Off the beaten tracks
Experience new way of travelling
“One of the great things about travel is that you find out how many good, kind people there are.” — American novelist Edith Wharton
Hue was the capital of Vietnam and home to the last dynasty. After the Vietnam War, Hue’s unique history fell to ruin because the Nguyen imperial era wasn’t viewed favorably by the conservative communist leaders. These days, however, the citadel, temples and landmarks are world treasures, with millions of visitors arriving every year to see these fascinating priceless sites that must be preserved for our next generations.
Remarks: One hundred US dollars is the total sum for one person (the more the cheaper) including of private transport with driver Hoi An > Hue > Hoi An, entrances, boat trip on Perfume River with lunch on board and local tour guide.