Popular Busan City Tour gets New Double-Decker Buses

December 4, 2017

The Busan Tourism Organization will be introducing brand-new enclosed double-decker buses to the Busan City Tour starting November 21.

Busan City Tour was the first tour in the nation to use open-top double-decker buses in 2010. They are continuing to improve their services for travelers, including the new buses and new courses. The new buses will be able to seat up to 70 people, and the new bus design is expected to have a high approval rating among users. The buses are also wheelchair-accessible, greatly improving their availability for all travelers. The new enclosed double-decker buses are set to begin operating as normal on November 21, following safety checks.

Busan City Tour was started in 2006, and has risen to become the most used city tour bus in the nation, serving over 280,000 passengers just last year. Tourists with plans to visit Busan should be sure to add a ride on the Busan City Tour’s double-decker buses for a fun and convenient way to get around the city’s best attractions!

More Info

Busan City Tour
 Major attractions: Haeundae Beach, Dalmaji-gil Road, Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, Marine City, Dongbaekseom Island, Gwangalli Beach, Busan Cinema Center, Shinsegae Centum City, etc.
Main courses: Red Line (Busan Station↔Haeundae Beach) / Blue Line (Haeundae Beach↔Yonggungsa Temple) / Green Line (Yonghoman Bay↔Oryukdo Islands)
* Please refer to the official website for detailed courses
Departure points
– Red Line: City Tour Bus Stop in front of Busan Station Plaza
– Blue Line: City Tour Bus Stop in front of SEA LIFE Busan Aquarium (Haeundae Beach)
– Green Line: City Tour Bus Stop in front of Yonghoman Bay Sightseeing Ferry Terminal Entrance
Fares: Adults 15,000 won / Children (48 months – high school students) 8,000 won * Free for children under 48 months
※ Ticketing available from the driver at all bus stops
※ Line transfers available with ticket
Busan City Tour website: www.citytourbusan.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)