Hue magnificent palaces and elaborate mausoleums still resonate with the glories of the Nguyen dynasty.
The monumental project reflects the grace and pomp of Vietnam’s last dynasty, as well as its turbulent history.
Hue Citadel’s most crucial part is the Imperial City – the seat of power during the Nguyen dynasty.
Set on a small hill overlooking Huong River, this is Hue’s most popular religious architecture
Commemorating the dead with grand structures is a distinctive part in Hue culture, spurred by the Nguyen emperors. In total, there are seven royal mausoleums around the city.
Nothing encapsulates the spirit of Hue more than the Huong River, with the life on its banks and waters reflecting the city’s poetic beauty.