INSIDE HUE BY CAR

  • Highlights of historical Hue
  • Local lunch
  • Airconditioned private vehicle
  • Hue

1 DAY

PRIVATE TOUR

FROM

$56 AUD / $63 NZD

"Hue is a city of unexpected fascinations so be sure to have your camera fully charged".
Ray Petts - Business Development Manager

Travel in style and airconditioned comfort to enjoy major sites of the historic town of Hue.  Visit the beautiful Thien Mu pagoda, perched on the banks of the Perfume River, walk through the romantic gardens of the Imperial tombs of the Nguyen dynasty and enter the Imperial City and Forbidden Purple Palace that dominates Hue’s city centre

  • Hue

    At 8.30am our guide and driver will meet you at your hotel.

    During the tour you will visit Hue's Citadel and Forbidden Purple City and learn about Vietnam's emperors and their intriguing histories.

    The tour includes a visit to one of the king’s tombs and the stunning Thien Mu pagoda where the view down the Perfume River is stunning.

    This is a truly action packed day of scenery, history, culture and cuisine. Lunch at a local restaurant is included.

Inclusions

  • English speaking local guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Air conditioned car
  • Local lunch

We are experienced Asia travel specialists and designers of tailor- made private tours. Get in touch to start the booking conversation.

Guaranteed departure with groups of 4 or more. Also available as a private trip

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