Search for street food among the controlled chaos of downtown Seoul, travel back through time at the great Gyeongbokgung Palace and enjoy the tropical climate and beaches of Jeju-do. Your trip to South Korea can be whatever you want it to be.
A quick search on Expedia will reveal 16,972 South Korea hotels, starting as low as ₹8,761 a night. Want to save money on your upcoming trip? The easiest way to make your budget go further is to bundle your hotel and flights with us. On top of this, you can add car rental and experiences, such as a Korean home cooking class. With your South Korea Holiday Package filled to the brim, the only thing left to do will be to hop on that plane.
Day 1-2: Hit the ground at Incheon International Airport in Seoul. Get a bite to eat at the city’s busiest food alley in Gwangjang Market, explore the collection at Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and wander the streets of Seoul’s most artistic neighbourhood, Insadong.
Day 3-4: Hop on a flight to Busan. This coastal city is South Korea’s second biggest, and it boasts plenty to see and do. Jagalchi Fish Market, Gamcheon Culture Village and Haeundae Beach are must-sees.
Day 5-7: You can’t head home without checking out the popular island of Jeju-do. Apart from its gorgeous beaches, this place is also known for the unique volcano, Seongsan Ilchulbong.
Head to Jinhae in spring to witness its majestic cherry blossom festival. This popular event attracts over two million visitors each year.
There’s always something new to experience in the bustling capital, so why not check out our Seoul Holiday Packages?
Reviewed on 28 Mar 2023
Reviewed on 27 Mar 2023
Reviewed on 25 Mar 2023
Have a fun-filled day at Lotte World and see why people love this theme park in Seoul. Visit the shops and top-notch restaurants in this culturally rich area.
Swim in the calm water of a sheltered bay, dine at waterfront seafood bars and see uninterrupted views of Gwangan Bridge.
Let your cares float away while you bob on a tube just off Korea’s most famous beach, where locals and tourists come to see and be seen.