Hué Walk of Revolution is an exceptional tour which leads you to discover how Vietnam revolution started in early 19th and 20th century. Beginning as a small country neighboring with China, Vietnam has been constantly occupied by powerful forces. The journey of us gaining independence takes up many pages in our history book. Do you ever wonder what happened to Vietnam during French War and American War from a local point of view?
You will surprisingly learn many untold stories behind signature monuments in Hue. A revolution will start in yourself as you walk with us.
You also maneuver through small alleys in Dong Ba market to capture lively scene of Hue people. Finally, an educational experience in Hue’s two most beautiful antiquity museums in Hue Citadel will help you leaving Hue with a huge appreciation to its deep and meaningful history.
Tipsy Pub N’ Bistro 16 Pham Ng Lao St, Hue City
8:30 and 14:00
Hué Walk of Revolution will start at Tipsy Pub at 16 Pham Ngu Lao Street in Hue. You will set off on a 3-hour walking tour to explore the “French Boulevard”. Elegant French colonial buildings running along with the Perfume River, as you walk, your guide will point out many outstanding architectures remained from French War and American War. You will understand what happened to Hue during those mentioned periods. Your guide will also tell you tales of Hue and the Perfume River.
Continue walking to Dong Ba Market, an iconic of Hue, you get to stroll down the narrow streets to visit many fruit/ food stalls and sample wonderful sweets of Hue.
Finally, you’ll walk to Hue Citadel, a historical old city in Northen Bank of Perfume river. You learn about the Nguyen Emperors who were the architects of this UNESCO site in Hue and finish tour in front of Hue History Museum and Hue Antiquities Museum, two excellent museums that host best-kept secrets of Hue. Start your revolution now with Hué Walk of Revolution!