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Da Nang Free Walking Tour is led by local university students in Da Nang. The Free Walking Tour is based on the Free Walking Tour model that is popular in many cities around the world. If you are happy with our tour, pay what you think is fair for...more
We toured with Mai whose English was good and the tour was interesting, giving a great overview of Da Nang. Started at the market (next to Da Nang visitor centre where the tour starts) which is an experience in itself! Then went on to see...More
Mai was a lovely host! She took good care of us on the walking tour in sunny Da Nang and we learned a lot about the sights, the history and culture of the city and about Vietnam. We had a fantastic time eating our way...More
An free walking tour of five Da Nang landmarks (Han Market, pink Cathedral, Cham museum, Dragon bridge and Han bridge) conducted by 2 knowledgeable university students.
Followed by a street food tour at 3 locations.
The walking tour is free and the food tour is...More
We had a great time walking around the city. We learned a lot. The tour guides are local students and all speak fluent English. It was very informative and they were all super friendly. We were only 3 tourists and had 3 guides. Amazing!
Good to join the walking tour to learn about the place. Our guide, Mai, has introduced us the history and the story of different spots, such as the market, the pink church and the bridges. We tried to pronounce the Vietnamese language and it is...More
A nice intro to the food of Da Nang. I spent the afternoon with Mai and learned loads about the history, culture and food of Da Nang.
You could combine the Free Walking Tour with the Foody Tour but I'd recommend doing them on different...More
Our guide, Mai, who is a final year university student, brought us around the city. We visited the Cho Han, Danang Catheral, outside of Cham museum, the Dragon Bridge and we walked along the Han river back to the Danang Tourist Office. Being local herself,...More
I booked my tour on the last minute and glad I got confirmation for the tour. I was a bit lost but found my way to the building. The tour was great got shown the local places. The open market where they sell food, clothing...More
Really enjoyed the tour with Mai and Loc who were fantastic guides. Mai was especially knowledgeable about Danang and her English was terrific! So much fun and both were always smiling and happy even though we got rained on for the first 20 minutes!! They...More
When you arrive in Da Nang, ask your hotel to give them a call the day before to book. You'll meet your guide at the Tourist Office on the West side of the river. If you've never seen one, you might also want to check out... More
When you arrive in Da Nang, ask your hotel to give them a call the day before to book. You'll meet your guide at the Tourist Office on the West side of the river. If you've never seen one, you might also want to check out the new 3D museum on the other side of the river.