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Seoul Information

Travel and Local Information Guide

Our Seoul information page gives a quick rundown of all the important facts that every first-time visitor needs when planning a trip to the capital of South Korea. As one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, Seoul is home to both modern and traditional cultures, historical sites and urban spaces, as well as ample dining and shopping opportunities.

This section covers unique particulars about Seoul, including what to expect from the weather, a guide to the city’s major airports, public transport, and even the essentials on major cultural celebrations. Ensuring a hassle-free vacation, this comprehensive travel and local information guide will help you navigate the city’s busy streets easily and conveniently.

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Seoul Information

Seoul Airports

Seoul Airports

Serving as the main arrival points for travellers worldwide, Seoul airports feature state-of-the-art terminals and Read More...

Getting Around Seoul

Getting Around Seoul

To help you navigate through Seoul’s bustling landscape, we’ve compiled a breakdown of the city’s extensive subway, bus, Read More...

Seoul Weather

Seoul Weather

Set in northeast Asia, Seoul experiences spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Attracting visitors worldwide, each season Read More...

Seoul Map

Seoul Map

Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as Read More...

10 Best Hotels in Seoul

10 Best Hotels in Seoul

The best hotels in Seoul embrace a diverse range of styles and preferences, boasting spacious guestrooms and suites, Read More...

10 Best Budget Hotels in Seoul

10 Best Budget Hotels in Seoul

The best cheap hotels in Seoul offer comfortable bedrooms and complementing facilities at a fraction of what you’d need Read More...

Good to Know/Tips

  • Tipping is not a part of the Korean culture and it is not always necessary to tip a waiter or a taxi driver
  • If you plan to use the ATMs in Seoul and withdraw money using a foreign card, ensure that the ATM has a global sign or the sign of your credit card company
  • Most ATMs operate only from 09.00 to 23.00, though you might find some 24-hour ATMs in the city
  • Make sure you travel with cash if you are planning on shopping at street markets and smaller shops as they do not accept credit cards.
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