Hanoi Hanoi is the capital of Northern Vietnam and keeps this role until now. The city is located on the right bank ofTour Details
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- Day Tour Hanoi City8:30 pick up at your hotel. We will begin our day visiting Ho Chi Minh complex, learning about his great life at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, One Pillar pagoda, Presidential Palace, and his residential place. Next stop is the nearby Temple of Literature, the site of Vietnam’s first University, built in 11th century, to teach the royals the Confucian theory. Here we will also have a chance to see a traditional music performance. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.Afternoon, choose one from the numerous museums or temples around Hanoi (Museum of Ethnology, Women’s Museum, History Museum or Quan Thanh Temple). A late afternoon walk around Hoan Kiem lake and Hanoi’s fascinating Old Quarter for some great fun, shopping and street side traditional food. This is your chance to be part of typical Hanoian style and its traditional Vietnamese culture.Optional: you might opt for watching a Water Puppet Show, a unique and famous traditional performance or fascinating Ionah show before ending our Hanoi tour at your hotel.
- Tour price Private Hanoi city tour
No of travelers 2 pax 3-5 pax 6-8 pax 9 pax up Price in USD/person $63 $52 $40 $35
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- English speaking tour guide (other language available upon request)
- Cyclo ride (rickshaw) old quarter Hanoi
- Entry fees for all visits as mentioned in the program
- Vietnamese set lunch at restaurant
- Mineral water
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses
- Water puppet show ticket
- Travel insurance
Hanoi is the capital of Northern Vietnam and keeps this role until now. The city is located on the right bank of the Red River and far about 1760...
This full day trip of Hanoi City will cover the most highlight of historical Hanoi. Teeming with culture, history, great restaurants and nightlife, Hanoi offers a fantastic introduction to Vietnam. The wide boulevards and large colonial buildings reflect Hanoi's period as a French Protectorate, whilst other areas are truly Vietnamese with a muddle of narrow streets which bustle from dawn to dusk.
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