Busan, South Korea
The perfect 3 days itinerary

Busan, South Korea's second-largest city, is a bustling port town nestled between mountains and sea. Known for its stunning beaches, healing hot springs, and vibrant seafood scene, Busan offers a unique blend of nature, culture, and urban energy. From the bustling Jagalchi Fish Market to the serene Beomeosa Temple, Busan is a city of contrasts that promises an unforgettable experience.

What to do in Busan?

This 3 days itinerary is the perfect guide to the best things to see in Busan. It includes day-by-day activities, travel tips, and the top places to visit.

Day 1: Explore the Vibrant Seafood Scene and Cultural Heritage

Morning

Start your day at the bustling Jagalchi Fish Market, Korea's largest seafood market. Enjoy a fresh seafood breakfast at one of the many stalls. Next, head to the nearby Nampodong Shopping Street for some retail therapy.

Afternoon

Visit the Busan Modern History Museum to learn about the city's past. Later, head to the Yongdusan Park and climb up the Busan Tower for panoramic views of the city.

Evening

Explore the colorful Gamcheon Culture Village, known for its brightly painted houses. End your day with a delicious meal at one of the local restaurants.


Day 2: Discover Busan's Natural Beauty

Morning

Visit the Beomeosa Temple, a serene Buddhist temple located on the slopes of Geumjeongsan Mountain. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and beautiful architecture.

Afternoon

Head to the Haeundae Beach, one of the most popular beaches in South Korea. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the sandy beach or try some water sports.

Evening

Visit the Gwangalli Beach and enjoy the stunning view of the Gwangan Bridge. Try some local street food at the nearby food stalls.


Day 3: A Day of Relaxation and Shopping

Morning

Visit the Spa Land Centum City, a huge hot spring complex offering various baths and saunas. Enjoy a relaxing morning soaking in the healing waters.

Afternoon

Head to the Shinsegae Centum City Department Store, the world's largest department store. Shop for international brands and local Korean products.

Evening

End your trip with a visit to the Lotte Department Store in Gwangbok, where you can enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment under one roof.


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