1 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Jeju

Tour Code: DK72831

Tour Duration: 1 Days 0 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, UNESCO, Spring, Landscape

Tour Route: Jeju

1 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Jeju

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Day 1 Jeju

Jeju Stone Park

Sangumburi

Hagi Uragami Museum

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5 Days Korea Winter Tours Seoul Pyeongchang-gun Chuncheon

Tour Code: CK38720

Tour Duration: 5 Days 4 Nights.

Tour Themes: Company, Winter, Classic, Ski

Tour Route: Seoul - Pyeongchang-gun - Seoul - Chuncheon - Seoul

5 Days Korea Winter Tours Seoul Pyeongchang-gun Chuncheon

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Seoul Free Day

Day 2 Pyeongchang-gun

Alpensia Ski Resort

Day 3 Pyeongchang-gun

Pyeongchang-gun Free Day

Day 4 Seoul

Namsan Park

Seoul N Tower

Namsan Hanok Village

Day 5 Seoul

Namiseom Island

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8 Days Korea Winter Tours Seoul Busan Gyeongju

Tour Code: CK36670

Tour Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights.

Tour Themes: Winter, Classic, Couple

Tour Route: Seoul - Busan - Gyeongju - Seoul

8 Days Korea Winter Tours Seoul Busan Gyeongju

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Seoul Free Day

Day 2 Seoul

Deoksugung Palace

Cheonggyecheon Stream

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Day 3 Seoul

Seoul Free Day

Day 4 Busan

Dalmaji Road

Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Gwangan Bridge

Day 5 Busan

Seokguram Grotto

Gyeongju Bulguksa Temple

Tumuli Park

Day 6 Seoul

Seoul Free Day

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1 Days Korea Summer Tours Seoul Chuncheon Gapyeong

Tour Code: DK65925

Tour Duration: 1 Days 0 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Summer, Landscape

Tour Route: Seoul - Chuncheon - Gapyeong - Seoul

1 Days Korea Summer Tours Seoul Chuncheon Gapyeong

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Namiseom Island

Petite France

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20 Days Best of British Isles Tour

Tour Code: UK20-008

Tour Duration: 20 Days 19 Nights.

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Tour Route: London-Warwick-York-Edinburgh-Inverness-Glasgow-Liverpool-Dublin-Limerick-Tralee-Waterfor-Cardiff-Plymouth

