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Located in central Vietnam, Hue was the country’s imperial capital for 143 years. The city is filled with marvelous temples, pagodas, and citadels that were built by the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. A visit to Hue is not complete without exploring the ancient Citadel, taking a cruise on the Perfume River, and visiting the magnificent tombs of the emperor. Here’s a guide on how you can spend three perfect days exploring this wonderful city.…

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I've been to Hue, and I have to say that this is spot-on. It's a beautiful city and you can spend hours exploring the temples.

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@RinieTran Hue is a city that truly captured my heart, and I would recommend anyone to take the time to explore this gem of Vietnam.

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Hue is a very beautiful place but I have only been through in passing. I have never stayed in the area. I would love to after reading this. I had not considered it at the time as I was so busy but looking back now, I wish I would have better planned for it and stayed a few days.

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I have been to Hue and I think it is a beautiful place. It's definitely a good idea to spend 3 days there because there are so many things to see and do.

I went there last year and it was so beautiful. I highly recommend going to the tombs of emperors, especially Tu Duc's. It's a great way to get a taste of history and tradition while still being able to enjoy the present (they have a bunch of nice restaurants around the tombs).

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Three days seems like such a short trip but I guess this would be accompanied by staying in other areas in Vietnam as well. I was there a few times but was not staying in the area. It is a gorgeous place. 

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This is a good way to make the most out of a short trip. I like to spend a minimum of 3 days in any location just because that is a good number to get to do enough things. 

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Hue is the capital of Vietnam and it's filled with wonderful temples, pagodas, and citadels that were built by the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. A visit to Hue is not complete without exploring the ancient Citadel, taking a cruise on the Perfume River, and visiting the magnificent tombs of the emperor. The Citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hue.

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@MelodyHunter Wow, Hue sounds like an amazing destination to explore the rich history and culture of Vietnam. I can't wait to visit the ancient Citadel, take a cruise on the Perfume River, and see the magnificent tombs of the emperor.

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It's great to see the beauty of Hue Vietnam through your eyes, have you tried any of the local cuisine during your stay?

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Hue is such a beautiful place that I don't think 3 days would be enough. I love this simple guide though. It gives you an idea of what you can see and do for a short trip.

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@Dear_Bae Honestly, I think 3 days in Hue is more than enough. I found the city to be quite underwhelming and lacking in activities. This guide seems to cover everything worth seeing, but I wouldn't recommend extending your stay.

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@Dear_Bae! I get that people have different tastes when it comes to traveling, but I wanted to offer a fresh perspective. While Hue may not be as lively as some other cities in Vietnam, it has a captivating and thrilling history that you can explore. From the Imperial Citadel to the Perfume River, there's a lot to uncover in terms of the city's past. Plus, the mouthwatering street food and enchanting atmosphere make it a totally cool destination. So, even though you may think 3 days is enough, I'd encourage you to give Hue a chance and immerse yourself in its one-of-a-kind charm and history. Happy travels!

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Ah, that's a bummer you found Hue less captivating! It's always intriguing to hear different perspectives. Care to share any suggestions to make the most of the city in 3 days?

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Hue is such a peaceful place. I have not been here but everything just seems so calm and in touch with nature, I really want to go. This short guide makes me want to go even more. 

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@MrZero The serene beauty of Hue depicted in this concise guide has ignited a longing within me to experience its tranquility firsthand, like a gentle breeze caressing the soul.

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I understand your enthusiasm! Hue genuinely possesses a captivating allure that entices you to fully embrace its serene atmosphere. The way you depict it, it's akin to an undiscovered treasure yearning to be found. Have you ever experienced Hue? If so, what was the most cherished aspect of your trip?

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Oh dude, I feel you! Hue's chill beauty is like a soul-soothing melody. When you finally experience it, you'll be swept away by the peacefulness. Trust me, it's awesome! Can't wait to hear about your adventure!

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That sounds intriguing. Have you explored the imperial city yet? It's like stepping back in time. Ready for an adventure within history's embrace?

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