Pyeonghwa Nuri Park +Heyri Art valley+Provence village(No Shopping)

  • Destination: Gyeonggi, Paju
  • Time :

    08:30 ~ 18:20
  • Price :

    USD40   
  • Address :

    93-120, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
    77, Saeori-ro, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do

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Conditions
Price
Price (per person) Remarks
USD40 Tour is running on weekend only!

 

Inclusion

 

– Round-trip bus
– Entrance fees
– Korean Tour conductor(Not Tour guide)

Exclusion

 

– Personal Expense
– Every Meal

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1

08:30

Exit No 3 of Cityhall station (Subway line #1,2)

10:00

Imjingak Pyeonghaw-Nuri Park Free Tour
– Pyeonghwa Nuri Park is a beautiful, sculptured landscape of hills and grass fields attached to Imjingak proper. This part of the park was built in 2005 for the Global Peace Festival and is home to several pieces of installation art, none more impressive than Choi Pyung-gon’s “Calling Unification,” a series of giant bamboo men walking up a hill towards North Korea. A popular spot for photos is Pinwheel Hill, a hill covered in hundreds of multicolored pinwheels. Thanks to the wind this spot gets, you’ll find many families flying kites, too—kites can be purchased onsite.

11:00

Pyeonghaw-Nuri Park → Provence Village

11:20

Provence Village Free Tour
– Beginning with a chic French restaurant in 1996, Provence Village is a themed village with a shabu-shabu restaurant, a garden restaurant offering delicious grilled meat, a Provence Living Gallery decorated with beautiful interior designs, an Herb Village full of sweet fragrance, a Fashion Gallery, a European bakery and cafes.

13:20

Provence Village → Heyri Artvalley

13:30

Heyri Artvalley Free Tour
– Korean artists of various specialties such as writers, painters, actors, architects and musicians constructed the cultural town of Heyri. Within this community there are residences, workrooms, art galleries and museums. Artists make a living by opening exhibitions, trading or selling their art. Currently, there are about 40 museums, exhibitions, concert halls and bookstores, and around 30~40 more are expected to be added. Currently about 10 cafes and food courts are included in these buildings for the convenience of its visitors.

16:30

Heading for Seoul

18:20

Arrival at Seoul