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LONGtermSTAY(14)+Bath&Kitchen near BEXCO - Busan Vacation Rentals

LONGtermSTAY(14)+Bath&Kitchen near BEXCO

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

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USD

17

per night

Staying peacefully with healing - Busan Vacation Rentals

Staying peacefully with healing

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

USD

230

per night

Good House with bath&Kitchen near Bexco - Busan Vacation Rentals

Good House with bath&Kitchen near Bexco

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

USD

17

per night

Beautiful view in Haeundae - Busan Vacation Rentals

Beautiful view in Haeundae

Entire Home Haewoondae, Busan, South Korea

USD

115

per night

Your peacefull home in Busan with garden - Busan Vacation Rentals

Your peacefull home in Busan with garden

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

USD

230

per night

Peaceful but still close to hot place - Busan Vacation Rentals

Peaceful but still close to hot place

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

55

per night

Hospitable Host's Home(Female only) - Busan Vacation Rentals

Hospitable Host's Home(Female only)

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

23

per night

Uncle's guesthouse/Female room for 8ppl  - Busan Vacation Rentals

Uncle's guesthouse/Female room for 8ppl

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

120

per night

Uncle's guesthouse - Male Room for 4ppl - Busan Vacation Rentals

Uncle's guesthouse - Male Room for 4ppl

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

60

per night

#1 min walk from Minam station - Busan Vacation Rentals

#1 min walk from Minam station

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

45

per night

#Cherry blossom is a 10 min walk - Busan Vacation Rentals

#Cherry blossom is a 10 min walk

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

45

per night

Apple guest house in Busan - Triple - Busan Vacation Rentals

Apple guest house in Busan - Triple

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

64

per night

Best view in marine city Penthouse - Busan Vacation Rentals

Best view in marine city Penthouse

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

USD

350

per night

K79 4 Men Dormitory(Private Bathroom) - Busan Vacation Rentals

K79 4 Men Dormitory(Private Bathroom)

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

115

per night

Apple guest house in Busan - Twin  - Busan Vacation Rentals

Apple guest house in Busan - Twin

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

47

per night

Apple guesthouse Busan 6 Beds-Mixed Room - Busan Vacation Rentals

Apple guesthouse Busan 6 Beds-Mixed Room

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

20

per night

Guesthouse in Good location-4PAX Female - Busan Vacation Rentals

Guesthouse in Good location-4PAX Female

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

104

per night

Guesthouse in Perfect location-4PAX Male - Busan Vacation Rentals

Guesthouse in Perfect location-4PAX Male

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

95

per night

Apple guesthouse Busan 4Beds(Female) - Busan Vacation Rentals

Apple guesthouse Busan 4Beds(Female)

Private Room Busan, South Korea

USD

22

per night

LONGtermSTAY(41)+Bath&Kitchen near BEXCO - Busan Vacation Rentals

LONGtermSTAY(41)+Bath&Kitchen near BEXCO

Entire Home Busan, South Korea

USD

17

per night

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Busan

Busan

South Korea’s second-largest city, Busan, is a composite of fast-paced urbanity and quiet natural beauty. Its vibrant inner-city neighbourhoods are populated by chic restaurants, bars and boutiques, yet it is the nearby mountains, beaches and hot springs that give this busy coastal city of 3.6 million its hybrid appeal.

Though Busan boasts an abundance of contemporary pleasures, the city’s importance as a site of religious pilgrimage should not be overlooked. Beomeosa Temple, a Buddhist shrine founded in 678 A.D., sits at the base of Geumjeong Mountain, a ridge whose rugged crags and peaks can be spotted from various points throughout the city. Famous for its seaside location, Haedong Yonggungsa temple, also known as the water temple, overlooks the rocky shores of the East Sea. Sangwangsa Temple, meanwhile, claims the distinction of being the youngest and largest temple in Busan. The 20th-century stunner, with sweeping views of the city, hosts a world-renowned lantern festival every spring.

There is no escaping the sands in this city of ports and harbours on South Korea’s southeast coast. And with seven beach districts offering everything from sunbathing and sport to culture and nightlife, who would want to? Famed Haeundae Beach beckons with its beachfront promenade and ferry to U-Dong Island, while the Sea Life Aquarium boasts a multitude of marine life and shade. Gwangalli is a well-known city beach with incomparable views of the Diamond Bridge. Head to the more secluded Songjeong Beach to catch some surf and sun; cap off your day with dinner at one of the nearby seafood restaurants.

When it comes to dining, seafood is Busan’s culinary calling card. The shoreside Jagalchi Market sells both live and dried fish. For an atmospheric lunchtime experience, order from one of its many informal dining stalls. Traditional octopus delicacies, pork soup, cold noodles and sashimi can be sampled at any number of casual downtown dining spots. Gukje Street Market is where to go for cheap bibimbap dishes and sweet filled pancakes, a Busan speciality.

Note the hypermodern skyscrapers and steel-and-glass structures of Centum City as you explore its cluster of attractions – including the world’s largest shopping mall, the architecturally acclaimed Busan Cinema Center, and the modern facades of the Busan Museum of Modern Art, all of which stand in stark contrast to the post-war buildings and docks of historic Central Busan. Such a dramatic mix of landscapes makes it clear upon arrival why this multifaceted cityscape has become a sought-after filming location for a number of international productions.

Sprawling Busan lacks a city centre, making it difficult to see all of its attractions on foot. The efficient and comprehensive metro, light rail and bus system will deliver you to the majority of Busan’s most essential destinations, many of which are grouped together in various districts. Zipping around on an electric bicycle is for the truly brave of heart—it’s much easier to hail a taxi. Busan’s International Gimhae Airport, its largest, is a short distance from and well connected to the city by shuttle and taxi.