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With rich history and beautiful natural sightseeing, Gyeongju attracts numerous tourists every year. You might like to travel by car or bus, due to vehicle is always time-saving. But if you have more leisure time, cycling is a great way to slow down your pace and appreciate the city and countryside freely. There are many lovely paths especially for cycling and tons of bike rental shops on the road. With around KRW8000 for the rental fee, you will easily begin your cycling trip!
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One of the most popular cycling routes starts from Gyeongju railway station. The first stop is Bunhwangsa Temple. After the temple, there will be a narrow unpaved trail to lead you to Hwangnyongsa Temple. It’s where Hwangnyongsa ‘maru-gil’ wooden walkway will start. Riding on the boardwalk, we will head for Gyeongju Ntional Museum. The next stop will be Woljeong-gyo bridge. You could freely choose to stroll at the Oreung Royal Tombs Park or Gyochon Village. Where there’s a bridge, there’s a river. Riding along the Namcheon River, you will come across a little pavilion. Perhaps you would like some rest. Gyerim Forest can be the place for relax. Get ready for the next spot? At Wolseong Fortress, the rapeseed fields are the most beautiful sight in spring. On the way back to Gyeongju railway station from the rapeseed fields, it would be a nice stop at Daereungwon Tumuli Park, where you can see Cheonmachong. Unforgettable journey, isn’t it?