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Natural attractions in Seoul

National Park
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Hailed as the capital's only natural reserve, Bukhansan National Park shelters a rich biodiversity tucked away amid three granite mountain pe
Tours from $68
Mountain
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Inwangsan is a mountain with a height of 338 meters, located in Jongno-gu and Hongje-dong, Seodaemun-gu, central areas of Seoul, South Korea.
Tours from $45
Water Body
Seokchon Lake , Seoul
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
As Korea is a country 70% of which is covered in mountains, hiking is the absolute perfect way to take in the surrounding beauty. Many locals enjoy hiking because it keeps them fit and healthy, and Bukhansan National Park is the perfect place to do that.The national park is a very diverse area in terms of landscapes. Here, you will find tall mountain peaks, tranquil rivers, and lots of spectacular colors. The best thing about our Bukhansan tour is that you can do it all year round, allowing you to choose your favorite season. Autumn, winter, and spring all offer something unique and beautiful.
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Water Body
Ilsan Lake Park , Goyang
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Take a break from the city at Ilsan Lake Park, a sprawling artificial lake park. Since opening in 1996, a wealth of outdoor activity and life
Island
Sebitseom , Seoul
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Sebitseom (세빛섬), also known as Sebit islets, are artificial islands in the Han River, Seoul, South Korea. It was built at the suggestion of K

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The Seoul metropolitan area has two districts especially appealing to backpackers--Jongno just northeast of the city, and Hongdae to the west. Both offer good shopping and dining, as well as easy transport links to the rest of the city. Mid-range options may prove difficult to find in peak season (July to August), unless you don't mind staying at a traditional hanok guesthouse, where loads of character make up for any lack of amenities. Finally, a range of top-end hotels with an impressive list of services and facilities lie scattered around the city.
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