There are a total of 168 islands in Incheon, ranging from the largest, Ganghwa Island (293 km2) to the smallest, Modo Island (810 m2). The islands are popular with tourists who enjoy cycling, camping and backpacking along with white sandy beaches surrounded by forests. Click more details.
Ganghwa was located at the center of Korean history, and it has still many historical and cultural heritages, thereby being called as the roofless museum. It can be said that the history of Ganghwa is just history of Korean people, ranging from the dolmen of prehistoric times designated as the UNESCO World Heritage. Click more details.
Wolmi Culture Street is cited as one of the Incheon’s most representative tourist attractions enabling visitors to enjoy the sea, the setting sun, theme parks, cruises and musical fountains. The amusement park rides, such as the Viking in the Wolmi Theme Park and the Disco Pang Pang, give thrills and fun. Click more details.
Despite diversified culture and fast paced development, Incheon’s Open Port Area keeps the past intact. Since the port opening, Incheon has emerged as an international city where cultures from different countries co-exist. 130 years of the open port history makes Incheon what it is today, allowing it to serve as a bridge connecting with the world and a hub to Northeast Asia. Click more details.
<Sources from Incheon Tourism Organization>