Daily Car Hire Rates in Seoul

  • Economy

    Kia Morning
    5 |
    2 |
    3 |
    From € 54.10
  • Compact

    Renault Symbol
    5 |
    3 |
    3 |
    From € 58.49
  • Standard

    Ford Mondeo
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 76.24
  • Suv

    Hyundai Tucson
    5 |
    4 |
    5 |
    From € 95.66
  • Fullsize

    Hyundai Grandeur
    5 |
    5 |
    4 |
    From € 132.56

*daily rates in Seoul based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Seoul Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Seoul is the capital of South Korea and ostensibly the whole of the Korean peninsula given that North Korea is unrecognised by the UN
  • The city’s full name is Seoul Special City
  • Seoul is the world’s largest city by the OECD definition and the second largest metropolis in the world
  • It was established in 18BC as the capital of the kingdom of Baekje
  • Seoul hosted the 1988 Olympics and the 2002 Football World Cup

The most popular car rental agents in Seoul:

  • Avis (Tel: +82 2 575 2580)
  • Hertz (Tel: +82 2 715 0010)
  • National (Tel: +82 2 774 5711)
  • Lotte Rent a Car (Tel: +82 2 715 0010)

A Mini Guide to Seoul

Tell me More About Seoul
Seoul is one of Asia’s biggest cities with over ten million inhabitants within the city boundaries. Seoul is a manic place and at all times of day you’ll see people milling around whilst cars zip back and forth along the city’s streets. Everywhere are the sounds of the city, car horns, gabbled conversations, and the rumble of the public transport system but it’s the sights and smells that grab the visitor.

Neon lights glare out at you from almost every street and otherwise tasteful modern buildings are swathed in lurid fluorescent colours after dark. Street vendors sell steaming pots of unrecognisable fare which smell delicious for next to nothing. Then, despite the overall modernity of the city there are the underlying smells of humanity added to the mix.

Seoul city

How do I get to Seoul?
Seoul has two major airports, Seoul Incheon and Seoul Gimpo. Whilst both are classed as international airports, Gimpo deals mainly with internal flights and flights from China and Japan. Most flights from America and Europe fly into Incheon Airport including Korean Airlines and Asiana Airlines who operate daily flights from London Heathrow.

Other European airports are also featured including Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Rome, Milan and Paris. Once at Incheon, onward travel is simple with the superfast underground taking travellers directly from the airport to the city or to Gimpo Airport for domestic flights. Car hire is available at both airports and cars can be booked online at Rhinocarhire.com.
What is There to See and Do in the City?
Being the seat of power in the region for over two millennia, Seoul is not short of royal palaces with five worthy of a visit. Gyeongbok-gung is the most important and opulent of the palaces. Destroyed twice in Japanese invasions, Gyeongbok-gung has been restored again on both occasions. Changgyeong-gung is the oldest palace dating from the early 12th century. Originally a summer palace it grew in importance and links to a beautiful shrine.

Seoul Gyeongbok gung

Elsewhere in the city, visit Bukchon, the old part of Seoul where the homes of minor royals and part of the royal entourage lived for over 500 years. The buildings are typical examples of traditional Korean architecture. Also you should make sure you climb N Seoul Tower which was once the highest building on the continent. The views are marvellous, of city, mountain, countryside and the nearby forest.

Seoul N Seoul Tower view

What is There to eat in the City?
Korean food is a revelation and available all over the city from a range of outlets. There’s the street vendors with their steaming carts of take away and the high end restaurants where the food is presented exquisitely. Wherever you go, you’ll be assailed by flavoursome piquant food which, whilst unusual, grows on you.

Driving in Seoul - Need to know



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    KRW  1634.51/Ltr

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    Independence Movement Day - National holiday

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Seoul is a massive city but one with a great public transport system as long as you can understand the signs. Many people visiting the city still choose to rent a car in Seoul to get them around the local area or to enable them to explore out of the city.

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