22 Danang sights worth seeing
Da Nang is the third largest city in the country, yet it is not often included in tourist itineraries in Vietnam. And for good reason – there are a huge number of attractions in and around Da Nang. Here you can admire the newest skyscrapers in Vietnam and walk along the quiet river banks, and explore the mysterious gorges on the beaches.
Those who come here, have a great opportunity not only to explore the sights of the city, but also to enjoy recreation by the water or in nature – do water sports, hiking in the mountains. In addition, guests of the city will not leave indifferent historical sites – temples and ruins, as well as museums and amusement parks. Here’s a list of things to see in Da Nang.
Ba Na Mountain
A French village on Ba Na Mountain.| Photo: Raita Futo / Flickr.
Ba Na Mountain is one of the most popular attractions in Da Nang. Visitors flock here from all over the region because of the cooler mountain climate. The mountain can be climbed by cable car, one of the highest and longest in the world. The views from the top are spectacular and stretch all the way to the sea.
There is also Fantasy Park with several areas inspired by the novels of Jules Verne. The Wax Museum with mannequins of some of the world’s celebrities is also worth a visit.
Address: Ba Na Hills, Hòa Ninh, Hòa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The Golden Bridge, newly built in Vietnam, is already famous all over the world. Its remarkable feature – unusual stone supports in the form of giant hands. They emerge from the rock, as if lulling the bridge like a thin golden chain.
The unusual architectural structure is more than 1,400 meters above sea level. From here, there is a mesmerizing panoramic view of the valley and the picturesque scenery of the Truong Son Mountain Range.
The Golden Bridge was built to attract more tourists to the Ba Na hills and it has 100% fulfilled its mission – the fanciful bridge is constantly filled with visitors with snapping cameras.
Address: Golden Bridge Da Nang, Hòa Ninh, Hòa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Mi Khe Beach
This beach is considered one of the most picturesque in Vietnam. It stretches for about 10 km along the east coast of Da Nang and is popular not only with tourists but also with locals.
Lovers of active recreation can engage in various water sports, including water-skiing, surfing or snorkeling. For those who prefer a quieter holiday, you can sunbathe on the golden sands or eat in one of the many cafes and seafood restaurants along the beach.
The address is My Khe Beach, Phước Mỹ, Vietnam.
Marble Mountains | Photo: Guerretto / Flickr.
The Marble Mountains are the common name for five separate stone cliffs of limestone and marble. They are only a few kilometers from Da Nang. Each mountain is named after one of the five natural elements: Water, Fire, Metal, Earth and Wood. The mountains are full of Buddhist pagodas, mysterious caves and shrines dedicated to local deities.
The mountain can be climbed by a large elevator, but it is much more exciting to walk up the many steep steps cut right into the rocks. From the top of the hills there are beautiful panoramic views of the mountain scenery and surroundings of Da Nang.
Address: Marble Mountains, Huyền Trân Công Chúa, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The main architectural landmark in central Da Nang is undoubtedly the large Dragon Bridge. The original structure is 666 meters long and connects the banks of the Han River – it is one of the longest bridges in the country.
The bridge has the shape of a dragon – in Vietnam it is believed that this fabulous creature brings good luck. Especially beautiful bridge at night, when it is beautifully lit by thousands of LED lamps, changing color.
Every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 everyone can come down to the embankment and enjoy the enchanting show – the bridge is brightly lit with lights, and from the mouth of the dragon fire and water erupts.
Address: Dragon Bridge, Phước Ninh, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Cham Sculpture Museum.
This Da Nang museum houses the world’s largest collection of ancient relics of the Cham civilization. Champa (Thampa) is an ancient state that flourished in South Vietnam since the 4th century.
The extant ruins of Michon, the remains of an ancient temple complex, are among the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam. Be sure to visit this museum if you are fascinated by the history of ancient peoples and want to learn more about their archaic culture.
The address is Cham Museum, 2 Tháng 9, Phước Ninh, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Hai Van Pass.
Hai Van Pass | Photo: Peter Nijenhuis / Flickr.
