Visit Chinatown, Jayu Park (celebrating American Army General Douglas MacArthur's rescue of South Korea from communist domination by landing at Incheon), Wolmido Island, great inexpensive public transportation, Korean Life Museum, French Ville coffee/pastry cafe, Guwoldong area for fine (but expensive shopping) and nughtlife, Bupyeong underground shopping, traditional markets, many good Korean restaurants.
Incheon has the peace life in night and day. I love the people here. They are happy and friendly. Especially, Incheon is the port city so in the weekend people from everywhere come here and buy seafood.
It's so bustling.
One of Korea's largest cities, it is also one of the more multicultural cities. It isn't particularly glamorous but it's close to Seoul and one can get a decent meal as well as do great shopping.
Beyond that, it is home to one of the world's unquestionably best airports.
The place we stay is just for us to be able to reach airport and catch our flight on time. Basically Incheon is just good for the travelers who doesnt want to miss their flight.
its very boring, when we arrived there were hardly any people there.The place was kind of barren. all the things that are happening are in Seoul which is their main attraction.
We rode the train, and people are so quiet and hardly speak to you if you ask them a question.
unfortunately i did not have much time to stay as i had a connecting flight in the early morning. of what i did experience, the locals were very friendly and accomodating.
It's got plenty of attractions to offer to its visitors for all of the ticked reasons above! Gotta visit the city, otherwise you won't know what you are missing out ;-)
Incheon airport transit hotel is the ideal place to stay if you have a long transit time between flights without having the hassle of leaving the airport
From the air it looks like a fantastic place to visit. If the airport is any indication of what one would experience in the city, it would be a must see
The areas surrounding Incheon airport is very quiet and not much to do. It's a good place to stay for a couple of days when you first arrive in Korea.
Incheon is an up and coming city in Korea. While Seoul has all the hot spots, Incheon city certainly is trying to woo customers so give it a shot.
Incheon is a new city near the sea and new airport with good connections and few hours of transit.It is not as hectic and crowded like Seoul.
Incheon airport authority is arranging free sightseeing tours for transit passengers which is great.
Need more recomendation on the attractions and places to visit, good food and shopping places besides duty free shops in Incheon Airport.
Unseo Subway station is just 3 min walk from the hotel. There are also alot of restaurants near to the hotel within walking distances.
The hotel also provides shuttle bus to the Incheon Airport.
The Catholic University, the bus terminal complex, and the Lotte Mart as well as the Songdo Park. And Shinsagae Department Store.
Specifically Incheon airport area. Great place to stay before traveling in or out of incheon. The local korean food is fantastic
Clean city, lots business based here, heaps of fantastic restraunts to choose from, catering for all types of food and cooking.
Felt very safe walking around here, would recommend mainly for business people.
Again, I stayed in Songdo, so its a nice place but I wouldn't recommend this place for a vacation. It's more for business.
The area is very clean and neat . the best is this area is very green with a lot of trees . The roads are new and wide .
Incheon is more of a short term place to visit. There is decent seafood and easy access to Seoul and the rest of Korea
Its the airport island.. and it doesn't have much places like mainland seoul. But seoul is just a train ride away.
Incheon is not very built up, but they are starting to build a convention center, so it will probably get better.
There's a couple of bars located within the vicinity of the Airport but don't expect much in terms of night life.
There really isn't much to see or do in Incheon. We usually take the train to Seoul, which has a lot to offer.
Never get to know much about Incheon as we arrived very late at night and departed very early in the morning.
Incheon is a port city just west of Seoul, and is the home city for the Seoul International Airport (ICN).
It has an industrial port, cruise port, separate domestic airport (Kimpo), Chinatown, tourist harbor (Wolmi-do) and many cultural attractions. It has numerous train and bus terminals for getting around, and into Seoul quickly. Korea's public transportation is excellent and price is right. Travel from Incheon to Busan (southeast Korea) or Mokpo (southwest Korea) are both easy day trips via the KTX (Korea's high speed rail). We'd rather stay in Incheon than in Seoul.
Incheon is a good place for short visit if you do have transit at Incheon airport for one to two days.
Must see in Incheon is the Soraepogu fish market, pick whatever you want to eat and they will cook it
The cleanest and friendliest city we have visited in South Korea in the last year! We will be back!