I decided to book this tour since I would be traveling to Busan for the first time alone. I wanted a chance to see the city without worrying about taking buses or trains to get around. This tour was led by Paul and Su! They were both extremely helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. At each stop we were given free time to explore the the various stops.The temple, observatory, lighthouse, and Gamcheon Culture Village were all beautiful and interesting places to explore. I was able to take photos through out the day. Our lunch stop was also a delicious experience. I would recommend this tour for anyone who wants to have a full day of exploration by the sea and touristy fun at the Gamcheon Culture Village.
Our group of 8 really enjoyed our Busan City Tour and felt that it was great value. Our guide, Haram, was very attentive to our needs and was fun to be with and well informed about his city. Do not miss this tour, particularly if you are only in Busan for a short time. It takes you to all the best tourist sites without being rushed although a little more time to explore Gamcheon Village at the end of the tour. Thank you, Haram, for being such a great guide - and so good looking as well, always an added bonus for us old ducks!!
This was such a lovely day! Busan is not quite a walking city, so it was very useful to be able to access several great sightseeing locations that I may not have otherwise been able to get to on my own in the limited time I had in Busan.
My tour guide was Julien, who was genuinely fun company, ferried us to various locations. I absolutely loved Taejongdae, and Gamcheon Cultural Village and Yonggungsa were delightful as well, and the Songdo sky bridge was quite cool. The four stops were appreciably different to give a well rounded experience, and I am glad that I took this trip. The only minor detractor was that it was hard to keep our even small group able to find and get back to the vehicle in a timely fashion, which made us late on more than one occasion, which meant waiting in the car if one was on time. I think that is just a side effect of being left to our own devices at each location, which I prefer over school trip style tours, so that's just part and parcel, I think!