Gyeongju KTX Train Tour (2D1N)

  • Destination: Gyeongju, Gyeongsang
  • Time :

    08:22 ~ Next Day 21:19
  • Price :

    Please contact us
  • Address :

    Bulguksa Buddihist Temple
    385, Bulguk-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    경상북도 경주시 불국로 385
    Cheomseongdae Observatory
    839-1, Inwang-dong, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    경상북도 경주시 인왕동 839-1
    Daereungwon Tomb Complex(Cheonmachong Tomb)
    9, Gyerim-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    경상북도 경주시 계림로 9

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Classification Price
Double Occupancy Please contact us
Triple Occupancy Please contact us

– 4 people have to sign up for there to be a tour!!



– Round-trip Train(KTX) Ticket
– Transfer (bus)
– All admission fee
– 1night at Motel
– 2meals(1 Lunch/ 1 Breakfast)
– Tour conductor(Not Tour guide)



– Personal Expense
– Insurance Fee



Gyeongju is located in the southeastern part of Korea. It is bordered by the city of Ulsan to the south, Pohang to the north, Cheongdo County to the southwest, Yeongcheon to the northwest, and the East Sea to its east.
The whole city of Gyeongju is dotted with heritage sites and full of destinations for travelers from both native and overseas. With lots of historic sites and antiquities scattered everywhere you go, you’ll feel the essence of an ancient culture embodied in relics like Buddhist temples and sacred stone carvings, allowing you to look back upon ancient cultural and artistic splendor and witness the glory of a past dynasty.
Gyeongju was the ancient capital of the Silla Millennium, but in more recent years has raised its international profile above and beyond its well-known image as a historic attraction by successfully hosting international conferences and Expo festivals. Some of Gyeongju’s most important relics are Seokguram Grotto, Bulguksa Temple, Poseokjeong Pavilion’s original site,
Heavenly Horse Tomb (Cheonma-chong), Cheomseongdae Astronomical Observatory, and Anapji Pond. With a total of 396registered cultural properties, Gyeongju holds 5.5% of Korea’s cultural properties, and 30% of the cultural properties of North Gyeongsang Province.


Meeting Area

This tour will start from Seoul station(Line#1). Please take your train tickets(round-trip tickets) at the Seoul Station at least 20minutes before departing.

How to get there

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1
08:22 ~ 11:18 Seoul Station → SinGyeongju Station
11:30 ~ 11:50 SinGyeongju Station → Daereungwon
(via Royal tomb of King of Muyeol)
11:50 ~ 13:30 Daereungwon Free Tour/ Lunch
13:30 ~ 13:40 Cheonmachong(Tumuli Park) → Anapji Pond
(via Cheomsungdae observatory,Gyerim and Banwolsung)
13:40 ~ 14:10 Anapji Pond Free Tour
14:20 ~ 15:20 Gyeongju National Museum (Closed on Mondays)
15:20 ~ 16:10 Museum → Bulguksa Temple
16:10 ~ 17:10 Bulguksa Temple(UNESCO heritage) Free Tour
17:10 ~ Arrival Staying (Motel) / Free time


Day 2
08:15 ~ Departure Motel
08:30 ~ 09:00 Breakfast (Local Korean style Restaurant)
09:00 ~ 09:20 Restaurant → Seokguram Grotto
09:20 ~ 10:20 Seokguram Grotto Free Tour
10:20 ~ 11:50 Seokguram Grotto → Golgulsa Temple(Sunmudo performance)
(Closed performance on Mondays)
12:10 ~ 12:30 Gameunsaji three story pagoda
12:40 ~ 14:00 Underwater Royal Tomb of King of Munmu / Bongil Beach/ Lunch
14:20 ~ 14:40 Bongil Beach → Haeparang gil
14:40 ~ 16:20 Yangnam columnar joint
16:20 ~ Upcheon port → SinGyeongju Station
18:24 ~ 21:19 SinGyeongju Station → Seoul Station