Private guide in Pyongyang, guided tours in Pyongyang, Korea North
Top Attractions in PyongyangMansudae, Mangyongdae, Revolutionary Museum, Juche Tower, Children's Palace, USS Pueblo, Arirang Mass Games, Ryugyong Hotel, The Pyongyang Metro, Arch of Triumph, Kumsusan Memorial Palace
Currency: North Korean won (KPW)
Information about Pyongyang
Please consider choosing Pyongyang when securing travel plans. Pyongyang, whose name translates to mean "Flat Land" or "Peaceful Land", is the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, commonly known as North Korea, and the largest city in the country. Pyongyang has a humid continental climate. This city has been planned and created with wide avenues, impressive monuments and colossal edifices. The highest structure in the entire city is the Ryugyŏng Hotel.
There are an abundance of points of interest that are alluring to tourists in Pyongyang. Some of the notable landmarks in the city include Kumsusan Palace of the Sun that serves as the mausoleum for Kim II sung, the Arch of Triumph which is a magnificent architectural structure, and Juche Tower, the tallest edifice beautifully constructed out of granite, comprised of 25,550 blocks. The two large stadiums in Pyongyang are the Rungnado May Day Stadium and Kim II-sung Stadium. Other points of interest are the Mansu Hill complex Kim II-sung Square, Yanggakdo International Hotel.
Pyongyang TV Tower is a minor landmark. Another place that guests enjoy visiting is the Korea Central Zoo. The Korea Central Zoo, also known as the Pyongyang Central Zoo, is the national zoo of North Korea. It is situated close to Mt. Taesong in downtown Pyongyang. This zoo has more than 5,000 wild animals, unbelievably over 650 species in all. Elephants at the zoo are recognized as one of the leading attractions. Thank you for looking into Pyongyang for your next vacation destination.
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990 EurosTour Duration
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