HUE FULL DAY CITY TOUR from 37 USD/person only
|Travel style||Day tour|
|Tour start/end||Hue / Hue|
|Tour price||From 37 to 111 USD/person|
The UNESCO World Heritage town of Hue in central Vietnam is a must see destination. The eclectic and mesmerizing tombs and mausoleums of the last emperors of Vietnam reveal fascinating insights into the lives of the imperial families and their subjects. The ancient citadel reflects the pomp and ceremony of the dynastic rulers, as well as the scars of many years of turmoil, both ancient and modern (the Royal Citadel was badly damaged in the latter stages of the war). Even so, it retains a sense of grace and majesty even today.
Modern Hue is a delightful city of wide boulevards and period buildings set in a picture-postcard landscape. The local university is renowned as one of the country’s finest and the local cuisine is regarded by many as the best in Vietnam.
In the morning, board a boat for a trip on the Perfume River to visit the towering Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the most famous Vietnamese landmarks. Differing legends explain how the pagoda came to be - one tells of an old woman who instructed Lord Hoang Nguyen in 1601 to walk contemplatively along the river with a lit incense stick and to build a city at the spot where the incense stopped burning.
We then take a short drive into a lush valley of the river where seven tombs were built for seven Nguyen emperors. Each is an expression of the unique personality of the man whose remains it holds and each is comprised of three elements: a temple dedicated to the worship of the deceased emperor and his queen, a stone stele that records the biographical and historical high points of his life, and the royal tomb itself. We will visit one of the tombs of emperors Minh Mang or Tu Duc before driving outside of town for a lunch of classic Hue cuisine at a local restaurant.
In the afternoon, we return to the center of Hué city. The massive Kinh Thanh Citadel is the most well known and iconic site in Hué. Begun in 1805 by Emperor Gia Long, it is actually a sprawling complex comprised of the Imperial City, several museums, lakes, and lovely gardens, all laid out in a series of concentric circles. We also visit the Forbidden Purple City, originally built in the early 1800s for the personal use of the emperor and staffed by eunuchs who posed no threat to the royal concubines. Nearly destroyed in the Tet Offensive, the ruins today house the Royal Library and the grounds flourish with mimosa plants and vegetable gardens.
In the late afternoon, we will walk to famous local market of Dongba to see real life of local people and many kind of local foods, local vegetables which local people are coming to buy for their dinners. Come back your hotel for refreshing. End of services!
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|Number of pax||Price in USD/pax|
|From 10 pax+++||37|
For group of 1 or 2 pax, we will use 4 or 7 seat car.
Group of 4 to 8 pax, we will use 16 seat bus or van.
Group of 10 pax + + +, we will use 29 seat bus.
For the odd number group or group with children, please contact us for more details!
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