• Gyeongbokgung Admiring the scale and artistry of the largest of Seoul’s palaces, fronted by the grand gateway Gwanghwamun, where you can watch the changing of the guard.
  • Changdeokgung Discovering Huwon, the serene traditional garden secreted behind the most beautiful of Seoul's five main palaces.
  • Bukchon Hanok Village, Stepping back in time in the picturesque maze of the city’s densest cluster of traditional-style homes.
  • Jogye-sa Learning about Buddhism at one of Seoul’s most active temples and epicentre of the spectacular Lotus Lantern Festival in May.
  • Arario Museum in SPACE Browsing an impressive collection of contemporary art.