Situated adjacent Tran Hung Dao Street, Dong Ba Market runs along the north bank of Huong (Perfume) River. Not only is it the trading center, Dong Ba Market is also the soul of Hue Ancient Capital for it has stored the hardly mingled beauty.
As an architectural monument in Nguyen Dynasty, Flag Tower has long become one of the symbols of the ancient capital. Here, tourists have a chance to visit the unique architecture and get the deeper understanding on the history of this divine land.
Thanks to the perfect harmony between splendid natural landscapes and human creativity, Hai Van Pass will certainly be the ideal tourist spot for those who are passionate about exploring the dangerous stretches of road and experience the thrills.
The Nine Dynastic Urns is one of the most outstanding artworks in tangible cultural treasures of Hue Citadel. The impressive aesthetic characteristics and the high technical qualifications have turned it into one of appealing tourist attractions in Hue.
The Nine Holy Cannons has long attracted tourists thanks to the gifted sculpting details and its tremendous historical significance. They are considered as one of the masterpieces of the engraving art on bronze under Nguyen Dynasty having existing so far.
Quoc Hoc High School has long impressed tourists for its architectural harmonious combination between the Eastern and the Western. It is one of the most ancient high schools in Hue attracting a large number of domestic and international tourists.
Truong Tien Bridge gracefully silhouetted on Perfume River for over 100 years has seen ups and downs of the historical events of the ancient capital. This is one of the typical symbols in Hue attracting the large number of tourists at home and abroad.
24 hours seem to be not enough to visit somewhere in Vietnam. Yet, in Hue day tours, it is possible. One day may be enough to visit royal attractions in Hue Citadel, enough to enjoy a boat tour along Perfume River, and enough to taste local delicacies.