20 Days Best of British Isles Tour

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20 Days Best of British Isles TourDAY 1Arrive in London, EnglandWelcome to London! Tour guides are available to help you make the most of your stay.DAY 2LondonMorning sightseeing with a Local Guide includes all the famous landmarks: the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben beside the River Thames, Westminster Abbey, Whitehall’s mounted horseguards and the Prime Minister’s Downing Street, Piccadilly Circus, and Buckingham Palace. Highlights are a visit to ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL and the ceremonial pageantry of the Changing of the Guard, if held. This afternoon, why not join an optional excursion to Windsor Castle or the Tower of London, and later, maybe an optional dinner followed by a cruise on the River Thames. (Breakfast)Changing of the Guard"Changing the Guard dates to Henry VII (reigned 1485-1509) and was designed to show military discipline as well as ceremony. The tall bearskin hats were introduced in the 18th century to make the soldiers look taller and thus more frightening, and they were adopted for ceremonial use in 1832. The ceremony we know today started in the late 1800s and involves real soldiers who fulfill all military duties, guarding the Queen being just part of their service."Tower of London"Since its founding in the 11th century, the Tower of London has served many roles: impregnable fortress, royal residence, armory, treasury, home of the famed Crown Jewels, and a prison for those who offended the monarchy. To this day it is guarded by the “Beefeaters,” a name that likely originates from when Tower guards were paid part of their salary with chunks of beef, a practice that continued until the 1800s."Houses of Parliament"Big Ben may be the most famous feature of the Houses of Parliament, but equally impressive is the hammerbeam ceiling of Westminster Hall. The Hall dates back to 1097 and, at that time, the roof was supported by pillars. During the reign of King Richard II (14th century), however, it was replaced by the hammerbeam roof seen today. This roof – its beauty and sustainability – is even more impressive when you know its history. It was built with beams made from trees that were ancient at the time, reputedly acorns, dating back to the 6th century (or earlier). If only these walls (beams, rather) could talk!"Buckingham Palace"Amid the splendor of modern cities it’s hard to imagine what places looked like before they became what we know today. In a previous incarnation, the ground where Buckingham Palace now stands was a mulberry garden cultivated by King James I as food for silkworms. The silk industry he hoped to nurture never materialized, and eventually a roadhouse was built there, followed in due course by the Blake House, Goring House and Arlington House.Originally known as the Buckingham House, built as a townhouse by the Duke of Buckingham in 1709, the estate was acquired by King George III in 1762."DAY 3London–Oxford–Stratford-Upon-Avon–WarwickMeet your Tour Director and traveling companions and depart London at 8 am for a lovely day of sightseeing: a special visit to admire the breathtaking ORNAMENTAL GARDENS of Henry VIII’s Hampton Court Palace; Runnymede, site of the sealing of the Magna Carta; and a walking tour in the university city of Oxford. At Stratford-upon-Avon, visit SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHPLACE and take your pictures of Anne Hathaway’s Cottage. Tonight, enjoy a welcome dinner at your hotel. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 4Warwick–YorkA spectacular start to the day with a special, pre-public-opening guided tour of magnificent WARWICK CASTLE. Marvel at the opulent Great Hall and State Rooms, and visit the former private apartments. Later, in York, stand in awe in front of the great Minster, then follow your Tour Director through a maze of quaint streets, including the narrow Shambles. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 5York–Abbotsford–Edinburgh, ScotlandSee a section of Hadrian’s Wall, and in Jedburgh, take pictures of the abbey ruins and the house of Mary, Queen of Scots. Then, take a guided tour of Sir Walter Scott’s newly refurbished ABBOTSFORD HOUSE, and after the tour, enjoy a CUP OF TEA and SHORTBREAD at the brand new visitors’ center. Spend the next two nights in Edinburgh, the Scottish capital. Tonight, consider an optional Scottish evening with Highland dancers, bagpipers, and the Ceremony of the Haggis. (Breakfast)DAY 6EdinburghMorning city sightseeing with a Local Guide introduces you to the 200-year-old “New Town” and famous scientists, inventors, and novelists. In the “Old Town,” drive up the narrow Royal Mile to EDINBURGH CASTLE to admire Scotland’s Crown Jewels, then explore HOLYROOD PALACE (except when the Queen is in residence). Later, a unique optional experience: board the former Royal Yacht Britannia to see how the Royal Family and crew of 240 lived and worked on board. Dinner rounds off this optional evening. For departures July 28 through August 18, tickets are included for tonight’s performance of the world-renowned MILITARY TATTOO. (Breakfast)DAY 7Edinburgh–St. Andrews–Braemar–InvernessDrive over the elegant Forth Road Bridge and through Fife to St. Andrews, whose Royal and Ancient Golf Club has given us the rules of golfing. Then, through Braemar, home of the Royal Highland Games, to BALMORAL CASTLE (when available). Overnight at Inverness, the Highland capital. