Hue City Private Tour From Da Nang

If you stay in Da Nang and really love Vietnamese history, interesting information about the Nguyen Dynasty Emperors, concubines, and eunuchs. You should book the Hue city tour from Da Nang– Danang to Hue day trip with Danang Driving Tour. Hue city was the ancient capital of the Nguyen Dynasty, the last dynasty in Vietnam from 1802- 1945.

A Hue City Tour from Danang is definitely a must experienced trip. The trip does not only showcases the destinations in Hue City but also takes the most beautiful coastal road from the modern Danang city to Hue city. A full day small group tour will let you explore one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, the Hue Citadel.

Booking our Hue tour from Da Nang, on the way to Hue imperial city, you also will have the chance to stop by beautiful attractions to take photos such as Hai Van pass, Lap An lagoon, and Lang Co beach.


At 8 am, our driver will pick you up at your hotel in Da Nang city. We start the Hue City Tour from Da Nang– Danang To Hue Day trip. On the way to Hue, our driver will stop by Hai Van pass (Ocean and Clouds Pass). Hai Van pass is famous as the most beautiful pass, the Topgear in Vietnam.

The next place in the Hue tour from Danang is Lang Co beach. Lang Co is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Our driver will stop at the pass’s foot so you can have a panoramic view to take wonderful photos of Lang Co Bay.

In addition, on our Da Nang to Hue day trip, we will stop at Lap An lagoon with nice views of the brackish water lagoon, the place where local fishermen plant oysters. There is a cafeteria there with a lagoon view and you also can taste the best Vietnamese coffee.

Around 10:30 am, we reach Hue city. We will pick up our excellent local tour guide to do the Hue City tour from Da Nang. We will take a dragon boat to go along the Perfume River to visit Thien Mu pagoda.

After that, we will visit the Hue Citadel. Hue was the capital city of the Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam from 1802- 1945. Our guide will tell you some valuable information about the royal lives of Emperors, concubines, and eunuchs. It is a complex including 3 sections: The citadel (Protecting area); Royal city (The working area of the Emperor, civil servants, and military servants); Thai Hoa Palace, The Forbidden City (The private area of the emperor, his concubines, and eunuchs).

Hue was the political center of the Nguyen dynasty of Vietnam so the food in Hue is the best in Vietnam. So will we have a lovely lunch at a local food restaurant around 12:30.

After lunch, we keep doing the Hue Tour from Da Nang. As you know, all the emperors of the Nguyen dynasty thought that this life is just a temporary life. When you passed away, you would live a real life. So what you need in this life, you would need in the after-life. So the first thing they did when they first came to the throne is to order the Fengshui tellers to find the perfect Fengshui places to build the tombs. Please remember it, everything inside the tombs has never been used in the past, only for their afterlife.

The first place is the Minh Mang Tomb, the second emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty. Our tour guide will tell you the fabulous emperor’s biography and a scary secret inside his beautiful royal tomb.

Last but not least on the Danang to Hue day trip, we will visit the most beautiful and expensive royal tomb of the 12th emperor, the Khai Dinh Tomb. Not following traditional architecture, Khai Dinh Tomb is a mixture of Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, French, and Vietnamese architecture.

You will say twice WOW, WOW because it is such a fabulous tomb and the most beautiful tomb in the world. At the Khai Dinh tomb, you can take some great photos and practice your photography skills.

Finish the Hue City Tour from Da Nang, we will drive you safely back to your hotel in Da Nang city. Tour ends.


  • High-quality vehicle.
  • Experienced English speaking guide.
  • Lunch local food
  • Mineral Water in car.
  • All sightseeing tickets.
  • Parking fees, petrol, road tolls.


  • Beverage in Meal.
  • Tips, Personal expenses.

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