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Now that your trip to Busan is getting closer, here are a few general tips for your travel and stay.  If you would like any more detailed information please email us atanthony@bleistein.com  We wish you a comfortable trip and look forward to see you soon! Visas UK Passport Holders do…

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Bursting with mountains and beaches, hot springs and seafood, South Korea’s second-largest city is a rollicking port town with tonnes to offer. From casual tent bars and chic designer cafes to fish markets teeming with every species imaginable, Busan has something for all tastes. Rugged mountain ranges criss-crossing the city…

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If you are planning a trip to Busan, the second biggest city in South Korea, read this ultimate guide to getting around Busan by public transport! 1. Cashbee – transportation card widely used in Busan Like the T-money card in Seoul, there is a prepaid transportation card called Cashbee. If you already…

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By plane Busan’s International Gimhae Airport (IATA: PUS) is situated in Gangseo-gu (강서구), Busan and is the third busiest airport in Korea with many scheduled flights across East Asia. There are separate Domestic and International terminals next to each other, each with basic facilities and food outlets. Domestic flights are from Seoul Gimpo…

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