Danang kicks off free city tour program 2021

Heavily affected by COVID-19 pandemic, especially the outbreak in late July 2020, Danang is making all efforts to revive the tourism industry - which is a vital part of the city’s economy - through various promotional activities, including free city tour program for Danang visitors.

Dragon Bridge - an iconic landmark of Danang

In detail, from January 1 to April 28, visitors have a chance to visit and explore the many famous destinations of Danang for free such as Linh Ung Pagoda, Son Tra Peninsula, Dragon Bridge, Love Lock Bridge, and Marble Mountain, to name a few.

Though dubbed free, the tour still includes full services like a normal tour such as tour guide, hotel shuttle, specific itinerary, but visitors do not need to pay any fee. This is both a promotional attempt and an appreciation to visitors for supporting Danang during the challenging time.

This free city tour program not only helps visitors to have a more comprehensive view of the landscape and the people of Danang, but also shows the strong cooperation of those who are working in the tourism industry and the city authority in promoting the image of Danang to the wider public.

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