The journey by train from Tuy Hoa to Hue is scheduled to take from 10 to 12 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Train Times from Tuy Hoa to Hue
There are currently 4 trains a day from Tuy Hoa to Hue.
- The fastest train service between Tuy Hoa and Hue is Train #SE2 departing at 06:29 and arriving in Hue 9 hours 57 minutes later at 16:26.
- The slowest train service between Tuy Hoa and Hue is Train #SE6 departing at 01:55 and scheduled to arrive in Hue 11 hours 41 minutes later at 13:36.
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Location of Tuy Hoa Railway Station
Location of Hue Railway Station
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About Travel to Hue
Hue is a popular tourist destination which has lots of value for money hotels, restaurants and bars catering to foreign visitors. The main attraction in Hue is it’s Imperial Citadel. Hue become the capital city of Vietnam is the early 19th Century, during the Nguyen Dynasty, who were the last hereditary ruling family of Vietnam. The Imperial Citadel is massive, covering around 10 square kilometres. This walled city bears some resemblance to large Chinese palaces, although the 2 metre thick walls were designed to incorporate French military principles. Unfortunately, large parts of the citadel were destroyed during the Battle of Hue in 1968. Since Reunification of Vietnam, the Citadel has been slowly reconstructed, and that reconstruction is still ongoing. For comtemporary visitors there is now quite a lot to see in the Imperial Citadel even though it still has some to go before it is returned to it’s original state.
Hue also several other important tourist attractions. Hue’s second most famous historic site is the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady, which dates back to 1601 and the founding of the city. The Pagoda of the Celestial Lady is located on the banks of the Perfume River 4 km to the west of Hue Railway Station. This 7 storey pagoda is an iconic landmark and closely associated with important legends and events in Vietnamese history.
Also worth visting are:
- The Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh: Located 7 km from the city centre, the The Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh is the most impressive of the many tombs constructed for the Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty.
- Bach Dang Street: Located near the Imperial Citadel, this street which virtually no tourists ever visit features lots of very old buildings, some very grand having been built by important courtiers, which are now used as housing by the residents of Bach Dong Street.
- Troung Tien Bridge: This is the main bridge across the Perfume River linking the Imperial Citdel to the more modern parts of the city to the south of the river. The Troung Tien Bridge was designed by Gustave Eiffel and completed in 1899. Gustave Eiffel’s trademark use of steel held together by rivets is reminiscent of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.