Hai Van Pass is one of the main tourist attractions in this region of the country. It is about 500 meters above sea level, making it the highest pass in Vietnam. It offers incredibly beautiful panoramic views of Da Nang, the mountain scenery and the South China Sea.
The historical road leading over the pass was of great strategic importance in the olden times – it was the only road connecting the southern and northern parts of Vietnam.
There are many interesting historical sites along the way, such as an old fort. It was built during the French colonial era, and during World War II was used by the South Vietnamese and U.S. troops as a defensive wall.
The address is Hai Van Pass, Lăng Cô, Phú Lộc, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam.
Soncha Mountain (translated, Monkey Mountain) is part of an amazing nature reserve that is about 700 meters above sea level. The mountain got its name because of the rare species of monkeys – red langurs, which live here.
This mountainous region is also called the Monkey Peninsula. On its slopes are many winding roads that are great for hiking or biking.
Address: Sơn Trà, Thọ Quang, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Linh Ung Pagoda.
Linh Ung Pagoda, located on the mountain top of the Monkey Peninsula, is among the most visited attractions in Da Nang. The temple is famous primarily for the huge 67-meter statue of the Lady Buddha, Goddess of Mercy Guan Yin.
It is installed in the courtyard and rises on a platform in the shape of a lotus flower. Inside the huge sculpture, there are 17 floors, and on each floor there are small statues of Buddha in different poses and with different facial expressions – a total of 21 statues.
Address: Chùa Linh Ứng, Chùa Linh Ứng, Hoàng Sa, Thọ Quang, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Non Nuoc Beach.
Non Nuoc Beach.
If you want a break from the bustling city, head to Non Nuoc Beach, which is about a 20-minute drive from downtown Da Nang. It stretches for 5 km along the coast and reaches the foothills of the Marble Mountains.
This serene beach with white sand, clear blue water and shallow shoreline is regularly recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Go surfing, water-skiing, or visit one of the many seafood restaurants here.
Address: Non Nuoc Beach, Hòa Hải, Vietnam.
Phap Lam Pagoda
Phap Lam Pagoda.
The two-story Phap Lam Pagoda is near the center of Da Nang, a quiet, secluded spot amid lush gardens where you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. The temple courtyard features three large statues – a 1.1-metre statue of a sitting Buddha, as well as statues of the Goddess of Mercy and Dai Chi Bodhisattva.
On the top floor you will see intricately carved pillars, sacred Buddhist manuscripts and another golden Buddha statue. Around the temple are many eateries on wheels and restaurants selling delicious vegetarian food.
Address: Pháp Lâm Tự, Ông Ích Khiêm, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Da Nang Cathedral
Da Nang Cathedral | Photo: Gary Todd / Flickr.
This neo-Gothic cathedral is considered one of the most beautiful Catholic temples in Vietnam due to its amazing architectural features.
The temple really makes a great impression with its appearance – the building in delicate pink colors, colorful stained glass windows, a tall octagonal bell tower with a weathervane in the form of a traditional rooster on the top. The locals call the cathedral the Church of the Rooster because of the weathercock.
Address: Danang Cathedral, Đường Trần Phú, Hải Châu I, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Cu Lao Cham Islands.
If you feel like getting out of Da Nang, be sure to consider visiting the Cham Islands. The coastal waters of the island have some stunning coral reefs and many colorful fish. Here you can go snorkeling or diving and enjoy the underwater delights of these islands firsthand.
You can reach the islands of Cu Lao Cham by boat. The trip from Da Nang takes about an hour, so you can visit the islands during the day or stay overnight in one of the lodgings that suit you.
Address: Chàm Islands, Tân Hiệp, Hoi An, Quang Nam, Vietnam.
Con City Market
Con City Market.
A shopping plaza has existed at this location since the 1940s. Con Market got its present form after a renovation in 1984. The renovated Con Market was renamed as the Da Nang Trade Center. There are about 2,000 stores on the territory of the market. The range of goods is unimaginably large – from clothes and shoes to the products of local craftsmen.
Many people come here not only for the shopping, but also to taste the exotic street food sold in mobile kiosks and outdoor cafes.
