Es gibt 7 Anbieter, die Ninh Binh mit Hue verbinden,, mit 7 Abfahrten täglich. Wenn du dich für ein(e) Bus entscheidest, kannst du die Lokale Schlafgelegenheit-Optionen wählen.
Es gibt 5 Anbieter, die Ninh Binh mit Hue verbinden,, mit 18 Abfahrten täglich. Wenn du dich für ein(e) Zug entscheidest, kannst du die Shared Cabin-Optionen wählen.
Es gibt 1 Anbieter, die Ninh Binh mit Hue verbinden,. Wenn du dich für ein(e) Auto entscheidest, kannst du die Standard-Optionen wählen.
When traveling the 573 kilometer (356 mile) distance between Ninh Binh and Hue, you have two transportation options to choose from:
When it comes to traveling on a bus, you’ll be departing late in the evening. This is a great choice for travelers on a budget, who’d like to get some sleep during their trip and save money on accommodation.
If you’d prefer to travel on a train, there are two departure times to choose from – one in the morning, and another one in the evening, so that you can pick one based on your preferences. Traveling on a train in Vietnam is a unique way to experience the country, and there are several options available, from shared cabins to luxury, private cabins.
Travelers who take the overnight bus or train won’t be able to see much outside of their window, besides darkness. You should use this time to rest and relax so that you can arrive fresh and energized in Hue, and go straight to exploring the town.
Those who chose a morning train departure will have a chance to enjoy the lush green views of the Vietnamese countryside.
Once you arrive in Hue, you’ll see right away how charming Hue is. The riverfront town used to be one of the main royal capitals of the country. Therefore, one of the most popular attractions around here are the Tombs of the Ancient Emperors. Most of them date from the 19th and 20th centuries and are carved to tell the stories of popular Buddhist legends.
Hue sits on the Perfume River. There’s a scenic promenade along the banks of the river, where you can go for a relaxing walk after an exhausting day of sightseeing. You can also rent a paddleboard, or a kayak and enjoy the city from its waterways.
If you’ve already spent some time in Vietnam, you’ll know how tasty Vietnamese food is! Now, imagine someone told you that Hue is often referred to as the town with the best food in Vietnam? Hue was once one of the most significant royal cities in the country, and therefore one of the premium producers of imperial banquets. Because of that, many restaurants all around town still serve these banquets in the traditional style, served over multiple courses.
When it comes to some other popular sights, Hue has many pagodas, temples, and palaces you can check out. Some of the most visited ones are Huyen Tran Princess Temple, Tu Hieu Pagoda, the Imperial Citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda, Ho Chen Temple, and more.
If you’re craving some vitamin sea, you’ll be happy to find out that Hue is not that far away from the coast. You’ll find a beautiful beach, Thuan An Beach, around 14 kilometers outside of Hue.
Taking a bus
The buses that operate on the Ninh Binh to Hue route are clean and comfortable. All buses have reclining seats so that you can spend the long journey catching up on your sleep. The buses are equipped with blankets, A/C, toilets on board, and some might have WiFi provided.
Taking a train
Hopping on a train from Hue to Ninh Binh is a unique way to travel through Vietnam. The train cabins are modern, clean, and comfortable. Every train has A/C and toilets on board.
Hue has two distinctive seasons. The dry season lasts from January to August, and the wet season lasts from September to December. The best time to visit Hue is in January and February when the temperatures are at their warmest, and there’s almost no rainfall.
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Schlafgelegenheit Bus von NB Open Buswas für gewöhnlich 10Std. dauert
453 km (Luftlinie)
Es gibt ungefähr 25 Abfahrten pro Tag. Sie können auch eine private Fahrt buchen und aussteigen, wo auch immer Sie möchten.