Arriving in Seoul

Depend on Etihad Airways for your next flight to Seoul. There is no more efficient way to get to the exciting land of exquisite beauty and culture.

Plan Your Seoul Getaway

There is so much to do in Seoul that a visitor never has to be stuck in his or her room watching TV. For instance, Gyeongbok Palace was originally built in the late 1300s. English and Spanish tours are available for visitors to learn more about Korea's architectural traditions, as well as the nation’s customs. Bukchon Village features two palaces, along with quaint cafés, restaurants and art galleries, such as the Art Sonje Center. The War memorial of Korea displays generations’ worth of guns, tanks and planes.

Nature lovers will love climbing the picturesque mountains known as Bugaksan peak. The friendly neighborhood of Itaewon is full of lively bars, clubs, restaurants and shops. People can buy furniture and art work, as well as tailored suits. People can then go out dancing at one of the hottest spots in Seoul, Club Volume. Similarly, the Namdaemun market contains a seemingly endless stretch of street-vendor stalls. For those looking to take a romantic stroll, Cheonggyecheon is a 5.8 km, or 3.6 mile stream with gorgeous waterfalls and dozens of overhead bridges. Of course, you can always hop on a Seoul City Tour Bus to take in as much Korean culture as you can.

Flying from Dublin

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Major Airports in Dublin

The major airport for Dublin is Dublin International Airport (DUB). It is located about 10 kilometres north of the city centre. This airport is not only Ireland’s busiest airport, but it is also one of the top ten busiest airports in Europe. There are extensive shopping facilities within the airport that even offer the opportunity to shop on line before you travel for collection on the way. The wide variety of snack bars, cafes and restaurants cater to all tastes, with some open 24 hours a day.

Airport Transportation in Dublin

Transportation to the airport is easily available, with a large selection of coach companies and public services offering routes by bus to Dublin International Airport. If you are travelling in a hurry, prefer the extra privacy or just need more luggage space, you can get a taxi to Dublin International Airport from anywhere in the city. At present, there is no direct train to Dublin International Airport. Therefore, taxis and buses are best available options for travel to the airport.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Dublin to Seoul on which you will be travelling in comfort and style. 

Etihad Office in Ireland

Dublin, Ireland
+353 1 871 6401