Jump on a motorbike behind a driver for a tour through the countryside to the tile-roofed Thanh Toan Bridge, built over two centuries ago.

Continue to the Imperial Citadel, modelled after the Forbidden City in Beijing and built in the early 19th century. After lunch, explore Ho Quyen Arena where tigers and elephants fought, gladiator style, for the benefit of the royal family. Continue on to Thien Mu Pagoda, Tu Duc’s Tomb and Vong Canh Hill – the best place to catch a panoramic view of the Perfume River and the Ho Quyen Arena.

Destination Vietnam
City Hue
Departure Location Hotel
Duration 8 hours

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates Departs Daily

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