By train the journey from Ha Tinh to Hue is scheduled to take from five and a half to six and a half hours depending upon which train you take. This is a relatively short journey for which a 2nd Class Air-Conditioned seat is the best option.
Train Times Ha Tinh to Hue
- The fastest train service from Ha Tinh to Hue is Train #SE1 which departs from Ha Tinh at 05:14 and is scheduled to arrive in Hue 5 hours 33 minutes later at 10:47.
- The slowest train service from Ha Tinh to Hue is Train #SE7, departing at 13:26 and arriving in Hue at 19:51, a journey time of 6 hours 25 minutes.
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Location of Ha Tinh Train Station
Location of Hue Train Station
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Hue is a city of over 450,000 permanent residents scenically located on the banks of the perfume river in Central Vietnam. This popular tourist destination is dominated by its Imperial Citadel from where the Emperors of the Nguyen dynasty ruled over Vietnam from 1804 to 1945, although in name only for much of period with real power exercised by the French colonial government. The Imperial Citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage site which attracts lots of visitors. The Imperial Citadel is surrounded by a wall as well as a moat and occupies an area of approximately 10 square kilometres. Much of the Imperial Citadel was destroyed in the Battle of Hue in 1968. Since then a large reconstruction project has taken place and the compound is gradually being restored.
Hue has plenty of other attractions worth visiting. The Nguyen Emperors built increasingly impressive tombs on the outskirts of the city, the best of which is the Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh which is built in levels ascending up a hillside with a fantastically ornate crypt on the top level. The other major attraction in Hue is the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady. The Pagoda of the Celestial Lady has seven levels and a formal garden at the rear. According to legend the pagoda was built to honour an old lady who advised the founding Nguyen lord to build the city of Hue in its present location.