Day Trip to Nami Island with Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm

Day Trip to Nami Island with Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm
City of excursion Seoul
Country Korea, Republic of
Starting at: $54
Made famous in South Korean TV shows including Winter Sonata, Nami Island holds a special place in the hearts of Koreans—but overcoming the language barrier to reach it from Seoul by public transport is a challenge. On this full-day tour with entrance fees and air-conditioned coach transport from Seoul included, reach Nami Island in comfort with your guide and visit the nearby attractions of Petite France and the Garden of Morning Calm. Meet your friendly staff at your preferred meetup point and hop onto the comfortable tour van/coach with other travelers as you head off to the Gapyeong City. Avoid all the hassle of transferring buses and subways. You will be briefed on the details of the tour by your knowledgeable staff who will be open to answering any questions you may have. After your briefing, venture into your first stop, which is the Garden of Morning Calm, a 30,000㎡ garden that attracts an array families, friends, couples and photographers frequently to explore the variety of festivals held throughout the year. Next, travel to Nami Island, a well-known destination in South Korea. Before you start exploring the beautiful island, try some local food at the restaurants nearby. Explore the half-moon shaped island, which has very attractive landscapes and was used as the filming location for the famous Korean drama “Winter Sonata.” Enjoy a walk around Nami Island at your own pace or rent a bike and cycle around the island. Head to Petite France to see the vibrant little French village that stands out with its brightly colored buildings. The French village consists of exhibition halls, quint restaurants and cafes for you to explore and also many photo-worth sites that features many famous Korean dramas and variety shows. After your journey, enjoy a hassle-free and comfortable ride back to Seoul at 5:30pm (original departure point).