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If you are traveling to Hue Imperial city in the first time, Da Nang to Hue in one day is the best suggestion for you from Da Nang city. A day tour visits the highlight of Hue in new way and brings to you new experiences to understand more about the Old Capital of Vietnam under Nguyen Dynasty - the last Vietnamese dynasty. In this tour, you will have the opportunity to get a closer to Imperial citadel, King’s tombs and famous pagoda after experiencing admiring the city from the boat.
8:00: Pick you up at your hotel in Da Nang city to Hue city. You will go through Hai van tunnel and have time to stop at Lang Co. Take time to admire the beauty of nature.
9:30: Take a boat trip on Perfume River. Look at the city and stop at Thien Mu pagoda to explore the pagoda.
11:00: Then we transfer to Imperial Forbidden Citadel.
12:30: Have lunch at a local restaurant.
14:00: Visiting the Nguyen Emperors’ Royal Tombs such as the tomb of Tu Duc King, Khai Dinh Tomb.
16:30: Get the bus to return to Da Nang city.
18:30: The trip ends. Drop you off at your hotel.
You will be picked up at your hotel in Da Nang city center area to transfer to Hue city and start your discovery journey in Hue city and start your discovery journey in Hue city. On the way, you will go through Hai van tunnel and stop at Lang Co. Spend your time to admire and take photos of one of the most beautiful passes in Vietnam.
We will visit Hue from Da Nang by transferring to Hue Boat Station. From there, we take a boat trip on Perfume River by Dragon Boat to Thien Mu Pagoda. Sitting on the boat, you can admire the landscapes of Hue city with tranquil vibe. Perfume River is a signature symbol of the city which witnessed many important limestones on Vietnamese history. Then, you will stop at Thien Mu pagoda, a holy pagoda and has more than 400 years old. The tour guide will introduce to you brief information, explain for its location, history, structure and Vietnam Buddhism.
Move to the next site, you will get a ride to Imperial Forbidden Citadel, where the Nguyen Dynasty was established from 1802 for 12 Emperors controlling the country. Step by step we visit The Noon Gate, Yin & Yang Palace, Duyet Thi Duong Old Theater, Grand Ancient Temple, Longevity Palace, Nine Dynastic Urns and Hien Lam Pavilion.
After that, you will have lunch at a local restaurant to recharge the energy for the tour.
In the afternoon, we continue spend our day for visiting the Nguyen Emperors’ Royal Tombs such as the tomb of Tu Duc King – The 4th king of the Nguyen’s Dynasty. It has oriental architecture and attract most travelers by its ancient beauty. Each tomb has its own style and each King’s favorites. When you come to Tu Duc’s tomb, you will feel a romantic vibe with many trees covered around the tomb. The King used to come there to be relaxed, read book and recites poetry.
The last visit is Khai Dinh Tomb has different style. King Khai Dinh is 12th king of the Nguyen Dynasty. The tomb is a combination between Eastern and Western style. It took around 10 years to finish the the construction. Walk around the tomb, you will find interesting to see delicate details in tomb.
We end trip and come back to your hotel in Da Nang city. Da Nang to Hue tour ends. Our guide will say goodbye and see you again!
65.00 (per person)