Stockholm to Seoul Flights (ARN-ICN)

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Stockholm to Seoul Flights (ARN-ICN)

Stockholm (ARN) to Seoul (ICN) Flight Deals

  1. Stockholm (ARN) to Seoul (ICN)

    ARN-ICN

    02.03.2020

    ARN-ICN

    09.03.2020

    7 Days
    7,605SEK
  2. Stockholm (BMA) to Seoul (ICN)

    BMA-ICN

    14.04.2020

    BMA-ICN

    28.04.2020

    14 Days
    7,838SEK
  3. Stockholm (STO) to Seoul (SEL)

    STO-SEL

    16.01.2020

    STO-SEL

    23.01.2020

    7 Days
    8,388SEK
  4. Stockholm (ARN) to Seoul (SEL)

    ARN-SEL

    16.01.2020

    ARN-SEL

    23.01.2020

    7 Days
    8,414SEK
  5. Stockholm (ARN) to Seoul (ICN)

    ARN-ICN

    25.05.2020

    ARN-ICN

    14.06.2020

    20 Days
    7,864SEK
  6. Stockholm (BMA) to Seoul (ICN)

    BMA-ICN

    15.04.2020

    BMA-ICN

    28.04.2020

    13 Days
    7,838SEK
  7. Stockholm (STO) to Seoul (SEL)

    STO-SEL

    17.01.2020

    STO-SEL

    24.01.2020

    7 Days
    9,238SEK
  8. Stockholm (ARN) to Seoul (SEL)

    ARN-SEL

    17.01.2020

    ARN-SEL

    24.01.2020

    7 Days
    9,264SEK

Stockholm to Seoul

Finnair serves Stockholm via Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN), located near the town of Märsta and 41 km north of Stockholm, and the much closer Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA), located 7.4 km west-northwest of the city centre. Our flights from Stockholm connect to one of over 100 unique destinations around the world, so the only question left to ask is: where will we take you next?

The quickest way to get to Stockholm Arlanda Airport from the city centre is via the Arlanda Express high-speed train, which makes the trip between the airport and Stockholm Central Station in just 20 minutes. Alternatively, Flygbussarna, Swebus and SL operate buses which run between various parts of Stockholm and ARN.

Departing from Stockholm with Finnair

  • Finnair flights from Stockholm Arlanda Airport depart from Terminal 2.
  • Check-in at Arlanda Airport opens 2 hours before departure and closes just 45 minutes before your flight.
  • Enjoy the BRA Lounge at Stockholm Arlanda and relax before your flight.

 

Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is one of the world’s most densely populated cities, with over 10 million inhabitants. The city contains skyscrapers and apartment buildings, as well as shopping districts where you can find almost everything. Seoul is regarded as one of the world’s most modern cities and the centre rises in several layers, from underground level right up to the restaurants high up in the skyscrapers. A stream that has been dug out from under the tarmac runs through the city centre with beautiful boulevards on both sides, and a surreal tranquillity seems to prevail in the courtyards of the city's temples. This is a city that never sleeps and it shows off its most ostentatious side at night, with vibrant nightlife.

SIGHTS IN SEOUL

  • Gyeongbok Palace (Gyeongbokgung) – located in the heart of Seoul, Gyeongbok Palace is Korea’s best-known royal palace containing beautiful parks and buildings that you won't want to miss during a visit to the city.
  • Bukchon Hanok Village – here you can find historical buildings of traditional design and many beautiful shrines.
  • Mount Namsan – take the cable car up to the YTN Seoul Tower to get a great view over Seoul.
  • The National Museum of Korea – one of the largest and most modern museums in the world.
  • Jimjilbang – a unique experience that you cannot find outside Korea. Jimjilbang´s public baths offer hot tubs, sauna, massage and spa treatments together with relaxation areas featuring flat screen TV, PC´s and heated floors. Often open around the clock, the spa, heated baths and treatment rooms are gender-divided but the public areas for relaxation are open to all.

Important: do not forget to shower before you step into any pool.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO NEAR SEOUL

  • Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) – a heavily guarded buffer zone on the border of North and South Korea that can be viewed on guided tours. It is extremely rare that any hostilities take place here and a visit is thoroughly recommended to any traveller. The DMZ and its surroundings contain many interesting historical sights and pristine untouched natural surroundings. About 40 minutes from Seoul.
  • Namhansanseong – an attractive mountain park with walking trails outside Seoul. The old Namhansanseong Fortress is also situated here. 20 minutes from Seoul.

SHOPPING IN SEOUL

With markets selling just about anything, shopping in Seoul is easy, and you can find everything from traditional handicrafts to modern electronic gadgets and designer clothes.

  • Myeong Dong – the main shopping area which offers truly trendy fashion. Here you will find international and local shops, big department stores like Lotte and Shinsegae, designer clothes, furnishings and accessories galore. Seoul’s nightlife offers restaurants, cafes and clubs and keeps Myeong Dong bustling into the early hours.
  • Namdaemun and Dongdaemun are two famous market places in Seoul where you can shop almost 24 hours a day and find everything that you didn’t even realise you needed.
  • COEX Mall – offers you even more shopping adventures in Seoul. It is the largest underground shopping mall in Asia, with a huge aquarium.
  • Yongsan Electronics Market – a mecca for electronic goods.
  • Insa-dong Street – small and homely street with a great atmosphere. Souvenirs, traditional handicrafts and interior design, bars and boutiques – don´t forget to try one of the cozy teahouses you can find here.

KOREAN FOOD & DRINK IN SEOUL

With an abundance of food options, Seoul offers everything from small traditional street food stands serving basic rice and vegetable dishes to up-market restaurants with comprehensive menus. If seafood is your thing, visit Noryangjin Fish Market, where you will find hundreds of shops, fish auctions and an abundance of restaurants.

  • Kimchi – the Korean national dish of fermented nappa cabbage that comes in many different varieties.
  • Bulgogi – marinated meat and fresh vegetables that you cook yourself on a table grill. You then place your grilled food inside a lettuce leaf and serve it with various tasty sauces.
  • Bibimbap – a typical Korean rice dish that also contains sliced meat and vegetables.
  • Kimmari – deep fried noodle rolls with seaweed.
  • Gimbap – a South Korean variation of sushi.
  • Korean fried chicken – eggshell-thin, crisp crust around a juicy interior.
  • Bibim naeng myun – a Korean cold noodle dish made of thin, slightly chewy buckwheat noodles.
  • Sikhye – traditional sweet South Korean dessert-drink made of malt powder and rice.
  • Soju – South Korea´s national alcohol beverage served as shot and longdrink. Beer and wine also available.

TRANSPORT IN SEOUL

  • Metro – Seoul’s subway is fast and easy to use, inexpensive and clean, this is the best option if you want to travel around a lot.
  • Bus – slightly slower but good value for money.
  • Taxi – using the taxi in Seoul is the cheapest alternative for a short journey if two or three are travelling together.

Weather in Seoul

Thursday
10°C 17.10.2019
Friday
15°C 18.10.2019
Saturday
18°C 19.10.2019
Sunday
17°C 20.10.2019
Monday
18°C 21.10.2019
Tuesday
19°C 22.10.2019
Wednesday
18°C 23.10.2019
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