The buildings that are still standing are very impressive and it is a massive site. A good few hours could be spent here. They have toilets and refreshment stalls dotted about the whole site. You need a guide as there are not a lot of...More
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At the moment they are opening the imperial city of an evening and they advertise that if you come back the same evening it is half price for the evening session. However no information on how it works. It turns out you have to get...More
This is a really impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site near the Perfume River in Hue and dates from the time of the monarchy. It is a massive site and it can be tiring, so take it slowly and take plenty of water and a hat....More
My wife and I visited the place in a terribly hot day in April. The place is very interesting, even if most of the buildings are being rebuilt/restored Years of wars and a difficult climate took a hard tool on the place. There is a...More
Walking tour but many things to see in the big compound. Can also rent buggies to go around inside the compound about 10-15 minutes but buggies did not stop even for the photo shoot. Shady and nice place to visit.
My bf and I were really excited to visit the citadel but we're sadly completely unimpressed it. At first the guard wasn't going to let me in because I wasn't covered up properly but after I saw he let another girl in, dressed the same...More
Very Interesting, Really Big and a lot of interesting history, great if you feel like a wander or want to discover more details about huē specifically