Incheon neighbors Seoul, and most of the city’s growth is due to Incheon International Airport
, which is consistently rated by the Airports Council International to be one of the best in the world. Accommodations in Incheon are popular with travelers using Seoul as a stopover point. A high-speed rail connection links the two cities.
Incheon boasts a busy seaport, making it one of South Korea's most important transportation hubs. For travelers, this means a vast array of hotels and resorts, as well as restaurants and bars aimed at the tourist sector.
Incheon's humid climate provides a good excuse for travelers to visit the beach. Yeongjongdo Island
is a popular weekend escape for Seoul’s residents as the beaches are ideal for swimming and sunbathing. There are quite a few hotels on Yeongjong Island that cater specifically to travelers visiting the hot springs.
Incheon is also home to dynamic high-tech architecture. Aside from its futuristic-looking airport, the Songdo Bridge and Tomorrow City
make for an interesting skyline. Incheon is also home to some beautiful historic structures, with 19th century buildings scattered through the Jung District and a 15th-century Confucian school still standing in Nam-gu.
There’s much more to see and learn about Incheon, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.