Seoul City Tour Buses

Seoul Travel Guides / October 20, 2016
Seoul City Tour Buses Image credit: Minseong Kim

Just like any other major city in the world, Seoul has its own tour buses that allow visitors to explore the city and its tourist attractions.

These tour buses are an ideal option for first-time visitors who want to get to know the city life on streets and major tourist attractions. You just have to pay 12,000 won ($10.57) for a ticket that gives you unlimited access to those hop-on hop-off buses.

The buses follow a circular route that link many city’s attractions such as Seoul Tower, the Gyeongbokgung palaces, Changgyeonggung palaces, Namdaemun markets, and Dongdaemun markets.

Single-decker city buses allow people to go sightseeing around the city, while double-deckers only provide the Seoul Panorama Course tours.

Both single-decker and double-deckers depart from the Gwanghwamun Station (Subway Line 5), Exit 6, near Koreana Hotel.

Service hours: 09:00 – 21:00 Tuesday to Sunday for single-decker, and 09:00 – 17:00 Tuesday to Sunday for double-deckers

Service schedule: Every 30 minutes for single-decker, and every hour for double-deckers

Fares: 12,000 won ($10.57) for single-decker, and 15,000 won ($13.21) for double-deckers

Notes
– Free rides for children under 5.
– If you have Seoul City Pass card, you can enjoy much discounts on the fares, or even take Seoul City Buses for free on some routes.

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