This is the former residence of French people in Vietnam. It has a strong French style. There is no entrance fee. If you have time, you can go shopping, drink coffee, and enjoy the scenery.
Wandering around the French Quarter is very leisurely. There are good restaurants and coffee bars, and being in a French villa is particularly cozy.
Hidden in the French town of Dalat, Vietnam, this is very suitable for taking pictures, because the buildings are too French and the original flavor is very good. Walking on the street, it seems to travel through the last century. There is a feeling of crossing. Here you can enjoy a quiet afternoon.
This is also a free attraction. The old houses left by the French still retain the French style of the year, but some houses don't seem to be maintained and look a little dilapidated.
This Dalat French Quarter took me quite some time of walking around to realise there’s nothing worth seeing.It is literally a Street with some restaurants and hotels. From the main road though, you at least have a nice view of the city from above.It totally maddness guys,so beautiful view
Waste of time - just a random street, nothing special to see. Don’t bother: it isn’t a tourist attraction. Have no idea who the heck said this is tourist spot.