Discover Seoul’s magnificent palaces
Go on a journey to a city packed with ancient palaces and modern skyscrapers! Book a flight to Seoul and discover the capital of South Korea. Wander through the ancient streets, rummage around the lively street markets and enjoy the view from the N Seoul Tower. The stunning Bukhansan National Park with its impressive mountains and historic temples is located just outside the city. An excellent place to unwind!
Historic districts and contemporary malls
The ancient and the contemporary go hand-in-hand in Seoul! Explore the breathtaking Gyeongbokgung Palace and the smaller Changdeokgung Palace. Situated right in between these two palaces is the picturesque Bukchon Hanok Village, a historic district full of old buildings, galleries and restaurants. Shop ‘til you drop in the gigantic COEX Mall or the Namdaemun market, which is open 24 hours a day. Seoul is the ideal destination for a city trip or as the starting point for a beautiful tour of South Korea. Treat yourself: book a flight to Seoul now!Book a flight to Seoul
A full evening’s entertainment
In the bustling city that is Seoul, the nearly 6-kilometre stretch of the Cheonggyecheon Stream is an oasis of calm. Running below street level, the stream has waterfalls that are romantically illuminated after dark. If you fancy a late night bite, you can sample typical Korean dishes in the numerous cafés and eateries in the streets of Samcheong-dong. For a night out, trendy Koreans flock to the Apgujeong-dong-district, Seoul’s very own Beverly Hills.
Flights to Seoul for a unique holiday
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A stroll around Bukchon Hanok Village lets you experience a traditional Korean village. The village, with its 6 centuries of history, is located between the 2 most beautiful palaces in the city, Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. Unlike other traditional villages, Bukchon was not built for tourists. This is where the ruling class lived during the Joseon Dynasty and a few descendants of the aristocracy still reside here.
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Tucked away in the busy streets that run between the skyscrapers of Seoul are a couple of very nice street markets. One of the most fun and interesting markets is Tongin Market in the neighbourhood of Hyoja-dong. The market hall has 75 stands with the finest Korean food. What makes this market truly unique is the way you choose your dishes.
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