Hue Tour, Vietnam's Imperial Citadel with Royal Cuisine

Hue, an idyllic area with harmonious combination of mountains and rivers, was the capital city of Vietnam from 1802-1945. The Nguyen Family chose Hue as the seat of their royal court because they trust the city was favorable in Fengshui and that choosing Hue as the capital city would make the dynasty prosperous forever.

 The Imperial Citadel of Hue, Vietnam
The Imperial Citadel of Hue, Vietnam

 During the Nguyen Kings were in reign, successive and great architectures were added to the beautiful natural settings of Hue. The rule of the Nguyen Family on Vietnam was ended when the French invaded the country in 1858, but the great architecture of Hue lives on. Visiting Hue nowadays, travellers still have the opportunities to get stunned moving from one monuments to another...

Inside th Forbidden Purple City of Hue
Inside th Forbidden Purple City of Hue

 Normally, the travellers to Hue would spend a couple of days visiting the different tourist attractions in the city including: The Royal or Imperial Citadel of Hue and the Royal Tombs. You can travel by motorbike, by bicycle, by push-rickshaw or by car. Apart from the great architecture and breathtaking nature beauty of Hue, Hue is also well famous for the mouth-watering royal cuisine...

Inside Hue Imperial Citadel
Inside Hue Imperial Citadel

 

King Khai Dinh's Tomb, Hue, Vietnam
King Khai Dinh's Tomb, Hue, Vietnam

 

Hue Imperial Citadel
Hue Imperial Citadel

 

Tu Duc Tomb in Hue Vietnam
Tu Duc Tomb in Hue, Vietnam

 

Khai Dinh Tomb - Hue - Vietnam
Khai Dinh Tomb - Hue - Vietnam