The Busan City Tour Buses has two routes. For a day (9:30 am to 5 pm) you can get out and return for the price of one ticket (10,000 Korean Won) per person both routes. It has stop in many attractions and is most of the time on time. The largest backdraw is that drivers not always understand english and the tour is in korean only. Only a few buses has some information in English. Nevertheless, for the price is a bargain and that is why I gave it an excellent rating. I used for three days to visit the attractions.
The Haeundae loop takes you to 7 points which include the Busan Museum, Busan Museum of Art, the UN Memorial Park, the Gwangalli Beach and the Haeundae Beach (Busan Aquarium). Also stops in front of the Shinsegae Department Store (alleguedly the largest in the world). The Busan Museum and the UN Memorial Park were special.
The Taejonday loops has 8 stations but the most important are Taejongdae and the BIFF Square. Taejondgae takes several hours to walk and has a descent to beautiful lighthouse and ocean front rocky cliff view that is magnificent. Unfortunately you can't go down in a wheel chair and is a long stair. The BIFF Square you have close by the Chinatown, the live fish (Sagalchi) market.
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