Hue is the capital city of Thua Thien – Hue province, Vietnam. Between 1802 and 1945, it was the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty. Its population stands at about 340,000.
From the Hue Travel Guide
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Very good and friendly service from the hotel staff, though you would have to be careful if you are booking tours through the hotel. Different quotes were given by different people, though I suspect that it is only the young man who does the afternoon shift that is causing it. ... more
Lovely, budget hotel, located in a quiet side street which is quite close to the Citadel. The staff are super friendly and incredibly helpful without being over bearing. The bathrooms are modern, fresh and clean and the bedrooms are of a decent size. No complaints considering the low room tariff. ... more
3 days Hue, Da Nang and Hoi An
Hello fellow travellers! Thank you so far for all your advice! We are well on our travel through Vietnam, but are wondering what you guys think we should do with three days in Hue, Da Nang and Hoi An, concidering activities both in the cities and the nearby places? We are flying to Da Nang, so ...
Hoi An or Hue: for ESL schools and cheap accommodations
I have been traveling and teaching to make more traveling. I am planning to leave Hanoi and I have the ff. questions: 1. Bus or Train? economical? - Hue or Hoi An 2. I need a place with a lots of ESL schools. ...
Hanoi and Hue: Rip-off places? Annoying locals?
I'm just wondering... I can't stand the manner the locals deal with us. 9 months in China,nothing as irritating as the peeps in the OLD QUARTERS. Hue was almost charming. It was so quiet and seemingly peaceful ...
Hello all! We are now in Hue (which confusingly seems to be pronounced Way). It was very briefly the capital of Vietnam and as such has a forbidden palace (a little a long the Chinese style) and some rather impressive tombs. The tomb of the 4th king was used as a palace during his reign and included his own zoo ...
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