Address: Cồn Market, Ông Ích Khiêm, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Pham Van Dong Beach
Pham Van Dong Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Da Nang. This picturesque place has been filmed many times. The beach is famous first of all for its soft white sand, on which it is pleasant to walk barefoot along the shoreline, as well as the calm, clear waters.
Close to the beach is an area of shady palms and manicured lawns, an ideal place for leisurely strolls. Nearby there are numerous beachfront hotels and restaurants. In addition to the beach activities, Pham Van Dong Beach has many festivals and events, which are held here on a regular basis.
Address: Bãi tắm Phạm Văn Đồng, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Museum of the 5th Military Division
Museum of the 5th Military Division.
This Da Nang museum is dedicated to the events of the Vietnam War and the brutal ordeal that befell the Vietnamese people. The many exhibition halls of the large three-story museum display wartime exhibits – various weapons and military equipment, documents, as well as memorabilia such as awards, photographs and letters from soldiers of the 5th Division.
Outside the building are large military vehicles such as planes (Cessna O-1 Bird and A-37 Dragonfly, for example), tanks and other combat vehicles.
Address: Museum of Military Zone 5, Duy Tân, Hòa Cường Bắc, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The ruins of Michon.
The ruins of Michon | Photo: Shawn Harquail / Flickr.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Michon is a group of ruins of a temple complex that began to be built during the reign of the formidable Champa Empire.
The architecture of the complex was shaped over eight centuries, influenced by different styles. Here one can see both luxurious jewelry carvings and amazing stone columns and structures. Visiting the ruins of Mishon, you will learn a lot about the creation of this unique historical monument.
Address : Khu đền tháp Mỹ Sơn, Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn, Duy Phú, Duy Xuyên District, Quang Nam, Vietnam.
Bridge over the Han River.
Bridge over the Han River.| Photo: kizamaya / Flickr.
This bridge in the center of Da Nang is one of four bridges over the Han River. It is among the main architectural landmarks of the city. A special feature of the bridge is its swinging design on hangers.
It is especially beautiful at midnight – at that time the bridge, illuminated by colorful changing lights, unfolds to open the way for passing ships. From here you get colorful panoramas of the big city. You can see the bridge from a different perspective during a river cruise on the Han River.
Address: Han River Bridge, An Hải, An Hải Bắc, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Asia Park Amusement Park
Asia Park Amusement Park.
This park, decorated in the theme of ten Southeast Asian countries, is located on the west bank of the river. Its territory is divided into three zones – the Amusement Park, Central Zone and Culture Park. The most notable structure of the Central Zone is a huge Ferris wheel 115 meters high.
In addition, there is a clock tower, which displays the exact time of different time zones. The amusement park includes all kinds of rides, entertainment events and shows, as well as restaurants and stores.
Culture Park introduces visitors to the culture, art and cuisine of ten Asian countries.
Address: Asia Park – Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Phan Đăng Lưu, Hòa Cường Bắc, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The best views of the river are from Da Nang’s waterfront, equipped with a very wide sidewalk. The beautiful city waterfront is decorated with numerous marble sculptures. Especially the Da Nang waterfront is transformed in the evening, when everything around is illuminated with colorful lights.
On the waterfront posted a large number of cafes and restaurants. Here you can enjoy a sunset drink or an extensive menu of local and European dishes and vegetarian snacks.
Address: Waterfront, 2 Tháng 9, Bình Hiên, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam.
Kaodai Temple | Photo: Gary Todd / Flickr.
This is the only temple in Vietnam for those practicing the Kaodai religion. It is said that there are 50,000 such worshippers in the country.
Inside the temple, you’ll see an inscription that says “all religions have the same message,” as well as information about significant figures related to the five major types of world religions – represented by sculptures of Jesus, Mohammed, Lao Tzu, Buddha and Confucius. Of particular interest is the huge altar where a large ball called the “Divine Eye” is placed.
Address: Cao Dai Temple, 63 Hải Phòng, Thạch Thang, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam.
3D Art Museum
3D Art Museum.
