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Imperial City, Hue: Tour from Hoi An and Da Nang

1. Imperial City, Hue: Tour from Hoi An and Da Nang

Travel back to the Nguyen Dynasty on a multi-stop tour from Hoi An and Da Nang to Hue. See the Imperial City, the Mausoleum of Emperor Khai Dinh, and the Thien Mu Pagoda. Get a taste of Hue cuisine during lunch at a local restaurant. Following pickup in Hoi An, the journey to Hue begins by crossing one of the best coastal roads in the world, the Hai Van Pass. Take advantage of a 30-minute stop at the peak and 5 minutes to take photos at Lang Co Beach.  After a final round of pickup in Da Nang, visit the Khai Dinh Tomb, a blend of Western and Eastern architecture constructed between 1920-1931. Then, enjoy lunch at a local specialty restaurant serving Hue-style dishes.  With a full stomach of local cuisine, continue to Hue’s main attraction, the Imperial Citadel. Once the home of the Nguyen Emperor, the citadel also contains the Forbidden Purple City. Explore Thien Mu Pagoda, Hue’s largest pagoda. Built in 1601, it is the subject of many local folk rhymes and is considered the unofficial symbol of Hue. Finish the day with drop-off back in Da Nang and Hoi An.

Private Tranfer from Hue to Danang and Hoi An City

2. Private Tranfer from Hue to Danang and Hoi An City

Be collected from your accommodation in Hue and travel in a private car to the pretty village of Lang Co, famous for its golden sand beach. Get breathtaking views of the landscape as you drive to a eucalyptus oil village, and then cross the Hai Van Pass in the Annamite Mountains. Be rewarded with one of the finest views in Vietnam. Continue to the Cham Museum in Da Nang, and learn all about the ancient culture of the ethnic Cham people of Vietnam and Cambodia. See the beautiful beach of My Khe where US marines stayed from 1965 to 1973. Visit the stone carving village of Non Nuoc, and end with a nature walk on Marble Mountains south of Da Nang city. Discover the mysterious caves and Buddhist temples scattered across the limestone hills. End the trip in Hoi An.

Hoi An: Full-Day Customized Private Tour

3. Hoi An: Full-Day Customized Private Tour

Create your own full-day itinerary according to the attractions you're most interested in. Get picked up from your hotel in Hoi An by your guide and travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle. Choose from any of the sights below to make your ideal city tour of Hoi An. Japanese Covered Bridge One of the most popular landmarks in the Old Town of Hoi An, this 400-year-old bridge with its reddish-pink hue is a symbol of unification. Take in the fine architectural details awhile walking across the bridge or snap some photos of its striking silhouette from afar. Hoi An Museum of History and Culture Housed in a 17th-century temple, this museum features an eclectic mix of artifacts such as ceramics, maps, photos, bells, and more that collectively span approximately 2,000 years of Hoi An history. Roam through the exhibit halls and get a glimpse of Hoi An’s glorious and prosperous past. Chinese Assembly Hall (Fujian Assembly Hall) While there are many Chinese assembly halls in Hoi An, none is as aesthetically pleasing as the Fujian Assembly Hall. With its faded red brick gate and intricate architecture, it was once a traditional Chinese meeting point but is now a temple dedicated to Thien Hau, a sea goddess. Museum of Trade Ceramics Located in a restored two-story house reminiscent of Hoi An’s old shophouses, this museum houses a collection of pottery pieces not just from Hoi An but from around Asia and even some parts of the western world. This is a must for pottery aficionados. Hoi An Central Market Hoi An’s biggest and busiest market, this is located in the center of Hoi An’s Old Town and is the perfect place to buy souvenirs and fill up on delicious local eats. Take in the sights, sounds, and smells to complete your Hoi An experience. Hoi An Handicraft Workshop Also known as the Handicraft Village of Hoi An, this workshop is housed in a 200-year-old Chinese trading house. See artisans at work creating traditional Vietnamese crafts such as lanterns, silks, pottery, woodwork, and more in the same way they were made hundreds of years ago.

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Was a super nice tour in a small group. Very nice, good English-speaking tour guide with well-chosen sightseeing spots. We had lunch in a small local restaurant - very tasty and can only be recommended

Nice mix of sites - but concentrating mainly on the Imperial Citadel. The guide was fun and informative.

Interesting and educational transfer from Hue to HoiAn, with very beautiful different landscapes.

Good tour guide. Tour guide named Two was very attentive and a joy to be around.

The driver spoke great english and super friendly and nice.