Departure calendar Seoul

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13 cruises

Japan: South Korea, Japan

Seoul Itinerary Japan
from ¥336,219
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 72 hours
Norwegian Spirit | Oct 12, 2024
Duration: 11 nights
Departure from: Seoul Landing: Tokyo
Itinerary:
1. Seoul,
2. Jeju Island,
3. navigation,
4. Ishigaki,
5. Okinawa,
6. navigation,
7. Hiroshima,
8. Osaka,
9. Osaka,
10. Nagoya,
11. Shimizu,
12. Tokyo

Japan: South Korea, Japan

Seoul Itinerary Japan
from ¥383,574
price per person Taxes included
5 reservations in 48 hours
Norwegian Spirit | Nov 15, 2024
Duration: 11 nights
Departure from: Seoul Landing: Tokyo
Itinerary:
1. Seoul,
2. Jeju Island,
3. Sasebo,
4. Kagoshima,
5. Miyazaki,
6. Osaka,
7. Osaka,
8. Hiroshima,
9. Kochi,
10. Nagoya,
11. Shimizu,
12. Tokyo

Japan: South Korea, Japan

Seoul Itinerary Japan
from ¥419,177
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 72 hours
Norwegian Spirit | Mar 13, 2025
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Seoul Landing: Tokyo
Itinerary:
1. Seoul,
2. Jeju Island,
3. navigation,
4. Ishigaki,
5. Okinawa,
6. Amami Oshima,
7. Kochi,
8. Osaka,
9. Osaka,
10. Shimizu,
11. Tokyo

Far East: South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore

Seoul Itinerary Far East
from ¥457,061
price per person Taxes included
5 reservations in 72 hours
Norwegian Sky | Mar 13, 2025
Duration: 16 nights
Departure from: Seoul Landing: Singapore
Itinerary:
1. Seoul,
2. Jeju Island,
3. navigation,
4. Ishigaki,
5. Keelung,
6. Kaohsiung,
7. Hong Kong,
8. Hong Kong,
9. navigation,
10. navigation,
11. Ho Chi Minh,
12. navigation,
13. Laem Chabang,
14. Laem Chabang,
15. Ko Samui,
16. navigation,
17. Singapore
13 cruises
Seoul, capital of South Korea, is the economic, technological and cultural center as well as the most populous city on the Korean peninsula. Don't miss Seoul's culinary delights and must-see attractions during your cruise.If you want to learn about Seoul's history and culture, you must visit the Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Gwanghwamun. These are the two oldest and most beautiful palaces in the city. This is the reason why you should visit them. Afterwards, you can go to Cheong Wa Dae, the presidential palace of South Korea, which was once closed to the public. Then, you can take a walk to Samcheong-dong, near Cheong Wa Dae, with its famous restaurants, art galleries, or refresh yourself with a cup of Korean coffee at Bukchon Hanok Village and Culture Street cafes! You can also go to Dongdaemun to stock up onproducts! A half-hour train ride from Seoul, Seoul is also home to the famous Legoland Korea, perfect for young families with children!

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