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4 Days Seoul Package

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4 Day 3 Nights
Availability : All Year Round
Seoul
Seoul
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 20

Incredible South Korea Tour

Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Seoul and South Korea!  See all that Seoul has to offer, and take a trip to see the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea.  

One of a kind museums, shopping, and more await you: call China Tour at (888) 878-1777 to book your trip or fill out our form!

Tour Details

Services Included:
1. Accommodation on twin bed sharing basis with breakfast;
Hotel: Fraser Namdaemun Seoul
2. Seoul on private full tour with English driving guide;
3. Half Day DMZ tour with English guide on Seat In Coach;
4. Entrance ticket.

Services Excluded:
1. International flights from the US/Canada to Seoul, as well as transportation to/from the above city;
2. Entry visa fees (if applicable);
3. Gratuities to guides & drivers and any expense of personal nature;
4. Our tour package does not include Travel Insurance. Please DO purchase the Travel Insurance before your trip to against any unforeseen circumstance.

Important Remarks:
1. DMZ tour is off on Monday, Passport is required to join DMZ tour
2. If Hotel is not available, we will provide you with same class Hotel.
3. Gyeongbok Palace off on Tuesday, DMZ, Museum tour off on Monday

Dates & Rates

Departures Dates

  • Tue - Fri
  • Sun

Deluxe

  • $1199
  • $1199

Premium

  • $1399
  • $1399

Single Room Suppliment

  • $490
  • $490

Remarks:

1) Rates are in U.S. funds, per person, based on double occupancy. Tour cost includes fuel surcharge. U.S. and China air taxes & fees (include 9/11 security fee) are listed clearly for your note. Please note airline fuel surcharge, U.S. and China air taxes & fees are beyond our control and therefore subject to change without prior notice.

2) Air transportation in conjunction with land tours, based on the applicable airfares on participatingcarries, subject to the rules and regulations of the class,fare and service of the individual airlines. Due to special contracted net agreements, supplements or credits for air deviations may NOT be equal to published airfare differentials.

3) Transpacific Airfarearesubject to change and any increase in airfare is not included in the tour fare. Depending on airfare class differences, the airfare may be non-refundable and subject to full cancellation penalties.

4) Air seats are limited, add-on airfares are subject to change until ticket issued. Foradd onfrom specific US domestic cities, please contact our agent.

5) Tour extensions may not includeweekendsurcharge. ChinaTour.com endeavors to follow the itineraries precisely: however, if flights are not available at the scheduled time, ChinaTour.com reserves the right to modify the air and land arrangements from smooth operation of the tour.

6) All prices listed above are per person in U. S. dollars based on double occupancy. If three adults need to share one room and the third person asking forextrabed, the third person’s price will be the same as others.

7) Children 11 years and under who share a room with two adults and do not ask for an extra bed will be charged the listed child fare or 75% of the regular adult price; if they need an extra bed in the same room with two adults, the cost will be 90% of the regular adult price. Children 12 and older will be charged at the regular adult price.

8) Early depart or late return is allowed, the ticket change fee is $50 per person each time, in addition to airlines surcharge for different air class and weekend if necessary.

9) Please contact agent for your preferred airline, additional cost may apply. Additional baggage charges may apply.

Itinerary

Day 1Arrive in Seoul

Upon your arrival at Seoul International Airport (Incheon), you will meet your driver and head to Seoul. The rest of day is free to rest or explore the city.

Day 2Seoul (American Breakfast)

After breakfast, embark on a full day tour of this modern yet ancient city of Seoul. Visit Gyeongbokgung Palace – Korean Folklore Museum – Jogyesa Temple – Presidential Office – Ginseng Shopping center –Jongmyo (UNESCO Heritage Site) – Gwangjang Market – Bukchon Hanok Village.

Return to your hotel.

Day 3Seoul (American Breakfast)

After breakfast, a half-day tour to the DMZ based on Seat-In-Coach (DMZ) will be the highlight of your day. Visit the DMZ between North Korea and South Korea. The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a region on the Korean peninsula that demarcates North Korea from South Korea, and no one is permitted to tour the DMZ unless they are part of a tour.

Roughly following the 38th parallel, the 150-mile-long DMZ incorporates territory on both sides of the cease-fire line as it existed at the end of the Korean War (1950–53). Including Imjingak Pavilion- Freedom Bridge – The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel – DMZ Theater – Dora Observatory – Dora Train Station – Unification Village – Amethyst Factory.

Afterward, you’ll be dropped off at city hall.

Day 4Seoul –Next Destination (American Breakfast)

Today you’ll be transferred to the airport to board your flight to your next destination.

Important Remarks:

1. DMZ tour is off on Monday, Passport is required to join DMZ tour
2. If Hotel is not available, we will provide you with same class Hotel.
3. Gyeongbok Palace off on Tuesday, DMZ, Museum tour off on Monday

General Info on Seoul, South Korea:

Seoul is the capital and largest city in South Korea. The official name of the city is the Seoul Special Metropolitan City. Seoul is situated in the northwest part of South Korea on the Han River.

The city is bordered by eight mountains, as well as the more level areas of the Han River plain and western areas.

The average elevation in Seoul is 38 meters (125 feet) above sea level.

Settlement of the Han River area, where present-day Seoul is located, began around 4,000 BC.

In 18 BC, the kingdom of Baekje founded its capital city, Wiryeseong, which is believed to be inside modern-day Seoul.

With the advent of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), the capital was renamed “Hanyang” and later “Hanseong.”

The king of unified Korea, King Yi Song-Gye, brought his court — replete with shrines, palaces, hundreds of thousands of workers, and a heavily fortified wall — to modern-day Seoul in 1394.

In the late 19th century, after hundreds of years of isolation, Seoul opened its gates to foreigners and began to modernize.

In 1910, the Japanese invasion captured Korea and the city of Seoul. During the following 35 years Seoul existed under Japanese colonial rule. Palaces were destroyed and the Korean culture appeared to be in jeopardy.

Korea survived and Japanese rule ended in 1948. During the Korean war Seoul experienced warfare 4 times, only to become the capital again in 1953. Since that time Seoul has been growing rapidly and continuously.

Today, Seoul is considered a leading and rising global city, resulting from an economic boom called the Miracle on the Han River, which transformed it into the world’s 4th largest metropolitan economy in 2017.

Fashion- and technology-forward but also deeply traditional, this dynamic city combines temples, palaces, cutting-edge design and mountain trails, all to a nonstop K-Pop beat.

To go with its long history, the Seoul Capital Area contains five UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Changdeok Palace, Hwaseong Fortress, Jongmyo Shrine, Namhansanseong and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty.

Best Time to Visit South Korea

The Korean peninsula is blessed with four distinct seasons, meaning spring and autumn are prime travel days.  Between April and June, the beautiful cherry blossoms are in bloom, and from September to November, precipitation is limited and the temperature is cool enough to enjoy plenty of time appreciating the leaves changing colors and the several festivals that take place during the fall.

Summer on the other hand can get quite humid and muggy, and the peninsula actually gets a lot of rain in July and August.  The winter can offer a gorgeous change in scenery, but those averse to snow may want to visit Korea a different time of the year.

Average Temperatures in Seoul

Winter: 34 F
Spring: 70 F
Summer: 82 F
Autumn: 64 F

Things to do in South Korea

Gyeongbokgung Palace (see Day 2 above) was where the Joseon emperor lived for hundreds of years before being partially destroyed by Japanese troops in the 20th century.  The palace has since been restored and it, along with the pavilion and pond, remains one of the top attractions in the nation’s capital.  The National Palace Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museum are on the palace grounds.

 

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