Hue Highlights

Located in the Center of Vietnam, Hue is an ancient citadel that continuously retains priceless cultural values and historic evidence of this country. Used to be Vietnam’s capital, Hue has overcome the ups and downs of an unforgettable period of time governed by the Nguyen dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Thank those, Hue today attracts tourists with its ancient architecture, peaceful and poetic features in landscapes, and hospitality to local people as well. It will be a lack of mention of Hue without Perfume River. Gracefully stretching out of this land, the Perfume River is famous for its picturesqueness that tourists can truly enjoy by taking a boat trip along the river. Reigned by 13 Nguyen Lords, Hue owns imperial tombs, and therein, is mostly visited by tourists are the tomb of Tu Duc, Minh Mang, and Khai Dinh. Besides, Hoang Thanh (Yellow City) and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Purple City) are other noteworthy-visiting attractions in Hue where tourists can get deep insights into a part of history, culture, and architecture of Vietnam.

The ideal time to visit Hue is from October to March when is not a high season for domestic tourists and the weather is comfortable. Check the list below to get more detailed information about Hue Attractions during your Vietnam local tour.