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South Korea Hotel Travel Guide\n

South Korea's tourist attractions include the capitals of ancient kingdoms and the world's second-largest city, 20 national parks, and thousands of small islands, rural villages, and dormant volcanoes. Whether you're interested in its ultra-modern urban enticements, Buddhist temples and sacred monuments, or natural treasures unchanged for centuries, you'll discover the diverse delights of this East Asian nation with South Korea hotel packages.

Visiting South Korea

South Korea is mostly mountainous, with lowlands in the west and southeast, plus several thousand small islands. Seoul, found in the northwest in the Han River Valley, is the capital of South Korea and the second-largest metropolitan area in the world. Book hotels in Seoul for easy access to tourist attractions including Changdeok Palace, the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty, and the ancient shrines of Hwaseong Fortress. Seoul also offers Lotte World, an enormous indoor theme park ideal for families. From the high-tech capital, venture back in time to the ancient kingdom of Gyeongju on the east coast. The city is more than one thousand years old, and its historic landmarks include temples, pagodas, and some of the most renowned examples of Buddhist art.

See the sun rise over the Sea of Japan from Seokguram Grotto, and explore royal gardens and an ancient astronomical observatory at Gyeongju National Park. Jeju Island in the Korea Strait is another major tourist attraction, since it features the highest mountain in Korea and a lava tube system considered the finest in the world. Outdoor adventurers should find hotels in South Korea in the vicinity of Seoraksan National Park. Take note that the park's mountains are at their most beautiful in fall, when the foliage turns into brilliant shades of red and orange, but its streams, waterfalls, historic temples, and sculpture-like rock formations are spectacular year-round.

It's Time to See South Korea

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How much is a hotel room in South Korea?

Hotels in South Korea start at $25 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.