04 N ソウルタワー&韓国民族村

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Nソウルタワーは、ソウルの街並みを見られる理想的な場所です。半日のウォーキングツアーで韓国の歴史とソウルの魅力的な文化を発見し、韓屋で魅力的な韓国家屋を見てください。このツアーでソウルの情熱やダイナミックな歴史を見られます。

 

含め

- ホテルシャトルサービス
- 空港送迎サービス
- 日本語できるドライバガイド
- 入場料

 

除外

- サービス代
- 個人費用
- 食事よ飲み物

 

ご注意

- ナンサンタワーんの休日は毎週の火曜日なので、当日は他の場所に変わります。

*フォトクレジット: (c) 韓国観光庁

 

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Seoul N Tower - Namsan Traditional village - Insadong Street

 

Your tour of Seoul begins with hotel pickup and then you will head to N Seoul Tower, which sits atop Namsan Mountain. The letter "N" stands for the tower's "new look" since it was remodeled in December of 2005. 

 

Ride the elevator up to the observation deck, a major attraction that opened to the public in 1980. You’ll have about an hour to take in the 360-degree views of Seoul and the surrounding area from the 774-foot-high (236-meter) tower, which includes an outdoor terrace. The tower, standing at 236.7 meters, offers breathtaking panoramic views of Seoul and its surrounding areas. You can enjoy a budget food court at the ground floor or try Western cuisine at the revolving N Grill Restaurant. Enjoy the evening breeze and the surrounding scenery.


We will then continue to the traditional village of Namsan Hanok where you'll see five restored Korean houses, a pavilion, a pond and a time capsule among others. Take a leisurely stroll around the area and see antique items and furniture. 

 

Next, we will transfer to Insadong Street, located in the heart of the city. There is one main road in Insadong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, traditional teahouses, and cafes.

 

 

Please Note

- Namsan Traditional Village is closed on Tuesday, in which case you'll visit other place instead.

 

 

 

  • Nソウルタワーの最大の見どころは、幻想的なライトアップです。また「Nソウルタワー」の「送信塔」「展望台」「電信」「プラザ階」の4カ所にそれぞれ異なる照明をあてる華やかなライトアップも必見です。
  • ナンサン韓屋村で伝統的な韓国の家の姿も見れます。
  • 仁寺洞アンティーク通りでは、アンティーク工芸品や地元の芸術作品をお買い物できます。

ルート

  1. N Seoul Tower
  2. Namsan Traditional Village
  3. Insadong