A stay in Incheon, a port and industrial city on the northwest coast of South Korea, requires good planning. The city is only 28 kilometers from the South Korean capital and not far from the border with North Korea. With 2.9 million inhabitants, this city is the third largest city in South Korea. The reason why planning your stay in this city should be well thought out is that it is quite a big city with many tourist attractions and the South Korean capital is also nearby. And who doesn’t want to see as much as possible on such a trip to Asia?
Insider tip away from the mainstream
Compared to the nearby capital of South Korea, Incheon is not exactly rich in classic tourist sights. But this being away from the classic mainstream is what attracts a lot of tourists on their Asia trip. For example, a trip to the green island of Ganghwa is worthwhile. And in the Songdo City district you can get to know modern South Korean business better. There are residential areas, parks, but also shopping and cultural offerings. There are also many a restaurant with authentic Korean cuisine or the famous night market. For a good planning of your stay in this city, you should not miss Central Park and a walk to the observation deck on the 33rd floor of the G Tower.