 600 years ago by touring this restored district of various old villages. It is situated in the centre of Seoul, between the Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung castles. Hanks, or traditional Korean homes, can be found in neighbourhoods with tiny streets. It's a special place since it's a historical region that attracts many visitors, but it also provides a community feel as many resides there. A handful of the hanoks are museums that can be visited, whereas others are now guesthouses and bed-and-breakfasts.
One of Asia’s most prominent museums is situated in the Yongsan District (close to Itaewon). It is mainly concerned with archaeology, history and art and contains a sizable collection of inventions and objects that date back more than a million years. There are ancient and prehistoric artefacts along with a vast selection of objects and antiques, sculptures, paintings and other artwork. In addition, the War Memorial of Korea is a notable museum close by and worth viewing.
It stands 500 meters above the ground and is now the fifth-tallest skyscraper globally. The vase-like style's soft curves are meant to mimic traditional Korean pottery items. The 117th through 123rd floors at the top of the structure has several indoor and outdoor viewing facilities (Seoul Sky). The town is accessible from every angles and all day long magnificent views are offered. The SkyDeck, featuring the highest glass floor in the world, is situated on the 118th floor. The floor changes from murky to clear as if by sorcery, scaring unwary visitors.
The DMZ (Demilitarized Zone), a remnant from the Korean War, is the outer layer along the border separating North and South Korea. You can enter this susceptible and heavily fortified region in an official tour.
Our Seoul Tour Packages also allow you to depart Seoul's urban region and see some of rural Korea and the opportunity to visit the DMZ. The Half-Day Korean DMZ Tour takes you up and drops off in the centre of Seoul, takes to the significant locations in the DMZ region and brings you back to Seoul soon after lunch.
Gyeongbokgung Palace was built in 1395 and is the greatest of Seoul’s five grand palaces erected by powerful Joseon. It was often rebuilt and destroyed over the centuries, but following the Second World War, it was restored to its original beauty. In the 1990s, it underwent a comprehensive restoration. Located on the grounds, the National Palace Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museums of Korea are well worth visiting. Since the royal museum exhibits artefacts from Joseon Dynasty palaces, it is fascinating. It comprises of costly antiquities, artworks and regular cooking and cleaning goods.
Sema, as it's called to locals, is an extensive collection of contemporary art, mainly from the modern era and is situated behind the Deoksugung Palace. Though the museum of art has a good selection of international works and artists, it primarily exhibits Korean art and artists. In addition, unique collections and artworks are also exhibited through varying temporary exhibitions.
The collection is now in display on three floors of a sizable structure that once held the Korean Supreme Court. In addition, the museum has six additional satellite facilities around Seoul, each offering special exhibitions and rotating displays from the museum's review.
Korea's version of the White House is named the Blue House. It functions as the presidency of Korea's official house and the site of his and various executive state offices. The Blue House is located on an entire campus of buildings, all of which were built in traditional Korean architecture and has distinctive blue tile roofs from which it derives its name. Participants must apply and schedule their tour tickets for the available hour-long tours.
Dook’s Seoul Tour Packages means various places across the palace complex, including conference rooms, banquets and the Korean version of the Rose Garden, where the president of Korea holds press conferences. We promise you the best experience and facilities during the trip. So let Dook International be your tour partner and have fun in Seoul altogether.
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