Art in Paradise is a fantastic 3D art museum. It’s the perfect place to enjoy contemporary art on a sweltering, hot day or rainy weather. The museum is divided into nine thematic zones featuring extraordinary paintings created by 20 Korean artists over a period of four months.
These are large-scale 3D images painted directly on the walls, ceilings and floors of the museum halls. Together, they create a uniquely colorful space!
Address: 3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang, Trần Nhân Tông, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Da Nang Travel Guide
Da Nang is the fifth largest city in Vietnam. For tourists, thousands eager to visit the Pacific coast, Da Nang is primarily attracted by its many kilometers of beach. Da Nang is a megalopolis where modern business districts, ethnic neighborhoods, and created excellent conditions for a beach holiday. Plus, this is where one of the largest ports of the country. This article will tell you about what a vacation in Da Nang, Vietnam, what are the attractions and entertainment.
Location and Climate
Da Nang is located in central Vietnam, directly on the coast of the South China Sea. To the south is Hoi An, and a little north of it is Hue, a town protected by UNESCO.
Da Nang on the map
Resorts in Vietnam, unlike, for example, Indonesian, can not be characterized as suitable for a beach holiday in the same measure all year round. The air temperature, depending on the month of the trip can vary significantly. To appreciate the differences, see the chart below:
The hottest season is the period from April to September, and the most conventionally cool – from December to February. But even at this time the thermometer does not fall below 20 degrees at night, which makes this period suitable for swimming.
Speaking of the sea, it is worth noting that in addition to its warmth level, the presence of waves plays a major role. The most tranquil coastal waters are in the period from May to August.
Water temperature in the sea by month:
As for the rainy season, it is pronounced in Da Nang from September to early January. These months have almost as many rainy days as sunny ones. The greatest amount of precipitation falls in November.
It is worth noting that the rains themselves do not particularly interfere with a beach holiday, as they occur most often in the evening hours and have a heavy, but short-lived nature. However, during this period, typhoons are not uncommon in Da Nang, provoking rough seas.
A trip during the low season is an opportunity to save up to 50% of your vacation budget.
How to get there
You can get to Da Nang from Russia by plane. The international airport is located 4 km from the city.
There are no direct flights from Russia.
You can make a flight with a connection in Hanoi, Singapore or Beijing. There are also flights with two connections. The cost of a one way ticket for an adult person from Moscow starts at 285 euros. Travel time depends on the number of connections and the duration of the connection and is at best 12.5 hours.
You can also take a cab from the airport to your place of rest. You can order a taxi at the counter on arrival or take a car directly at the exit. The cab drivers are loud enough to entice potential customers.
The cost of a trip in a normal car will cost about VND100,000 and VND45,000 for a motorcycle cab.
Consider this: official taxi services in Da Nang charge according to the meter, if the services are rendered by a “randomly caught” car, the price should be negotiated before getting into the cabin, not forgetting to haggle.
From other parts of the country
If Da Nang is not the first holiday destination during a trip to Vietnam, it is more convenient to get from other regions of the state by bus.
The Da Nang bus station is located on the west side of the metropolis and serves both domestic and international flights. The latter depart from Da Nang to Laos and Cambodia.
The cost of bus tickets depends on the direction of travel. For a ticket to Dong Hoi you will have to pay VND 200,000 (travel time – 5 hours), and a 3-hour trip to Hue will cost VND 120,000.
The trip from Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi takes about 14-16 hours, which is very tiring.
An alternative in this case can be domestic flights. Tickets from Hanoi cost from 13 euros, from Ho Chi Minh City – 16 euros. The flight in both cases is nonstop and lasts less than an hour and a half.
Another way to travel within the country is by train. You can get to Da Nang by train from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Nha Trang. When choosing this mode of transportation, consider that local trains are quite slow and not cheap. So the trip from Ho Chi Minh City will cost at least $ 40, the journey will take almost 16 hours. Check the schedule and cost at the official website of Vietnam Railways.
Russian citizens can stay in Vietnam without a visa for no more than 15 days.
Useful information about Da Nang
How to get around
There is no public transportation in the city, there are only a few bus routes that take passengers from different points of the city to the intercity station.
