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Accessible Seoul 3 Day Tour

787.50USD

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상품 정보

  • SellerKorea Wheelchair Tour
  • Duration36 Hour(s)
  • Meeting PointHotel of your stay in Seoul
  • Languages offeredEnglish, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indonesian

Overview

This tour gives you the opportunity to experience all of Seoul. You will explore the best shopping district, the most iconic landmarks, a fascinating river cruise and many unforgettable performance/street foods. Our tour is specifically tailored for travellers with physical disabilities or who have limited mobility (individual/couple/family/small group). We are finding more and more of our travellers are returning home from their tour having been moved by their travel experiences in Korea. And we are flexible and often able to arrange other activities in line with your personal interests. The more information you can give us prior to your arrival, the better we can meet your needs.

Highlights

- Tour the street of the shops filled with charming items. - Indulge in unique and flavorsome street food. - Visit the most remarkable landmark of Seoul. - Enjoy the must-see non-verbal performance such as Nanta. - Experience a honey-sweet day as local couples in Seoul. - Try on a Hanbok (Korean traditional costume). - Be amazed by the extraordinary beauty of the sunset cruise - Discover the major historic sites of Seoul. - Be enchanted by the ancient legends and traditions of Seoul. - Gain an insight into the Koreans’ lifestyle.

Inclusions

- All arranged land transport(accessible van/bus or normal sedan) including airport transfers - All accommodations(wheelchair accessible room) - Sightseeing/river cruise/attraction entrance fee/performance ticket listed in the itinerary - 3 lunches and 3 dinners. We are able to arrange for any special needs. Vegetarian, Vegan, Muslim (Halal food), but we cannot arrange for Kosher meals. As disabilities require different and specific accessibility services, please send us an inquiry for more details.

Exclusions

- Optional activities - All personal expenses - Any other service not specified in the itinerary

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Trip Detail Info

Myeong-dong/DDP(1st day)
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[1st day] Myeong-dong - The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony - Lunch - Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) - Nanta or Fanta-stick





[Point 1] Myeong-dong

Myeong-dong is a must-see for tourists. There is a mixture of street stalls and retail outlets selling everything from high fashion to casual attire as well as many Korean cosmetics stores offering high-quality products at competitive prices.


[Point 2] The Royal Guard-changing Ceremony 

The ceremony, which is held in front of Deoksugung Palace/Gyeongbokgung Palace, is a tradition similar to the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace and offers a rare opportunity to experience royal culture. Since 1469, the ceremony has taken place and its record has been consulted for the present reenactment ceremony. The reenactment of the original ceremony began from 1996. The gate guardsmen serve their sentry, perform the changing of the guards, and hold a parade.


[Point 3] DDP

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is the world’s largest atypical architecture. It is the most iconic landmark of the Korean design industry. Located at the center of the Dongdaemun area, DDP serve as a key venue for design-related shows and conferences, exhibitions, and other events and gatherings.


[Point 4] Nanta or Fanta-stick

Nanta is a top non-verbal cooking performance show about four chefs who must prepare a wedding banquet in just one hour. The plot is depicted through various genres of performances, including percussion that uses kitchen utensils to make beats based on traditional rhythms of samulnori (traditional percussion quartet).

‘Fanta-stick’ unravels a timeless love story with a fusion of Gukak(traditional Korean music) and percussion performance that will not bore the audience. Heart-beating sounds of powerful percussion rhythm and Heart-filling melodies of beautiful Gukak! The word ‘Fanta-Stick’ is combined with two words, ‘Fantastic’  and ‘Stick’, which is used for playing percussion.

N Seoul Tower/Insa-dong/Yeouido (2nd day)
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[2nd day] N Seoul Tower - Insa-dong Ssamziegil - Cheonggyecheon Stream - Han-gang(river) Cruise





[Point 1] N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower was built in 1969 as Korea’s first integrated transmission tower beaming television and radio broadcasts across the capital. The tower’s multifunctional space has an observatory, restaurants, a museum, a coffee shop, and souvenir shops and is frequented by families, friends, and couples who come to soak in the romantic ambience and gaze upon the stunning city view. A recent attraction for courting couples is ‘Locks of Love’, thousands of padlocks attached to the fence by romantic Seoulites symbolizing their undying affection.


[Point 2] Insa-dong Ssamziegil

Ssamziegil is a comprehensive shopping center located on the famous Insa-dong Street. It houses over 70 stores that sell various items, ranging from fashion and art to food and accessories, on four floors above the ground that are connected by spiral staircases. Moreover, diverse performances and exhibitions are regularly held on the first floor yard, while the open ceiling and the rooftop garden bring in natural elements for enhanced shopping experience.


[Point 3] Cheonggyecheon Stream

Located right in the center of Seoul, Cheonggyecheon Stream is a top tourist attraction that serves as a relaxing space for tourists. It is about 11㎞ long modern stream that runs through downtown Seoul. The stream starts from Cheonggye Plaza, a popular cultural arts venue, and passes under a total of 22 bridges before flowing into the Han-gang(river), with many attractions along its length.


[Point 4] Han-gang(river) Cruise
Operated by ‘Eland Cruise company’, Han-gang(river) Cruise is one of the best ways to enjoy the scenery around the Han-gang(river), which flows through the heart of Seoul. On the cruise, you can see beautiful scenery, various small islands, Jeoldusan Park, 63 Square, N Seoul Tower and other famous tourist spots.

Gyeongbokgung Palace - National Folk Museum of Korea - Insa-dong - Namsangol Hanok Village (3rd day)
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[3rd day] Gyeongbokgung Palace - National Folk Museum of Korea - Insa-dong - Namsangol Hanok Village




[Point 1] Gyeongbokgung Palace 

Gyeongbokgung Palace was the first royal palace built by the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung served as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty. It is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces in Seoul.


[Point 2] National Folk Museum of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea in 1993. Since its establishment, the museum has dedicated itself to studying and researching the folk history of Korea, and collecting artifacts from different Korean regions in order to pass on an insight into the lifestyle and culture of Koreans. The museum achieves this by offering visitors various seminars, exhibitions, performance art, concerts and hands-on activities.


[Point 3] Insa-dong

Insa-dong, located in the heart of the capital city Seoul, is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display. The streets of Insa-dong are aligned with big and small alleys on each side full of interesting shops, galleries, traditional restaurants, traditional teahouses, and cafes.
Not only young Koreans taking in the traditional sights and smells, but also droves of international visitors flocked to its streets to experience Korea’s traditional relics.


[Point 4] Namsangol Hanok Village

Namsangol Hanok Village is a collection of five hanoks (traditional Korean houses) from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), recovered from different parts of the city and relocated to the northern foot of Namsan mountain. At the hanok village, international visitors can participate in traditional Korean activities such as archery and enjoy traditional Korean performances as well. Anyone who is curious about Korean wedding culture should visit the village on the weekend when the wedding ceremony reenactments take place.

Sightseeing

Enjoy your accessible holidays in Seoul
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E-mail dayoff91@hanmail.net
Telephone number +82-0319780755
Address 10511,78, Jido-ro, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea,
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