Danang to Hue Imperial City Tour – Hai Van Pass, Lang Co Beach & more
Explore some of the most beautiful sites and fascinating historical places in Vietnam on this unbeatable Hue tour. The breathtaking views of Hai Van Pass and Lang Co beach make way for the stunning architecture and rich Vietnamese culture found at the Hue Citadel. Marvel at the ramparts of this impressive fortress which protected the walled palace of the Hue Imperial City, and experience royal life in the heart of the former imperial capital – the Forbidden Purple City. Your historical journey from Danang to Hue also takes you to the seven-tiered Thien Mu Pagoda via boat ride on the Perfume River, before rounding out your day at Khai Dinh Tomb.
- Departure: Danang
- Duration: Approximately 8 hours
- Meeting time: Approximately 8:00
- Meeting point: Your hotel lobby
- Take in the beauty of Hai Van Pass and Lang Co Beach
- Relive historic Vietnamese culture at the Hue Citadel
- Explore the walled palace of Hue Imperial City
- Enter the imperial inner circle in the Forbidden Purple City
- Cruise along the Perfume River by boat to Thien Mu Pagoda
- Find peace at Khai Dinh Tomb
The pick-up time and times shown on the itinerary vary based on your hotel location and traffic.Pick-up and drop-off service is available for certain hotels in Da Nang. Please indicate the name of your chosen hotel, as this may affect possible pick-up/drop-off services. If you are not sure where your hotel is, please indicate the name of your hotel when booking and our team will get back to you with a suggestion with regard to the meeting point for pick-up.Please note that a surcharge may be required for guests staying outside the Danang city centre. Any additional surcharge is to be paid directly to the driver.
The itinerary might be subject to change due to weather and local conditions, without notice in advance.The times shown on the itinerary may vary based on traffic conditions.Vegetarian and vegan lunch options are available. Please indicate if you have any dietary preferences or restrictions in the Special Request field during booking.
- Entrance fee
- Bottle of water
- Guide (English)
- Boat riding
- Other expense
Explore historical places in Vietnam like the Hue Citadel. See Thien Mu Pagoda, Tomb of Khai Dinh, cruise Perfume River & more
Your Hue tour begins with a scenic drive from Danang to Hue, stopping first at Hai Van Pass to admire the panoramic views of the sea below. You will then have the opportunity for a quick stroll along the sands of Lang Co Beach before arriving at Hue for lunch. This UNESCO World Heritage Centre is home to a complex of the most captivating historical places in Vietnam, including the Hue Citadel. Hue Imperial City and the Forbidden Purple City.Surrounded by thick ramparts and a Perfume River moat, it is easy to see how the Hue Citadel once stood as a formidable line of defence against potential attackers of this historic capital. Stand in the shadows of this striking fortress as you explore Hue Imperial City, a palace located within the first set of citadel walls. Located beyond a second layer of protective fortifications lies the Forbidden Purple City, whose innermost area was once only accessible to the imperial family.Built in 1601, a visit to Thien Mu Pagoda brings you even closer to Vietnamese culture. Located a short distance from the Hue Citadel, you will visit this revered temple by boat along the Perfume River. Also known as the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady, this Buddhist monastery is renowned for its distinct seven-story design and has become the unofficial symbol of Hue. Khai Dinh Tomb is one of the unique Hue attractions and the final stop on your journey of Vietnamese culture. This royal mausoleum complex is known for its beautiful natural location and Feng Shui design, making it the perfect way to end this remarkable Hue tour.
Wonderful and exotic expereince in Hue"I didn't know before that through this trip I will be taken to UNESCO heritage sites. The Hue Citadel looks so sacred and there's a lot of past in it. Love the art that is for me a combination between Chinese and Vietnamese. Vietnam beaches are way more beautiful and pristine than I ever imagine. Through this tour, I made friends as well with a lovely Thai girl. "