Enjoy some fresh air at the mountaintop Namsan Park, one of the city's most popular areas for strolling, picnicking, and relaxing. Make your way up to the top of the 262 m (860 ft) peak via cable car to take in sweeping views over the capital's urban sprawl. Go for a leisurely wander around the network of walking paths crisscrossing the park and meandering through the area's wooded landscape. You'll find sport facilities for badminton, tennis, swimming, baseball, and more around the park, as well as a botanical garden, library, and cultural center. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Namsan Park by using our Seoul trip planning site.
Namsan Park reviews
This was a great alternative to taking the Namsan Cable Car. We enjoyed walking along the Seoul City Walls while checking out the great view of the city. Museum and displays along the way made it a.... more »
C ( 20.12.22 ) This park was one of Seoul's landmark. This park had cable car, tower and good trail. The road to top was well-managed and not steep, and had Seoul view with various angles. This park.... more »
this is my dream, one day I can definitely go there
Nice place.. Good view of the city!
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