Visit Soraepogu filled with must-sees and must-haves. Fresh sea breeze and seafood is welcoming visitors. Gizzard shad and prawns are in full swing.
2-6, Pogu-ro, Namdong-gu, Incheon
As soon as you enter the Sorae Wetland Eco Park, you will feel the salty air as the park is situated by the sea. Walking into the park, you meet a vast mud flat that shows the beauty of nature. The park was Sorae Salt Field that produced the largest amount of sun-dried salt in Korea in 1970s.
77, Sorae-ro 154beon-gil, Namdong-gu, Incheon
From Sunset Observatory in Daecheongdo Island, you can see the perfect balance between open seas and incredible cliffs of the island. Out of numerous cliffs, the biggest and the most wonderful one is called 'Seopungbaji (literally "the West Wind Barrier") which awes all visitors. You can see traces of its fight against the wind and waves all over the huge cliff.
Daecheong-myeon, Ongjin-gun, Incheon
Relics between opening port in 1883 and the beginning of Japanese colonization in 1910 are on display in the Museum. Visitors can see various shapes of modern Incheon since the opening port.
3 Incheondaegyo Expressway Jung-gu Incheon
Songdo Central Park has huge seawater lakes and waterways that run through the new city. It is wonderful to walk around the park in daylight. The park becomes even more beautiful at night as tons of lights in high rise buildings around the park reflect on the lakes and waterways.
196, Techno park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
In Ganghwa-gun, there are about 160 dolmens. Among them, 70 are registered as the World Cultural Heritage. Jiseokmyo in Bugeun-ri, Ganghwa is a colony of 14 tombs, which is a typical type of tombs of the Bronze era (Historical Site. No. 137).
317, Bugeun-ri, Hajeom-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon