Turkish Airlines offers 10 to 15 different flight alternatives in average every day from Seoul to Paris, all with a connecting flight over Istanbul Airport (IST). Although the point of arrival for connecting flights is Istanbul Airport (IST), the point of departure to Paris may be Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in some flights. Moreover, there are also flights operated with two connecting points, one in over Ankara Esenboğa Airport (ESB) as well in certain seasons.
Ongoing all year round, the number of flights remains quite the same throughout the year; no seasonal changes occur. The duration of journey varies by the layover and ranges from 17 to 31 hours in average. Nevertheless, this long period turns into pleasant memories for Turkish Airlines passengers. Passengers holding a flight ticket from Seoul with Turkish Airlines may benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul as free of charge, in case their layover at Istanbul is between 6 to 24 hours.
Encircled by the Sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea, Seoul is situated in the northwest of South Korea Island. Serving as a hub for administrative and financial management as the country’s capital, Seoul is also a pioneer in many aspects countrywide like trade, technology, sports, education, culture and art.
The utterly exclusive and historic palaces like Deoksugung Palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace are the touristic icons in the city. King Sejong Statue and the War Memorial of Korea for commemorating the martyrs of Korean War including the names of many Turkish soldiers as well are the top crowd-pulling spots in the city. National Folk Museum and Jongmyo Temple gets credit by those interested in cultural tours.
There are two airports in this populous metropolis as Incheon Airport (ICN) and Gimpo Airport (GMP). Flights from Seoul to Paris with Turkish Airlines take off from Incheon Airport (ICN).
It is possible to use the buses, AREX trains or cabs to reach Incheon International Airport (ICN), which is located 45 kilometers from the center. Passengers planning to use the express services may reach the airport within 40 minutes via the express line departing from the Central Railway Station. Although transportation with other line is more budget friendly, it takes more time as it stops by nearly 10 stations heading towards the airport.
Airport buses setting off from the bus terminal also reach the airport within one to one and a half hours when there is no heavy traffic. Buses operate in two different qualities as standard and luxury in every 15 minutes. In addition to these, you may also take a cab from anywhere in the city to reach the airport.
The French capital Paris is a popular destination in high demand all seasons. Whether young students, middle aged families, crowded groups or honeymooners; surely everyone has a reason to visit Paris. As a magnificent town filled with art, culture, history, education and entertainment, Paris truly is a one of a kind European capital.
The most noteworthy icon, Eiffel Tower simply is enthralling by all its charm. Notre-Dame Cathedral with a very significant religious value is another remarkable icon in the city fascinating by its Gothic architecture. As one of the most valuable museums worldwide, Louvre offers an unforgettable experience for art lovers, owning a wide collection of nearly 35 thousand peerless works. Sacre Cour Basilica stands out as the favorite of history fanciers, whereas Disneyland is flooded by young guests, and Champs Elysées is the first stop of shopaholics.
This delightful city hosts three airports: Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Orly International Airport (ORY) and Beauvais Tillé Airport (BVA). Passengers booking their flights to Paris with Turkish Airlines from Seoul land at Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG).
RER trains are the most preferred means of transport for reaching the city center from airport. Trains serving from T2 and T3 terminals head towards Denfert-Rochereau, Port-Royal, Luxembourg, Saint-Michel Notre-Dame, Châtelet-Les Halles and Gare du Nord. It is possible to benefit from the free CDGVAL shuttle trains to get to the T2 and T3 terminals from T1.
Airport shuttles would be another option, serving to Opera Garnier in the center. You may also get on the municipal buses numbered 350 and 351 to reach the center. The line numbered 350 operates to Gare de L’est and 351 heads towards Nation station.
Those interested in a private transport may take the cabs available 7/24 to reach anywhere in the city.