Top 4 tours of Hue

by Female Abroad

Not far from the city of Hoi An is the city of Hue which is well worth a visit on its own due to the history of the area. If you do plan on swinging into town then these tours may be for you. Click the blue hyper linked title for more information, to check availability, and to purchase.

Hue to Hoi An by car via Hai Van pass, monkey mountain, beaches

Up to four passengers can travel between destinations in air-conditioned comfort with this one-way private transfer from Hue to Hoi An (or the reverse direction). Skip the hassle of navigating Hai Van Pass and have more time to focus on sightseeing. En route, your driver stops at the Lap An fishing lagoon, Lang Co Beach, Tho Quang fishing village in Da Nang, Son Tra Peninsula sites, and Marble Mountain.

Hue City Full-Day Tour

See the UNESCO-listed Imperial City on a full-day sightseeing tour of Hue. The former imperial capital on the banks of the Perfume River offers visitors a glimpse of royal palaces and tombs. Visit Dong Ba Market; take a dragon boat ride to Thien Mu Pagoda; and tour the Hue Royal Antiquities Museum and kings’ tombs with your guide. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport by minivan included.

Hue Flavor Street Food Tour

Eat like a local and explore the city streets of Hue by cyclo. You’ll taste plenty of street food and get an overview of Hue’s culinary culture with commentary by a professional and informative guide. Visit Dong Ba Market where you can mingle with the locals. Sink your teeth into a variety of dishes, such as steamed or fried rice dumplings, and slurp up vermicelli soup. Hotel pickup is included.

Dmz tour from Hue - Vinh Moc tunnels car tour

Discover some of the places through which Vietnam remembers the Vietnam War on this historical tour from Huế. Instead of exploring these memorials and landmarks with a distracting tour group and a guide reading from a script, explore these places at your own pace with a private guide. Visit landmarks like the Long Hung Church and Hien Luong Bridge, which marks the war’s Demilitarized Zone, and go deep into the Vịnh Mốc tunnels that many Vietnamese lived in during the war.

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