For tourists, the cab option will be convenient. It can be stopped on the street or ordered from the hotel. Popularly used motorcycle cab, the price of a trip in which is about half the price of a regular car.
Rent a car
You can rent a scooter or a car, but there is a problem with driving, because in Vietnam international rights are not valid. Therefore, many tourists drive in principle without documents.
Tip: If you still decide to rent a scooter without documents, try to ride slowly and always wear a helmet. This will reduce the risk of being stopped by the police.
Rental agencies are located almost every major hotel. Rental price per day is from 230,000 VND for a scooter with automatic transmission.
An alternative to a car or moped is a bicycle which does not require permits and only requires a card from the hotel where the tourist is staying. The cost of this environmentally friendly vehicle is VND 100,000 per day.
Where to Stay
In Da Nang, there are a variety of accommodation options for vacationers. The cost depends on the list of amenities and services, the level of the room, as well as the distance from the sea.
The most budget option is a small room in the city center for $ 7 per night. An example is Homestay Halley, where the room is equipped with air conditioning, but its own bathroom in the room is not. For the same price you can rent a room in Duc Phu Tam Hostel, located much closer to the coast than the first option.
The best value for money in Da Nang are:
- 3-star hotels: Adaline Hotel and Suite, Red Palace Hotel, Richico Apartments And Hotel, where the price per night is from $27 for double occupancy;
- 4-star hotel complexes: Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills, Diamond Sea Hotel, A La Carte Da Nang Beach, where a 2-bed room will cost from $ 55;
- Hotels 5 stars: Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa, Novotel Danang Premier Han River, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, room rates, usually not less than 150 dollars a day.
Read here how to choose the right hotel.
Where to eat
Danang has a huge selection of dining establishments, offering dishes from different cuisines of the world and belonging to different price categories.
Among the most luxurious restaurants is La Maison 1888, located in the Hotel Continental. Its status and level of cuisine are proved by the fact that it has three Michelin stars in its arsenal.
Among much more budget-friendly restaurants we can refer Thung Phi BBQ, where you can taste dishes of local cuisine, made simply masterpieces. In addition to authentic Vietnamese delicacies, the place serves excellent seafood grill sets. The average bill will be $30.
In Da Nang, practically at every step you can find street eateries from which everyone can taste traditional Vietnamese food.
The local cuisine is based on rice and all kinds of soups.
Rice is most often fried with coconut oil, added vegetables, seafood or meat.
As for soups, there is a wide variety to choose from, but especially interesting is the traditional Pho, which is made with beef. Or Lao, which will interest the tourist not only with its amazing taste characteristics, but also the way it is served. In fact, the visitor of the cafe receives a boiling broth and all the necessary ingredients to it, which he himself sends to the fragrant liquid. In 5 minutes the whole company has the opportunity to enjoy the bright taste of the first dish.
It is worth paying attention to the output of the soup, as the same Fo is a portion dish, while Lao is most often designed for eating by the company.
Other interesting Vietnamese dishes include:
- Steamed “ban bao” cakes;
- Spring rolls – rolls made of rice paper with various fillings.
In addition to all the above, Da Nang is a great place to try a variety of delicacies: fried insects, frog meat, snake or crocodile.
Shopping and Souvenirs
In Da Nang there are conditions for a pleasant shopping:
- Khan Bazaar is suitable for those who want to buy clothes, shoes, as well as appliances;
- Phan Chu Trinh and Hung Vuong Shopping Streets for those looking for souvenirs and local handicrafts;
- Big C Supermarket is the best place to buy food, drinks and exotic fruits.
What to bring from Da Nang
- Coffee. It is worth bringing from any region of Vietnam. The varieties grown here, combined with the peculiarities of roasting give the beans a unique flavor, incomparable to coffee from other countries. Besides the traditional Arabica and Robusta, one can also buy the so called “Kopi Lubak”, coffee made of beans which were eaten by a Musang animal and then harvested from its feces. It is believed that this variety has an unusual flavor achieved through the action of certain enzymes in the intestines of the animal;
- Vietnamese silk. In local ateliers, you can buy both the fabric and the finished product, which will be created according to the customer’s measurements;
- Jewelry with pearls, when choosing it you should beware of fake copies;
- Leather accessories: belts, handbags, purses, and more;
- Local medicinal balms. For example, the famous “Zvezdochka” or very effective for rheumatic pains “Cobratox”.
