Excursions with English-speaking guides in Seoul

Seoul is center of business and cultural life in South Korea, which ancient Buddhist temples are surprisingly harmoniously side by side with ultramodern skyscrapers. From the ancient palace complexes of 14th-17th centuries, you can get an idea of traditional architecture of Korea, which is quite restrained, except for unusual curved tile roofs. Throne rooms are finery, on the other hand. You can see them in all its glory on affordable, but very exciting observation excursion accompanied by English-speaking guide who will tell you about history of city and unique features of South Korea. In Seoul, Excurzilla advises you to visit:

  • Gyeongbok and Changdeokgung palaces, built around the 14th century. They are part of the group "Five great palaces" that make up the pride of Korean capital;
  • Bongeunsa temple;
  • Bukchon village is a residential district with traditional buildings, located right in middle of skyscrapers;
  • National Museum of Korea;
  • Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain;
  • cultural-exhibition centre Dongdaemun Design Plaza;
  • Cheonggyecheon park;
  • Seoul City Hall;
  • Gwangjang Market;
  • Seoul N-Tower.

These places are only a small part of what is worth seeing in Seoul. They belong to different eras, but very accurately convey the unique spirit of Korea. By choosing a excursion in English language, you will be able to get acquainted not only with historical and cultural heritage of city, but also with its grandiose present. A professional guide will help you not get lost in unfamiliar metropolis and show you maximum of interesting objects.

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