Hue

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Overview

Threaded along the beautiful Perfume River which flows through the city of Hue, the unique and extraordinary monuments serve as a guide to the lives of Vietnam’s last emperors.

experiences

Vespa Adventure

Visit Thien Mu pagoda then have lunch at a local restaurant. Visit the Imperial Citadel, originally constructed in 1804 as the seat of the imperial government. The citadel comprises of six-foot thick brick ramparts and 10 fortified gates, all encircled by a 100-wide moat with the chance to visit two tombs.

Hue Highlights

Visit Thien Mu pagoda then have lunch at a local restaurant. Next, visit the Imperial Citadel, originally constructed in 1804 as the seat of the imperial government. The citadel comprises a six-foot thick brick rampart and 10 fortified gates, all encircled by a 100-wide moat. Later, you can visit one of the following tombs:

Tu Duc Royal Tomb, the most impressive of all the royal mausoleums, built by Emperor Tu Duc between 1864 and 1867
Khai Dinh Tomb with an impressive combination of Eastern and Western design

Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.