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 8Inverness–Fort William–GlasgowAt CULLODEN VISITOR CENTRE, hear the story of the crushing Hanoverian victory over Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Scottish clans. Then, enjoy a day full of Highland splendor: Loch Ness with its mysterious monster, Fort William beneath Ben Nevis, Loch Linnhe, and haunting Glen Coe. Motor across wild Rannoch Moor to the “Bonnie Banks” of Loch Lomond for a CRUISE on the loch before heading south to Glasgow. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 9Glasgow–Lake District, England–LiverpoolOn the way through the Lowland Hills, stop at Gretna Green, where the blacksmith used to wed runaway couples. Enter the beautiful Lake District and visit Grasmere, home of poet William Wordsworth. In Liverpool, visit the award-winning BEATLES STORY, an atmospheric journey into the life, times, culture, and music of the “Fab Four.” (Breakfast)Gretna Green"There are many legends of love that surround Gretna Green – the first town encountered across the Scottish border. For centuries, Gretna Green has been synonymous with elopement and blacksmith marriages, although marriage by a blacksmith is more legend than fact. Until the 18th century, church marriages among the lower classes in Europe were almost unheard of. Instead, lower class weddings were usually looked at as “marriage by declaration.” When England passed the Marriage Act of 1754, establishing church weddings as the only legal form of marriage, a sudden industry began over the border in Scotland, where couples could still wed by declaration. Scottish “blacksmith priests” began working in pubs and inns and the eloping couples came in droves."DAY 10Liverpool–North Wales–Dublin, IrelandCross the border into North Wales and drive to lovely Betws-y-Coed and through the incomparable landscapes of Snowdonia National Park. After a stop at tongue-twisting Llanfair..., board your FERRY at Holyhead for the crossing to Dublin. (Breakfast)DAY 11DublinAn orientation drive in the Irish capital includes statue-lined O’Connell Street, elegant Georgian squares, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Then, visit Oscar Wilde’s TRINITY COLLEGE, famous for the 1,200-year-old Book of Kells and the magnificent Old Library. Maybe take in an optional dinner outing to the Guinness Storehouse? (Breakfast)DAY 12Dublin–Kildare–LimerickAcross the Curragh to the IRISH NATIONAL STUD at Kildare. On the way to Limerick, see the Rock of Cashel, Tipperary, and on arrival, an orientation drive acquaints you with St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle, and the stone where the Treaty of Limerick was signed in 1691. Tonight, an optional banquet at Bunratty Castle. (Breakfast)DAY 13Limerick. West Coast ExcursionA breathtaking view of the Clare coast from the 668-foot CLIFFS OF MOHER, then a drive across the limestone plateau of The Burren to the port city of Galway. Next, a real Irish farm experience at RATHBAUN FARM. Try your hand at scone making, and learn from the farmer about sheep shearing and dog whistling. Afterwards, enjoy COFFEE and your SCONES, fresh from the oven. (Breakfast)DAY 14Limerick–Adare–Ring of Kerry–TraleeVia quaint Adare with its pretty thatched cottages, and Killorglin on Dingle Bay, join the spectacular RING OF KERRY for a 100-mile panoramic drive around the island’s southwestern tip. Take your photos of the Lakes of Killarney, then spend some time in this resort town before arriving in Tralee. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 15Tralee–Blarney–WaterfordMorning visit to Blarney, renowned for its magical Kissing Stone. Time for lunch, to walk up to the castle, and to shop for traditional Irish handicrafts. In the afternoon, proceed via Cork to Waterford, a stronghold founded by the Danish Vikings, where you join a guided tour of the HOUSE OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 16Waterford–Cardiff, WalesBy FERRY from Rosslare across St. George’s Channel to Pembroke and a drive through South Wales. Tonight’s optional excursion is to Cardiff Castle for an evening of Welsh entertainment and dinner. (Breakfast)DAY 17Cardiff–Bath, England–Glastonbury–PlymouthFirst this morning, Georgian Bath, with time to explore the amazing excavations of the ROMAN BATHS, then focus on King Arthur’s Glastonbury. Visit pretty Widecombe-in-the-Moor as you head across Dartmoor to Plymouth, your destination for the next two nights. (Breakfast)DAY 18Plymouth. Cornwall ExcursionCross the River Tamar on your way to the pretty shark-fishing village and former smugglers’ port of Looe. Back in Plymouth, a leisurely afternoon. See the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrim Fathers embarked in 1620, and hear about Sir Francis Drake. Maybe an optional cruise on Plymouth Sound. (Breakfast, Dinner)DAY 19Plymouth–Stonehenge–Salisbury–LondonTwo sightseeing highlights on the last leg of your journey: first, try to figure out the intriguing riddle of STONEHENGE, then stroll through pretty Salisbury with its vast cathedral. Return to London around 4 pm. How about celebrating the success of your vacation by taking in one of the great West End shows? (Breakfast)Stonehenge"Built in several stages starting around 3,000 BC, Stonehenge remains one of humankind’s biggest mysteries. While science is still trying to determine the purpose behind this famous prehistoric monument, it is generally assumed to be some sort of astronomical observatory that reflects the changing trajectory of the sun through the sky and the seasons"DAY 20London
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13 Days Korea Spring Tours Seoul Suwon Busan Gyeongju Jeju

