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Incheon is a beautiful port city that shares borders with Seoul and Gyeonggi. It is located in the northwestern part of South Korea and is the countries third-largest city. Incheon became an international port in 1883, although it has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. Earlier the city was known as Jemulpo, romanised as Chemulpo, and was named as Incheon in 1883. Incheon was originally part of the Gyeonggi Province. However, the city was granted Metropolitan City status on 1st July 1981 when it officially separated from the Gyeonggi Province. Takes up a total area of about 1062 square kilometres, and has a population of about 3 million people. A multitude of natural and human-made tourist attractions add to the vibrance and grandeur of Incheon.

Incheon experiences a continental climate. The winters are freezing, sunny and dry, and summers are hot and humid and experiences bouts of rain. The environment is very similar to that of Seoul but is a bit milder in comparison, owing to its location. The recommended times to visit Incheon are in Spring, between March and May, and in the Fall, between September and November. 

Incheon International Airport (ICN):

The Incheon International Airport (ICN) is the largest in South Korea. It is the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital Area and is considered to be among the most significant and busiest airports in the world. The airport was built on an artificially created piece of land and was opened to commercial use on 29th March 2001. Located about 20km from the city centre, it takes about 40 minutes getting to Incheon from Incheon International airport. The Incheon International Airport houses a casino, ice skating rink, golf course, spa, private sleeping rooms, indoor gardens, video game centre, as well as a museum of Korean Culture. Incheon International Airport has been consistently rated the best airport the world over by the Airports Council International each year since 2005. Skytrax rates this airport as the worlds cleanest airport and best international transit airport.

Getting Around Incheon: 

Amongst all the modes of public transport, the city has to offer; the subway is considered to be the quickest way to get around Incheon. Five subway lines are running through the city that can connect travellers to all the major districts. Bus and taxi services are also available in abundance. However, pay-per-hour bicycles help in getting around while absorbing the essence of Korean culture. 

Hotels in Incheon

Incheon is a relatively large city sprawling with tourist attractions and accommodations to cater those wanting to make the most out of their travels. Be it a completely luxurious holiday or a backpacking trip on a budget, Hotels in Incheon accommodates all kind of travellers.

Those wanting to pamper themselves in luxury, Paradise City is among the handful of luxury Incheon hotels that has everything to offer. This hotel features spacious rooms, an indoor and outdoor open pool, fitness centres, private parking almost many amenities. This hotel is located just 2 kilometres from the Incheon International Airport. Beds start at around USD 200 per night.

For the budget traveller, a variety of guest-houses, hostels and cheap Hotels in Incheon are available to choose from. Incheon Outback Guesthouse comes highly recommended among the backpacker fraternity, boasting comfortable rooms and modern amenities. Beds start at around USD 15 per night.

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Things to do:

Whether you want to go in for an in-depth experience of Korean culture or just a glance at this beautiful city, you will never fall short of things to do in Incheon. There are a variety of museums, gardens and long winding natural trails, cafes and beaches to choose from. 

  • Head over to the largest urban natural green park in the city, the Incheon Grand Park. This park takes up an area of 727 acres and is surrounded by two giant mountains. Within the grand park are a botanical garden, a children’s zoo, artificial turf playing grounds, and beautiful trails where you can go for a walk or bike ride.
  • Head to Incheon Chinatown that offers a host of restaurants, museums and winding intricate streets full of Chinese aesthetics. This locality is laid with ancient Chinese history, of the early Chinese settlers in Korea. It is also renowned for the jjajangmyeon - noodles with black bean sauce, which is said to have its origins from that locality.
  • Take a day trip to the white sand beach of Eurwangni. Located close to the International Airport, this beach is perfect for those who want some water-sports excitement, offering banana boat rides and jet skiing. The sunset views from this beach are breathtaking. 

Places to eat:

Incheon offers an assortment of delicacies and offerings for travellers. The island is interlaced with restaurants and cafes serving authentic South-Korean as well as Chinese cuisine. 

  • Sinpo Market is known for the Korean offerings with several stalls specialising in ‘dakgangjeong’ (fried chicken in a sweet and spicy sauce).  
  • Cold Noodles street in Hwapyeong-dong is famous for this unique style of noodles. The “washbowl noodle” dish comes highly recommended. This dish is considered twice as large as the regular bowls and has chewier noodles, a savoury broth and a reddish sauce.
  • The Panoramic 65 restaurant located in the Oakwood Premier Hotel is worth visiting. The hotel has a special lift to take to you this restaurant, located on the 65th floor. Offering a mix of continental and Korean cuisine, this restaurant should be on any meat-lovers list of restaurants to visit when in Incheon. 

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