Located in the southeastern region of Korea, this seaside city is the metropolitan district of the same name. The city is best known as the gateway to the Yeongnam Alps, one of South Korea’s most attractive natural attractions. Most visitors arrive via Ulsan Airport
, which serves only domestic flights from Seoul and Jeju. There are also bus and rail lines that serve this city.
The government of this municipality has designed 12 sites that have been determined as “scenic areas” that should attract tourists. Of course, tourists are not limited to just these locations, but this designation makes it easier to know what sites and landmarks are most popular and plan one’s trip and hotel location accordingly.
Not surprisingly, natural wonders such as the Four Seasons of Mount Gaji and Daewangam Pine Forest
are at the top of this list, highlighting the natural and scenic beauty of this region.
Most of the hotels in Ulsan are located right in the city center, which is also where the majority of the sites and attractions are located. Smart travelers often take advantage of the local knowledge that most hotel staff have regarding their city, and find out what sites from the city list are worth checking out.
There’s a lot more to see and do in Ulsan, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.