Tour Code: CK33084

Tour Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Spring, Beach

Tour Route: Seoul - Suwon - Seoul - Busan - Gyeongju - Busan - Jeju - Seoul

13 Days Korea Spring Tours Seoul Suwon Busan Gyeongju Jeju

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Seoul Free Day

Day 2 Seoul

Gyeongbokgung Palace

National Folk Museum of Korea(Korean folklore Museum)

Jogyesa Temple

Day 3 Seoul

Changdeokgung Palace

Jongmyo Shrine

Insadong

Day 4 Seoul

Seoul Free Day

Day 5 Seoul

Seoul Free Day

Day 6 Busan

Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Dalmaji Road

APEC Nurimaru

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7 Days Korea Autumn Tours Seoul Chuncheon Sokcho Daepo-dong Pyeongchang-gun Jeju Yongin

Tour Code: CK34764

Tour Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Autumn, Climbing, Couple

Tour Route: Seoul - Chuncheon - Sokcho - Daepo-dong - Pyeongchang-gun - Seoul - Jeju - Seoul - Yongin - Seoul

7 Days Korea Autumn Tours Seoul Chuncheon Sokcho Daepo-dong Pyeongchang-gun Jeju Yongin

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Namiseom Island

Day 2 Sokcho

Selcohome Zoo Paradise Yagiyama

Daepo Port

Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm

Day 3 Seoul

Mysterious Road

byodoin omotesando street

Day 4 Jeju

Mt.Hallasan National Park

Jeju Trick Eye Museum

Seongsan Sunrise Peak(Seongsan Ilchulbong)

Day 5 Jeju

Namsan Park

Seoul N Tower

Namsan Hanok Village

Day 6 Seoul

Everland Theme Park

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3 Days Korea Summer Tours Jeju

Tour Code: NK69253

Tour Duration: 3 Days 2 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Culture History, Summer, Landscape

Tour Route: Jeju

3 Days Korea Summer Tours Jeju

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Day 1 Jeju

Camellia Hill

Dakigaeri Gorge

Teddy Bear Museum

Day 2 Jeju

Oedolgae Rock

Cheonjeyeon Waterfall

Jeonbang Waterfall

Day 3 Jeju

Bijarim Forest

byodoin omotesando street

Jeju Dongmun Traditional Market

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1 Days Korea Summer Tours Busan

Tour Code: NK68368

Tour Duration: 1 Days 0 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Culture History, Summer, Landscape

Tour Route: Busan

1 Days Korea Summer Tours Busan

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Day 1 Busan

Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Jagalchi Fish Market

BIFF Square

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14 Days Korea Seoul, Mt. Seoraksan National Park, Naksansa Temple, Andong, Haeinsa Temple, Gyeongju, Busan Tour

Tour Code: KR14-005

Tour Duration: 14 Days 13 Nights.

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Tour Route: Seoul-Sokcho-Andong-Gyeongju-Busan

