Business Class flights from Warsaw, Poland to Seoul, South Korea for only €372 one-way with Aeroflot!
Seoul is the capital of South Korea and with the population of more than 10 million people it can easily be considered one of the biggest cities in the world. Discover rich Korean culture, beautiful nature, and delicious food!
The second largest city and a major port of Korea is also a common area to spend a few days. You can take the Korea’s High-speed Train (KTX) to travel to from Seoul to Busan, which takes only about 3 hours.
The city offers great beaches, many temples, historical sites and a flourishing art scene. The city is famous for the Haeundae Beach. Songjeong Beach and Gwangalli Beach are well worth a visit too. You can also head to Beomeosa (Temple of the Nirvana Fish), one of the country's most known urban temples, built on the slopes of Geumjeongsan.
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To know more about South Korea check Destination Fly4free: South Korea and to Lonely Planet online shop >>
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In Seoul we encourage you to stay at a 4* The Recent Dongdaemun Hotel for a good price and with excellent reviews. This property is located a short distance from attractions such as Dongdaemun Market, The Shilla Duty Free Shop, and Pyounghwa Market. Local points of interest like Bangsan Market and Gwangjang Market are reachable within 6 km and 6 km, respectively. At the hotel rooms come with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.
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