What to see and do in Da Nang
In Da Nang the beaches are municipal, the most popular are China Beach and Mi Khe, where you have to pay about $ 1.5 for sun loungers and umbrellas.
Beaches with a wide strip of white clean sand, the sea entrance is gentle, so suitable for recreation with children.
From November to February, the sea has high waves, the calmest time for swimming is from May to August.
During your stay in Da Nang, be sure to visit the main attraction – the Marble Mountains. They consist of five peaks, each with its own name: water, wood, fire, earth, metal. Inside these mountains are caves that you might need a flashlight to visit. There are Buddhist temples all around.
At the foot of the hills there are two villages where local artisans are engaged in stone processing. In the village shops you can buy inexpensive dishes, figurines made of marble.
Another interesting attraction, located 30 km from Danang is Vong Nguyet Peak, which can be climbed by a cable car. This cable car is the longest and highest in the world, which is recorded in the Guinness Book. The path begins at the foot of neighboring Mount Bana and leads to the top point of Vong Nguyet, which is a statue of a sitting Buddha.
There are also UNESCO-protected sculpture museums and a museum city in Da Nang.
67-meter stone Buddha can be seen on the Monkey Peninsula.
An interesting spectacle to see at the Dragon Bridge, which spans the Han River, when at night here is a fire show: the dragon all glowing and spewing rays of flame from its mouth.
As mentioned above, Da Nang has no established and regular bus routes around the city, and most of the sights are located outside the city. Therefore, it makes sense to explore the region not by cab, but as part of a tour.
The cost depends on the remoteness of the attractions and the mode of transport, so the tour by sea will cost more. The minimum price per person is 500,000 dong.
Waves that roll up to the shores of Da Nang at certain times of the year, attract surfers from all over the world to the region.
There are even world-class surfing competitions held here. It is believed that the local coast has ideal conditions for this sport.
On the beaches there are special clubs and schools where everyone can go surfing with an instructor.
Fans of diving and snorkeling can admire the underwater world, visiting the marine park “Ku-Lao-Cham.
Da Nang for kids.
You can visit with children:
- Asia Amusement Park. There are many different attractions, one of them – a Ferris wheel, which is among the ten highest in the world. The park presents the most important attractions of Asia in miniature. Ticket, bought at the entrance, is valid for all rides. Cost: 300,000 VND for an adult, 200,000 VND for a child.
- Bana Hills Amusement Park. Already by the name it is clear that the park complex, stylized as a medieval castle, is located in the area of Bana Mountain. Its area is about 40 thousand square meters. Here you can stroll through the magical forest, walk through the park of dinosaurs or try to conquer the rock climbing wall. There are over 90 playgrounds in the complex, including those for extreme sport, as well as for the youngest guests. There is a 3D movie theater and a food court.
The park is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., the entrance fee will cost VND650,000 for an adult, VND450,000 for a child.
What else you should know about Da Nang
- Communications. As in the rest of the country, communications in the resort are provided by operators Mobifone, Viettel, Vietnamobile and Vinaphone. The tariffs are almost the same for each of them, but Viettel has better coverage. You can buy a SIM card at the airport upon arrival and recharge it at The Gioididong cell phone stores or by buying a special card in any market.
- Internet and WiFi: 3G is the most common standard in the country, and wireless access is offered in most hotels and restaurants, as well as at the resort airport.
- Safety. In Da Nang it is enough to follow basic safety rules: do not leave personal belongings unattended, beware of pickpockets in crowded places.
A vacation in Danang in 2022 is a great opportunity to combine a vacation on the beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with a visit to interesting natural and cultural attractions. Among other things, Danang will not disappoint gastronomic travelers, as well as those who want a comfortable holiday with children.