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Apsan Park

Apsan Observatory is a work of architecture that harmoniously brings together the city with nature and combines the past and future of Daegu. As an attraction that offers visitors a panoramic view of the city, Apsan Observatory is heavily frequented by tourists, but is also an excellent place for Daegu residents to learn more about their home city. There are two ways to reach the observatory: taking the cable car from Keungol (15 minutes) and going on foot from Anjiranggol via the hiking trail (one hour).

Hiking Course
Entrance of Anjiranggol – Anilsa Temple – Apsan Observatory (required time: 1 hour, 2.5 kilometers)
Entrance of Keungol – Cable car – Apsan Observatory (required time: 40 minutes, 3.2 km)
Tour Course
Apsan Jarak-gil – Apsan Constellation Experience Center – Apsan Food Trail – Apsan Café Street – Anjirang Gopchang Town
574-87, Apsansunhwan-ro, Nam-gu, Daegu
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Gangjeong Goryeongbo Weir (The ARC)

The Arc is a famous landmark on the outskirts of the city that houses a waterworks museum detailing the process in Daegu. Aside from that, All around the Arc is tons of open grassy space for a picnic. And also it’s actually a great place to rent motorized scooters and drive around while munching on sugar-coated corn dogs and watching locals fly their kites.

57, Gangjeongbon-gil, Dasa-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, Korea
Suseongmot Lake Resort (수성못 유원지)

Suseong Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in South Korea and one of the most visited places in Daegu. The cool evening breeze makes it a delightful spot to visit in the summer. Children will enjoy the small amusement park, while those wanting to get some exercise can make use of the tennis and basketball courts. Take your special someone on a romantic boat ride, or enjoy the impressive fountain show, which runs in the evenings from May until October.

35-5, Yonghak-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu
+82-53-666-2863, +82-53-761-0645
Palgongsan Mountain Cable Car

Palgongsan Mountain Cable Car runs 1.2km section from Donghwa Facility District to 820meters mountain peaks. At the top of the mountain, There is a rest area that sell foods and drinks. Also, The hiking trail is in the direction of Donghwasa Temple and Sutaegol Valley.

51, Palgongsan-ro 185-gil, Dong-gu, Daegu
Operating hours
09:30 - sunset
Closing time subject to change; check the website before visiting.
Open all year round.
Adults 11,000 won / Children 6,000 won
One way: Adults 7,500 won / Children 4,000 won
Adults (ages 13 and older) / Children (ages 4-12)
Babies (ages 3 and younger) ride free
Website (Korean, English)
Admission / Participation Fees
Free (Must get ticket from the information desk on the first floor to enter)
* Fees may apply to special exhibitions and planned exhibitions
* Preschoolers (ages 6 & younger) must be accompanied by adults to enter.
Bullo-dong Ancient Tomb Park

Nestled on a hillock on the southern ridge of Palgong Mountain and north of Geumho River, Bullo-dong Ancient Tomb Park is an ancient tomb complex which consists of a total of 210 big and small tombs.

With its elevation, it can be a great place to watch the sunset.

If you are looking for a unique and quiet place to walk around, Ancient Tombs in Bullo-dong is a great choice. The perfect time to go is early in the morning or late afternoon.

335, Bullo-dong, Dong-gu, Daegu, Korea
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