The quiet country lanes and picturesque monuments make Hue an ideal place for cycling. This tour is a mix of less visited routes and must-see sites: let you wander through this city of galleries of Vietnam’s history and then explore the other side of Hue, the less touristic one to explore rural life and country lanes. The tile-roofed Thanh Toan Bridge is not only an ancient architectural remain with highly historic and cultural values but also a tourist attraction. In many guidebooks, the bridge is referred to as the “Japanese Bridge” since it bears some stylistic resemblance to another small wooden bridge in nearby Hoian. On the way to the bridge, we will go through the countryside of peaceful villages. You can get chances to take pictures of buffalos, cows, and farmers in the rice field, and to taste local food.