Book Cheap Flights from San Francisco to Seoul Incheon
Flights from San Francisco to Seoul Incheon
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Airports in San Francisco
The US city of San Francisco in California is primarily served by San Francisco International Airport. It also serves San Francisco Bay Area and is a major gateway to Europe and Asia. Located 13 miles away from downtown San Francisco, this airport is the largest in Northern California and the second-busiest in California. Passengers can avail scheduled and seasonal flights to several domestic and international destinations from here.
San Francisco International Airport is well-connected to all parts of the city through a superb transportation network comprising a rail network (BART and Caltrain), buses operated by nearby San Mateo County (called SamTrans), shared ride, vans, hotel courtesy shuttles, and taxis.
Explore Seoul and Incheon
Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea. This 2000-year-old riverside city along the Han River has played host to 1988 Summer Olympics and 2002 FIFA World Cup. It is South Korea’s cultural and financial axis, and a stellar mix of royal palaces, traditional Buddhist temples, and skyscrapers like N Seoul Tower (the former tallest tower in Asia).
The South Korean city of Incheon, located near Seoul, is a vertex of three cities together called Seoul Metro Area. It is country’s first free economic zone, and administers a few islands, beaches, several shopping hotspots and a Second World War site.
Things to do in Seoul Incheon
N Seoul Tower (or the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower)
The N Seoul Tower is a communication and observation tower in central Seoul. It was once the tallest tower in Asia. It is South Korea's first general radio wave tower to provide TV and radio broadcasting services in the city. It tops at 236 meters and is located on Namsan Mountain.
Gyeongbok-gung is the first and grandest of Joseon Dynasty-era royal palace. It was razed twice in 1592 and 1910 by Japanese forces and was rebuilt. A masterpiece of Korean architecture, it now hosts the Joseon Palace Museum and the Korean Folk Museum.
Dedciated to Lord Buddha, the Jeondeungsa Temple is the oldest temple in Korea. It was built by three sons of the founder of Korea- Dangun. This temple is located in Ganghwa Island and lies close to the country’s border with North Korea.
Best Time to Fly to Seoul Incheon
The best times to fly to Seoul are the winter season from December to February and early spring season in March. Visitors are greeted with colder temperatures and festivals like Hangang Yeouido Spring Flower Festival (in April), Lotus Lantern Festival (in May) and Korean Lunar New Year (in January or February).