There are six SE class trains a day from Nha Trang to Hue. SE class trains are best quality trains in Vietnam. The distance by train from Nha Trang to Hue is around 627 km and the journey takes between 12 and 14 hours depending on which train service you take and delays on the day you plan to travel. Train journeys in Vietnam tend to take 10% to 20% longer than the timetable suggests.
Train Times from Nha Trang to Hue
- The fastest train service between Nha Trang and Hue is Train #SE2 departing at 04:55 and scheduled to arrive in Hue 11 hours 33 minutes later at 16:28.
- The slowest train service between Nha Trang and Hue is Train #SE6 departing at 16:06 and scheduled to arrive in Hue the next day at 04:53, which is scheduled journey time of 12 hours 47 minutes.
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Location of Nha Trang Station
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Location of Hue Station
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Imperial City in Hue
The Imperial City in Hue is one of seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in Vietnam and the major attraction for visitors to the city of Hue. The Imperial City is open daily from 07:00 to 17:30 and the entrance fee is 150,000 VND ($6.6 USD) for adults and 75,000 VND ($3.3 USD) for children.
The Imperial City of Hue is located on the Perfume River on the opposite bank of the river to the railway station. The site is impressively large: an area of 2 km by 2 km originally surrounded by wall and with a moat on 3 sides and the Perfume River on the fourth. Construction of the city commenced in the early 1800s as the capital city of the last royal dynasty of Vietnam, which finished in 1945. Unfortunately, not much of the original city remains following fierce fighting between American and Vietnam forces in 1967. Out of more than 160 buildings only 10 remained intact thereafter. Despite the near complete destruction of the city there are still impressive things to see there, and more recently the Vietnam authorities have started to make efforts to improve visitors experiences by restoring the city and recreating scenes from city life back in the 1800s with ceremonial changing of the Imperial Guards and similar rituals being performed by actors and musicians. The 3 main things to see at the Imperial City are:
- The Thai Hoa Palace: Once the Emperor’s coronation hall. This is the largest building that remains intact.
- Ngo Mon Gate: The most beautiful of the City Gates.
- Troung Sanh Residence: The Palace of Longevity has been recently renovated. The Palace is surrounded by its own moat.