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  • Thanks to Lim, who speaks French very well and gave us excellent advice, we had a great stay in this magnificent area. The timing, the activities, the food, the crew,...
    Sylvie Louvet
    Sylvie Louvet
    Apr 11, 2024
  • Mini cruise in Ha Long Bay (2 days, 1 night). We appreciated being able to organize this trip at the last minute (the day before for the next day) with...
    Jean Jack Rouvier
    Jean Jack Rouvier
    Apr 10, 2024
  • We used izitour's services for our cruise on Ha Long Bay. It was perfectly managed by Anna. She remained available and responsive throughout our stay! Many thanks :)
    F Chandler
    F Chandler
    Apr 10, 2024
  • We've just returned from a stay in Vietnam (north and center), on a private tour for 2 couples of friends. This tour was tailor-made by Anna (Van anh) from Izitour, who...
    Michel Kretz
    Michel Kretz
    Apr 10, 2024
  • Very well looked after. Serious staff and perfect organisation (Moncheri Halong Bay cruise). I totally recommend and thank the whole team.
    Thomas Kraemer
    Thomas Kraemer
    Apr 1, 2024

    QUANG TRI, THE REMNANT OF VIETNAM WAR

    Quang Tri and its region are a must for all travellers wishing to discover the remains of the Vietnam War. This area located on the 17th parallel, called the DMZ, has high historical value for the Vietnamese people. And not to spoil anything, but the countryside is superb.

    The famous demilitarized zone or DMZ

    This tongue of land that ran along the 17th parallel stretched from the China Sea to the border with Laos over a width of 10 kilometres and was once used to delimit the border between communist North Vietnam and national South Vietnam under the Geneva Agreements signed in 1954 following the departure of the French and the failure to hold elections. This demarcation line was symbolized by the Bien Hai River. At the time of partition, the main north-south road linking Hanoi to Saigon crossed the Ben Hai River on the Hien Luong Bridge. This steel girder bridge built by the French in 1950 was painted red on the northern part and yellow on the southern part. After the great victory in the spring of 1975, Hien Luong Bridge became the bridge of reunification. Hien Luong Bridge is no longer used today and has become a historical monument, classified as a special national monument.

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