14 Days Korea Seoul, Mt. Seoraksan National Park, Naksansa Temple, Andong, Haeinsa Temple, Gyeongju, Busan Tour

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14 Days Korea Seoul, Mt. Seoraksan National Park, Naksansa Temple, Andong, Haeinsa Temple, Gyeongju, Busan TourTour Code: KR141 Departure Date: You Choice! Custom Days: 10.13..18..20.. Days Tour Route: Seoul - Korean Folk Village - DMZ & 3rd Tunnel - Mt. Seoraksan National Park - Naksansa Temple - Wang Gok Traditional Farm Village - Andong - Haeinsa Temple - Gyeongju - Busan - Seoul (Could Customize)You can always customize a similar tour based on this itinerary. Day 1: Arrive in SeoulArrive at Incheon International Airport in Seoul, where you will be met and transferred to your downtown hotel. After check-in the balance of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Seoul.Day 2:Seoul - Korean Folk Village - SeoulA morning tour of Metropolitan city of Seoul includes Gyeongbokgung Palace, passing by Blue House (Presidential Residence), the National Folk Museum of Korea, and N Seoul Tower on Mt. Namsan for a bird's-eye view of Metropolitan city of Seoul. An afternoon tour visits Korean Folk Village outside of Seoul. Overnight in Seoul. Includes: (B).Day3:Seoul - DMZ & 3rd Tunnel -SeoulToday tour includes the North Korea's 3rd Infiltration Tunnel within DMZ (Demilitarized Zone), Mt. Dora Observation Platform for a view of the North Korean territory, and Dorasan Railroad Station opened in DMZ. Overnight in Seoul. Includes: (B).Day4:Seoul - Mt.Seoraksan National ParkToday, we journey to Mt. Seoraksan National Park, making it the "Alps of Asia". This afternoon explore Mt. Seoraksan National Park with visits to Gwongeumseong Fortress by cable car, Sinheungsa Temple, Cheonbuldong Valley, and Biseondae (Flying Fairy Rock). Overnight at a hotel at the foot of Mt. Seoraksan. Includes: (B).Day5:Mt.Seoraksan National Park - Goseong Unification Observatory -DaejinHarbor -Naksansa Temple-a Temple Stay ProgramThis morning drive to Goseong Unification Prayer Observatory set at the edge of the demarcation line which is a symbol of the Korean people's long-cherished desire for the unification of the two Korea. Visit Daejin Harbor, where you will have your own independent tour to explore this small exotic harbor. Afterwards, visit Naksansa Temple, set at the edge of the ocean, built in 671 A.D. After a tour of the temple, you will have a Temple Stay Program at the temple to experience Temple Life and Buddhist Culture. Lunch & dinner at the temple to experience a temple food. Accommodations at lodging quarters in the Temple. Includes: (B), (L), (D).Day 6:Naksansa Temple -Wang Gok Traditional Farm Village-a Farm Village Stay ProgramAfter breakfast at the temple, you will have more temple stay program, and then drive to Wang Gok Traditional Farm Village. You will have a Farm Village Stay Program at the village. Lunch & dinner at the village to experience a village food. Overnight at houses of the village. Includes: (B), (L), (D).Day 7: Wang Gok Traditional Farm Village - AndongWake up. Climb a hill at the back of the village and see a spreading view of the village at the summit of the hill. After breakfast at the village, travel to Andong along the crystal east coast. Andong is one of the last living vestiges of old Korea, where still is very conservative and traditional, a stronghold of Confucianism. Overnight in Andong. Includes: (B).Day 8:Andong - Hahoe Historic Village - HaeinsaTempleA morning tour of Andong visits Dosanseowon Confucian Academy and the Korean Traditional Paper making Factory. Proceed to Hahoe Historic Village, the best preserved traditional village of Joseon Dynasty, added to the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List in 2010. Continue to Haeinsa Temple which is one of three greatest temples of Korea, established in 803 A.D., whose Depositories and Tripitaka Koreana Wooden Printing Blocks were added to the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List in 1995. Overnight at a hotel in the temple village. Includes: (B).Day 9: HaeinsaTemple - GyeongjuAfter a morning tour of Haeinsa Temple, travel to Gyeongju, where was the capital of the Silla Dynasty from 57 B.C. to 935 A.D. and designated by the UNESCO as one of the world's ten most historically significant sites with numerous relics of that era, and is called the "Museum Without Walls". A n afternoon tour of Gyeongju includes Bunhwangsa Pagoda, Gyeongju National Museum, Anapji Pond, Cheomseongdae Astronomical Observatory, Royal Tumuli Park, and the 15th century built Family Choi's House. Overnight in Gyeongju. Includes: (B).Day 10: Gyeongju - BusanA morning tour of Gyeongju visits Bulguksa Temple, added to the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List in 1995, and Seokguram Grotto, added to UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List in 1995. Continue to Busan, the country's principal international port city, the San Francisco of Korea. An afternoon tour of Busan visits Yongdusan Park, Busan Tower, Jagalchi Fish Market, Taejongdae Seaside Cliff Park (Taejongdae Resort Park), and UN Memorial Cemetery. Overnight in Busan. Includes: (B). Day 11: Busan - SeoulDrive back to Seoul, passing the rolling, green countryside and clusters of unique tiled houses. Arrive in Seoul. The balance of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Seoul. Includes: (B).Day 12:SeoulA full day is shopping tour. The shopping tour includes Itaewon Shopping District, world widely well known and very popular to foreign visitors, Insadong Antique District, called "Mary's Alley" by foreigners, Korea's art and antique district reminds many visitors of a street museum, Dongdaemun Market, Korea's representative wholesale and retail market, established itself as the shopping kingdom of Seoul with about 20 shopping malls, 30,000 stores, and around 50,000 wholesalers, and Namdaemun Market, opened in 1964, the first largest traditional market in Korea with various goods in store such as children's, men's and women's wear. Overnight in Seoul. Includes: (B).Day 13:SeoulEnjoy a full day at leisure or for your independent activities. Overnight in Seoul. Includes: (B).Day 14: DepartureTransfer to Incheon International Airport for departure.
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