Welcome to Daegu


A simple, three-line subway system makes getting around easy, and Daegu (sometimes spelled Taegu) is also a great hub for day trips; including to Haein-sa and Jikji-sa, both of which offer templestays.

The name Daegu means 'Big Hill', deriving from the hanja characters you will see on maps and signs: 大邱.


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2-Day Guided Bus Tour to Daegu from Seoul

Meet up with your tour guide and fellow passengers at SM Duty Free Seoul Store at 7:30 am. After getting comfortable on the air-conditioned bus you will head out to enjoy seeing the sights of Korea. Day 1: Seoul to Daegu (X/L/X)Transfer to Daegu Visit Seomun Market and lunch at a local restaurant Visit Kim Gwangseok-gil Street Visit Daegu Yangnyeongsi Museum of Oriental Medicine and experience Foot bath Visit Dongseongno Street Dinner (at your expense) Overnight stays at Daegu (4-star hotel) Day 2: Daegu to Seoul (B/L/X) After breakfast, meet up with a tour guide at your hotel lobby Visit DonghwasaTemple and ride the Mt. Palgongsan cable car Lunch at a local restaurant Visit Guam Farm Stay (Experience) After the lunch, you will start the journey back to Seoul and be dropped off at SM Duty Free Seoul Store around 18:30 pm.

$61 Cultural & Theme Tours

Fun day in Daegu E-world

E-World (formerly Wooband Tower Land) is a theme park built around Woobang Tower (Oct. 1987). The area around the tower was remodeled as a European-style park and opened to the public in March 1995. It features a waterfall, fountains, lighting displays, and flowers, as well as rides, exhibition and performance halls, and restaurants. E-World has several plazas characterized by different themes; major plazas include Entry Plaza (at the park entrance), Central Plaza, Children’s Plaza (playground), and Young Town Plaza. Detailed Schedule: 9:50am Depart from KTX Busan Station Exit 1 10:10am Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 12 10:50am Depart from Haeundae Station Exit 5 1:00pm Arrive at Daegu E-world. 7:00pm leave for busan 8:45pm Arrive at Busan Station 9:15pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station 10:00pm Arrvie at Haeundae Station

$52.50 Cultural & Theme Tours

Memorable Korean Autumn Foliage Random Tour (From Busan)

Meet your friendly tour staff at your preferred meet-up point and hop onto the comfortable tour van/coach (maximum 43 pax) with other travelers as we head off to the first autumn attraction. You will be briefed on the details of the tour by our knowledgeable staff and feel free to ask any questions if any.  Reach the 1st place around 10am to 1030am depending on the destination and explore it's magnificent fall foliage. Catch the rich palette of red, orange and yellow vibrant autumn leaves. Lunch can be taken near one of the spot. The coordinator will recommend where and what to eat. Explore around the area before heading back to Busan around 6pm. Detailed Schedule:8:20am Depart from Busan KTX Train Station Exit 18:40am Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 129:20am Depart from Haeundae Station Exit 510:00am~10:30am Arrive at 1st spot12:00pm Leave for 2nd spot12:30am~1:00pm Arrive at 2nd spot3:20pm Leave for 3rd spot4:00pm~4:30pm Arrive at 3rd spot6:00pm Leave for Busan Station8:00pm Arrive at Busan Station8:20pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station9:00pm Arrvie at Haeundae Station2 to 3 destinations from these spots:1.Beomeosa 2.Geumgang Park 3.Dongnaeeupseong Fortress 4.Hwamyeong Arboretum 5.Children's Grand Park, Busan 6.Jangansa7.Palgongsan 8.Moonlight waterside park 9.Daegu Arboretum 10.Hillcrest(Daegu) 11.Seoknam-Sa(Ulsan) 12.Unmunsa 13.Gyeongju Bulguksa 14.Bomun Lake Resort(Bomunjeong) 15.Tong-Iljeon 16.Ungok Seowon 17.Gyeongju Forest Environment Research Institute 18.Gyerim 19.Doglagdang & Oksan Seowon 20.Miryang Pyochungsa Temple&Hobakso Waterfall 21.Miryang Wiyangji 22.Gim-Hae Yeonji Park

$220 Cultural & Theme Tours

_Korea Traditional Market_ The Heaven of Consumption, KTX trip Daegu

This trip offer a lot of free time and itinerary flexiblity insite depend on group needs. Itinerary can be changed since its weather condition. Night life isn't must have itinerary. The guide will recommand but will not enforce, you can take a rest in the guest house. The Main contetns and activity 1. Shopping at Department stores 2. Walking and Eating on the street. 3. Night Life at the Dongseongro street 4. Sightseeing at the traditional Village 5. Get experience of makiing "Sotdae"  Day 1 - 11:00am Seoul Station KTX - 1:00pm Dongdaegu Station(Sinsegae Department store) - 1:30pm Kimgwangseok Street - 4:00pm Dongseongro Street(Banwoldang station, Shopping meca) - 7:30pm Seomun Night market(Food street) - 11:00pm Guest House Day 2 10:30am Meeting at Banwoldang station. 11:00am Inheung village 11:30am Mabijeong mural village(Sotdae Making) 01:30pm Dongdaegu Station(KTX, SRT station) 03:00pm KTX Seoul, SRT Suseo station arrival. Including Condition - Round trip transportation : KTX and Taxi in Daegu. - Sotdae making fee - English guide Excluding Condition - Meal - Personal expense

$1700 Cultural & Theme Tours

Korean History UNESCO World Heritage Tour(2N3D)

Highlights- Explore 4 UNESCO world-heritage sites in different parts of Korea, including the stunning Anapji pond in Gyeongju, Haeinsa ‘crown-jewel’ Temple and Andong Hahoe Folk Village.- Compare Korea’s different regions and their varied histories, cultures, cuisines and landscapes.- Experienced and helpful guide with fluent English and private transport.- Pick-up, lunch, entrance fees and drop-off each evening included.Day 1: Gyeongju UNESCO world heritage tour (Silla dynasty)Day 2: - Daegu city tour and Haeinsa Temple (Goryeo dynasty)Day 3:  Andong Folk village and city tour (Joseon dynasty)What You Can ExpectThe tour begins in Busan and you will stay in Daegu for two nights. Each morning you will be picked up from your hotel at 8 or 9am.You will visit a different region of Korea every day, with each day corresponding to a different historical ruling dynasty.