Hue is culturally and historically significant. It was once Vietnam's Imperial City and later the country's capital under the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945). Hue’s architectural treasures and vestiges have earned the city international recognition as Vietnam’s first UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, a status granted in 1993.
Pick up from your hotel at 8 Am and drive to Hue , on arrival visit Tombs of Nguyen Emperors.
Tu Duc Tomb - one of the most spectacular Royal Tombs in Hue, which is located in a narrow wooded valley in Duong Xuan Thuong village, 8km from the former imperial capital of Hue. The tomb was designed by the Emperor Tu Duc himself for use before and after his death, and was built between 1864 and 1867.
Khai Dinh Tomb is unique among the royal tombs in Hue because of its architectural fusion of Chinese, Vietnamese, and European Gothic elements.
On the way to Hue City, we will make a short stop at Incense-making village and Conical hat-making village.
After lunch in a nice local restaurant, visit 400 years Thien Mu Pagoda which is the oldest pagoda in Hue, then continue to Hue Old Citadel – Headquarter of Vietnam in 19th Century
Drive back to the hotel around 18:30