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Hue at a glance

High season

Dec - Feb
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Perfume river tour
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A two hour trip from Da Nang is the city of Hue. Hue has a good cocktail of city life: bars, restaurants, hotels and so much history. Be prepared to see a whole lot of pagodas, rivers and important landmark sites. A must see attraction in Hue is the Imperial City. It was once home to emperors who ruled over the country. The space is made up of historical buildings and you can easily spend a good couple of hours wandering around. There may be an international consensus that Vietnamese food is amazing, but the food in Hue is extra special because with over 1,000 unique dishes, it’s food is known as royal. Hue has an international airport, so it’s easy to book a pickup from the airport to your hotel and vice versa. If you want to travel to cities like Hanoi, Hoi or Ninh Binh, book a bus or a van to travel with ease.

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Delay and few toilet pauses
The bus was scheduled to arrive at 11.30pm at Hue. In reality, we arrived at 2.30pm! In addition, on the trip to Ninh there were very few pauses to go to the toilet. We only once stopped at the side of the road which is not comfortable for a woman. After I asked several times for a toilet stop we finally stopped at a petrol station.