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Book your flight with one of the 9 airlines that service Seoul. Wise wanderers often prefer to fly with these carriers:
There's no risk of your cab driver going to the wrong airport in Seoul, as there's only one servicing the city. Seoul Airport (GMP-Gimpo Intl.) is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the hustle and bustle downtown.Where to stay in Seoul
Finding the true essence of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, starts with booking somewhere to stay. With 1,866 properties to pick from with Travelocity, finding the perfect base for your adventure is easy.
Luxury rooms, silky soft sheets and fabulous service are what you'll find when you book the Hotel President or the Royal Hotel Seoul. However, if you doubt you'll see much of your room, why not try a cheaper option like the Hotel BonBon by Seoulodge Myeongdong or the K-Pop Residence Myeong Dong?
Want to stay around Dongdaemun Market, Jongno? You won't have to wait any longer! Both the Hotel BonBon by Seoulodge Myeongdong and the Small House Big Door are easily accessible and are only a walk away.Places to visit in Seoul
With so many remarkable attractions in Seoul, you might just have to let the boss know that you'll need more time off. Begin with Dongdaemun Market and Gyeongbok Palace. You'd also be crazy to miss out on seeing the COEX Convention and Exhibition Center and the National Museum of Korea.
So much to see and so little time. If you're keen to experience the best this city has to offer, add the Sungnyemun Gate and Deoksugung Palace to your travel itinerary. If you have an extra day to spare, swing by the Jogyesa Temple and Namsan Park as well.
Take a few hours alone for some reflection while you visit War Memorial of Korea. Need some more ideas? Even if you don't take a full indoor tour of Changgyeonggung Palace, this impressive landmark is definitely worth viewing from the exterior. And that's not all. If you're a fan of all things historical, don't miss Changdeokgung Palace, an imposing building famous for its construction and storied history.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Seoul
Your journey to Seoul kicks off as soon as you've satisfied the security checks. Here are some handy tips to make sure you get through quickly:
The world’s second-largest metro area is a striking fusion of cosmopolitan flair, retail indulgences, and rich traditions of the past. Seoul vibrates with energy, from the café culture of Hongdae to the historic Jongno district. Flying into the futuristic airport on Yeongjong Island in Incheon (ICN) is the perfect introduction to the extravagance of this striking city. You’ll find a golf course, casino, ice rink, and spa—not to mention world-class shopping—before you even leave your terminal. Get your tickets to Seoul and experience the latest “aerotropolis.”
Flights to Seoul land 30 miles west of the city. You’ll have easy access to downtown from one of the hotels near Incheon International Airport, thanks to Seoul’s cutting-edge public transportation systems. If you’re staying within city limits, you can drive from the airport; however, renting a vehicle could be an inconvenience in such a sprawling city. Take advantage of the modern train system by using the Airport Railroad Express Train, which will bring you downtown to Seoul Station quickly and easily. You can also take the Metro subway directly from the airport. It’s slower, but may drop you off closer to your destination. Want to ride in luxury after a long flight? Take a limousine bus, with reclining seats and plenty of leg room. You’ll be downtown in about an hour, depending on traffic. For door-to-door service, there is of course the taxi. But keep in mind, you’ll pay for the convenience—taxis are the most expensive option.
Search Travelocity’s great selection of cheap flights to Seoul and fulfill your dreams of cherry blossoms, Gangnam style, and kimchi heaven. Bundle your airfare and hotel with Seoul vacation packages and save even more. You’ll have plenty of won leftover to explore the Asian version of “The City That Never Sleeps.”