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Where to stay in Seoul
4.5/5Wonderful!(53 area reviews)
Made world-famous by a catchy 2012 K-pop song with quirky dance moves, this is still Seoul’s most talked about neighborhood today.
This luxury shopping district at the heart of central Seoul is the place to come for quality brand products and simply great food.
Alternative cafés and underground nightclubs complement the bowling alleys and high-end shopping malls of this spicy and exciting part of town.
Right at the centre of Seoul, this district is a mix of culture and shopping complemented by traditional Korean art, crafts and antiques.
4.5/5Wonderful!(171 area reviews)
Historic meets modern in this central district of Seoul, where good food, unique architecture and mountainous green spaces come together.
Accommodation in Seoul
Seoul maintains a reverence for culture and spirituality, boasting opulent temples and ancient palaces among the points on its landscape. But don’t be mistaken—the capital of South Korea is not short on towering skyscrapers and streets thumping with energy. Yes, you can rub elbows in Namdaemun Market, just as easily as you can reflect in front of the royal Gyeongbokgung Palace. Be sure to put a visit to the N Seoul Tower on your itinerary, which happens to be the tallest point in the entire city. After a day of exploration, loads of Seoul hotels are waiting to welcome you for a few hours of quiet respite.
Where to Stay in Seoul
Seoul has a bevy of accommodation in any traveller’s budget. From 5-star high-rises to Seoul airport hotels, you won’t be left wanting for a selection of appealing guest rooms and suites at cheap rates. For a faster way of life, book your room in Myeong-dong. Want to slow things down a bit? The neighbourhood of Insa-dong might be a better fit.
Seoul Travel Tips.
Temperatures are mildest in Seoul from March to May and September to November, so these are often considered the finest times to make your trek to South Korea. As an added bonus, the throngs of summer visitors won’t be present, either. That means shorter queues for attractions and better rates on Seoul accommodation. Once you’re in the city, a robust subway system makes it easy to get around. You can always hail a cab if you’re in a hurry.
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