Maybe it was just the rain, but our tour around Imperial City was unpleasant and extremely slippery. Hard to concentrate on exhibits when ur focusing on not slipping over and breaking ur neck.
About Hue Imperial City (The Citadel)
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Spend half a day in here with a guide and learn about the history of the Emperors and their wives and concubines and visit the forbidden city and learn about the power of purple and five and nine. Checkout ironwood columns and roof construction details....More
The day we went it was very wet and many paths were flooded, we could still get around to see the beautiful buildings and grounds. We didn't have s guide and could learn by reading information ourselves as it was translated in English.
The Hué impérial city is a smaller version of the Forbidden City in Bejing. It’s impressive, but in need of more rehabilitation. However, this is an amazing place with a great deal of information displayed on what went on there for 150 years. Really worth...More
Wow this gorgeous citadel is huge, at 5.2km ensure you have good shoes, water and plenty of time to explore it. It’s 150,000, £5 entrance per adult. Lots of renovation and reconstruction has happened since war and natural disasters took their toll. For an extra...More
The Citadel of Hue definitely belongs to the thngs you should see when in Hue! It has 10 x 10 km circumference perpendicular to the Perfume River, has the flag tower in its front and the impressive noon gate and houses the imperial city and...More