Hue is clustered around the Perfume River, which splits the capital of the Nguyễn Dynasty in two. There are endless must-see historic sites, especially those that are UNESCO World Heritage designated. Sightseeing can include the ornate Imperial Citadel, colorful Thanh Toan Bridge, royal tombs and the Forbidden Purple City. Spend a moment in quiet contemplation if you visit Hue Jungle Crevice, where thousands of citizens were pushed to their deaths.
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4.5 based on 350 reviews
Given the destruction wrought by the war, this is one of the few historic places to have remained largely untouched. A mix of temples, Gardens and canals that create quite a spectacular insight into past splendour. A must see when on the tour....
4.5 based on 2 reviews
A serene, flower-lined walkway leads to this Nguyen Dynasty emperor’s regal tomb, which is part of a complex including a summer home and lake.
Only emperor (second last emperor in this 300+ year dynasty) that has a very nice tomb built for him.
There's admission to get in. You have to climb 200+ steps on a sometime steep staircase.
The grounds are pretty nice and once you get to the top it's a nice view from there.
4.5 based on 802 reviews
We choose this activity as first day in hue and we not disapponting We visit 3 royal tombs and we found it very interesting, own with different story. Little bit unlucky for the raining day, but worth the visit.
4.5 based on 313 reviews
Vietnam Discovery Tours will bring you experience about real Vietnam.
On our way from Hue to Hoi An, we asked our driver to make a quick stop here for some photographs. We arrived before 9 am and there were few people here. The road getting to this bridge was quite bumpy though.
If it is on the way, it is well worth a quick stop.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
We went with TNT tour company and even though the trip was a little pricey for Vietnam ($52 for two), it was great. Views are great if there are no clouds, “adventure” track is the actual rockclimbing adventure (but they offer “easy” track as well) and guides were awesome (especially Dat on our “adventure” track). If you are at least basically physically fit, you’ll make it. Bring another pair of shoes, since you are going to cross a few mountain rivers. And a swimsuit!
4 based on 8 reviews
This former site of the old capitol has a moat and ten ornate gates guarding a palace, temples, Gardens and tombs. Its most prominent feature is a tall flag tower.
History heavy place, most of it destroyed but it doesn't impair the visit seeing how big it was. Very beautiful place
4 based on 751 reviews
Charred remains of the royal family’s inner sanctum occupy this area within the Citadel. It is partially rebuilt with plans for future restoration.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Located in front of To Mieu Temple, these huge urns date from the 1830s and are said to contain the remains of, or at least honour the memory of, the original nine Viet emperors. Ornate, impressive, photogenic.
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