Busan, is Korea’s second largest city, emerging from the shadow of a province to full of pep and character, it is a good place to find yourself. It’s time you book transport and find out why Busan is my favourite city in South Korea.
Busan to Seoul is regularly served by high-speed trains, and there are well connected buses to the rest of South Korea. Busan is located on the Gyeongbu Line, one of South Korea’s main subway lines, which is the country’s second largest subway line.
Busan’s metro has three lines, which makes getting around easy, and connects all major cities as well as many towns and villages.
It is comparatively cheap and very fast to travel around South Korea, and a two-week tour is possible.You can also fly. Busan is truly one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Korea, not to mention the hugely popular Gamcheon Culture Village, which has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Busan. Coupled with its beautiful scenery, good food and great culture, Busan is the perfect destination for those who want it all.
Busan is the home to over 80 performance venues, of which over 30 are public facilities, including the Busan Opera House, Gyeongnam Music Hall and Gangneung Music Center. Busan even has excellent beaches. You should also spend a few days in Jeju on your South Korean trip.
One of the things you should experience in Busan is Samjin, the most famous chain of shops serving Eomuk.
Yongdusan Park is one of South Korea’s most popular tourist destinations and is home to a number of tourist attractions including the Gwanghwamun Museum and Seoul Museum of Art. There are a lot of things to see and do in Busan.
You can also choose to rent a car to explore Busan and the surrounding destinations to get the best views of Busan, at your own leisure.
When visiting South Korea, you should definitely buy the KORAIL Pass, which is available for foreigners, this is a cheap rail ticket. Hotels in Busan are more expensive than the rest of South Korea, but cheap enough.
Busan offers many things to do and see, so make sure you plan ahead otherwise you may lose out on visiting some real cool places.
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