Tour del patrimonio culturale coreano: palazzi e villaggi di Seul con visita al Palazzo Gyeongbokgung

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Seul, Corea del Sud
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8 ore 30 minuti (appross.)
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Questo tour di un'intera giornata a Seoul offre uno sguardo approfondito sul ricco patrimonio culturale della Corea. Con la tua guida, visita le porte e i padiglioni del Palazzo Gyeongbokgung; sfoglia le mostre storiche al National Folklore Museum; e visitare il villaggio folcloristico coreano e il tempio buddista di Jogyesa. Goditi un pranzo coreano e un comodo trasferimento in pullman di andata e ritorno dal tuo hotel.
  • Tour guidato della tradizione coreana a Seoul
  • Lasciati stupire dall'architettura coreana mentre esplori i grandi palazzi a piedi
  • Sfoglia le mostre dei musei che mostrano l'affascinante storia della Corea, dall'antichità ai giorni nostri
  • Immergiti nella tradizionale cultura coreana e nel villaggio folcloristico coreano
  • Goditi un pranzo tradizionale coreano
  • Trasporto di andata e ritorno in hotel con pullman con aria condizionata incluso
Inizia il tuo tour storico di Seoul con il pick-up in hotel e incontra la tua guida a bordo del pullman. Ascolta la narrazione informativa mentre superi la maestosa Blue House - l'ufficio esecutivo e la residenza ufficiale del capo dello Stato della Corea del Sud e il Presidente della Repubblica di Corea.
Sbarca per visitare il Palazzo Gyeongbokgung, il primo palazzo reale costruito dalla dinastia Joseon e il più grande dei Cinque Grandi Palazzi. Lasciati meravigliare dalla grandiosità delle porte, dei padiglioni e delle sale reali mentre passeggia per i giardini durante una visita guidata. Presso il museo del folclore nazionale in loco, scoprite la vita coreana dall'antichità al XX secolo attraverso mostre di manufatti e repliche di modelli.
Riordina l'allenatore per il Tempio buddista Jogyesa dell'Ordine Jogye del Buddhismo coreano, che raffigura un Buddha illuminato nella sua sala principale risalente a 500 anni fa.
Intorno a mezzogiorno, vi fermerete da un centro di ginseng coreano prima di sedervi per un pranzo coreano in un ristorante locale. Nel pomeriggio, sarai accompagnato al Korean Folk Village, una vetrina vivente della vita tradizionale coreana e della cultura popolare. Cammina qui per assistere alla produzione della ceramica, alla tessitura di cesti e alla fabbricazione manuale di vagliate, strumenti musicali, oggetti di ricamo e bambù, legno e ottone.
Dopo questa coinvolgente esperienza, sarai trasportato di nuovo al tuo hotel di Seoul in pullman.
Nota: il Gyeongbokgung Palace è chiuso il martedì, nel qual caso visiterai il Palazzo Deoksugung. Questo complesso cinto da mura ospita il Museo della storia di Seoul, che visiterai anche con la tua guida.

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johnny.h.lee11
, ott 2017

This was a really great tour with very knowledgeable tour guides. The only portions which I didn't care for was the Ginseng Center and Red Pine presentations.

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dorayaki
, mag 2017

I joined the tour ith two lovely tourist guides Sunny and Winnie, who are both excellent at English. I got a lot of useful information regarding Korean culture thanks to them. I was lucky to have Winnie in two tours, this one and Nami island one. She is so cute and lovely. I travelled alone, Winnie knew it, so she took a good care of me, accompanying me and taking photos for me. Her knowledge of Korean history and culture is excellent and she is well capable of delivering it to us. My Korean trip was memorable thanks to her. I would have no hesitation to recommend Winnie and the tour.

Lovely Winnie, if you can read it, just know that I really love you. :D
From your Vietnamese girl

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T
, feb 2017

great way to start discovering Korean culture and tradition! we loved everything on this tour. lunch at Korean traditional restaurant was great experience!

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Richard A
, ott 2016

This was a two-part tour with the morning City tour with one guide and the afternoon Korean Folk Village tour with another.
The morning tour and guide were OK, although far from outstanding. A rather rushed affair literally sprinting after the guide.
There was, however, PLENTY of time for the compulsory Ginseng outlet stop for purchasing everything ginseng.

The guide for the afternoon Folk Village was simply awful. I finally told him that he should get off his smart phone and pay attention to his guests. There were only 5 of us on the tour, and the guide seemed far more interested in his cell phone than in his paying customers. Really insulting to us.

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Kenneth M
, ago 2016
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Kenneth M
, ago 2016
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Barbara B
, lug 2016

The tour was what I expected, it was very interesting and the guide was very knowledgeable. We had a good lunch in a picturesque Korean restaurant.

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Madeline G
, lug 2016

We thought this a very good tour to give an overall view of Seoul both present and past. We were lucky that the rain held off until after the changing of the guard which is a do not miss. Our guide was very informative and easy to follow.

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bkawano
, lug 2016

The first guide was soft and couldn't hear. She needed that speaker thing on their neck. The 2nd one was good. Rushed us but stayed at a Ginseng place for 45 minutes. Wasted our time.

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Ellen W
, lug 2016

I signed up for a full-day tour of Seoul, and received less than 3 hours of actual guided touring, some of which was in very limited/poor English.

I was picked up at 8:40 from my hotel, and the tour bus made it to the first site at 9:30. My morning tour guide was very knowledgeable, so you could get information if you asked a lot of questions, but information wasn't just provided automatically. In the cultural museum, we stopped so she could give us a quick overview of the history of Korea, and then sped through the rest of the exhibit didn't stop walking fairly quickly again until we hit a mandatory bathroom stop. It was raining, so I would have thought we could spend a little more time in the museum to make up for moving more quickly through the outdoor parts of the tour, but we only went to one exhibit, and spend about 15 minutes in the museum.
By 11:00 we were at the amethyst factory - my advice is to stop at the cute little local cafe next to the amethyst shop and get some coffee and chat with the barista rather than do some forced shopping no one on our tour bought anything. We made it to lunch by 11:30 and they quickly banged out some basic Korean food - it was decent.
After lunch things got much worse. Two of my fellow tourists and I got into a van with ?Brian? to go to the villages. We started driving at 1 and made it to the villages at 2. From about 2:15 - 2:45 I pestered Brian with constant questions that he often didn't understand due to limited English. After that half hour, he told us the tour part was over and to meet up at 3:30 to leave. I was stunned. I'm a curious person, so I'd been very excited to have someone to answer my questions so that I didn't have to puzzle over the signs - but the signs actually knew more than Brian.
Finally, I was dropped back at my hotel around 5:30 traffic, except...it wasn't my hotel. Brian had confused which location was my hotel, and before I could correct him, he was gone and I was stuck.


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