How To Go To Hue From Da Nang City?

Coming to Hue city, many travelers are attracted by its historical stories as well as many unique structures. Da Nang just takes about 100km to Hue central, so you can easily consider to choose the most suitable transportation to experience Hue from Da Nang: 

By train 

Many travelers choose to take a bus because of its convenience and quickness. However, taking a train would be a very interesting experience to see and enjoy Vietnam’s beauty through Hai Van mountain and many beautiful beaches on the way. The train will take you about 3-4 hours from Da Nang to Hue train station. It’s a bit longer but really worthy to experience.

Train ticket: 90.000 VND/pax (4 USD/pax)

The departure time is in the whole day, you just need to go to the train station and buy the ticket in cash. Then waiting for the departure time.

By bus

The easiest way is to take a bus from Da Nang bus station. It will just take you about 2.5 hours from here to Hue city. The bus will get into the Hai Van tunnel, so you can’t see the beauty of this area which is very beautiful and attractive. However, taking a bus would be a good choice for those who don’t want to spend a lot of time for transportation.

Bus ticket: 80.000 – 100.000 VND (4-5 USD)

By motorbike 

Taking a motorbike is just suitable for those who are used to driving motorbike. On the way to go to Hue city, you have to drive through Hai Van pass where you can see the overview of Da Nang city as well as many majestic landscapes of mountains and beaches. In addition, there are so many interesting things on the way to Hue city that you can give a visit whenever you want.

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