Hanoi Free Tours: 4 Mind-blowing Attractions

Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam for more than 1,000 years has a lot of interesting things to attract a huge number of tourists from all over the world every year. Hanoi is recommended by some well – known magazines in the world and many celebrities such as Chef Gordon Ramsey. The city is a perfect blend of the exotic chic of old Asia and the dynamic face of new Asia, of Parisian grace and the Asian pace. Hanoi is where imagination become reality. Let’s discover the 4 most attractions below to consider taking Hanoi Free Tours for your next holiday!

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Turtle Tower – located in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake

      1. Owning the Old Quarter with Hanoi Free Tours.

The question when someone arrives in Hanoi is where to go first? The answer is definitely the Old Quarter. This is the most popular place of every tours in Hanoi. With Hanoi One Day Tour, you will have  a chance to ramble all day on 36 Streets or wander around Hoan Kiem Lake. Also, you can contemplate the beauty of old architecture mixed between Western and Eastern which still retain their appearances from the 19th century such as The Opera House or the Vietnamese old houses. Going to this place, you are living deeply in the peace of Hanoi, soaking up the fresh atmosphere in every morning or reading book while having a cup of Egg Coffee (the Vietnamese signature drink in a Hanoi Food Tour). One of many reasons why tourists love coming to Hanoi is because almost the entire city is covered with green trees. And, it has such diversity- from the Old Quarter to the urban areas.

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Hanoi Opera House
Hang Dao – One of 36 Streets in Hanoi Old Quarter

      2. Amazing street food of Hanoi Free Tours.

Hanoi is not only famous for beautiful landscapes but also well – known for its diversity of cuisine. Hanoi street food has its own legendary dishes as well. In your Hanoi Free Tours, you can dive in awesome dishes in Hanoi with low price such as Pho (special Vietnamese noodle soup),  Cha Ca (stir-fried fish with herbs), Trang Tien ice – cream, Bun Cha (noodle with grill pork serve with special sauce) and so on. This is extremely a heaven of street food for you to explore the flavorful of Vietnamese cuisine. Especially, the Telegraph of UK has ranked Hanoi in the first place on the list of the cities having the most impressive culinary cultures in the world.

Join in a Hanoi Cooking Class to be a local chef of Vietnam.

For first-time visitors it can be daunting to figure out where to go for eating, so we’re here to help with an insider’s guide to the best street food in Hanoi. You can go to Pho Thin (13 Lo Duc) for traditional Pho, Cha Ca La Vong (14 Cha Ca) to try the best and oldest Cha Ca or Bun Cha Huong Lien at 24 Le Van Huu where Anthony Bourdain sat down for some Bun Cha with US President Barack Obama. Let come and taste it!

See more places to eat at 30 Places to eat Hanoi Street Food

Hanoi food tour : Pho Bo _ Bun Cha _ Cha Ca _ Trang Tien ice – cream

      3. Rich History

Vietnam, as well as Hanoi, has a really long, harsh and interesting history. If  you love the quiescence and the ancient things was created by Vietnamese ancestors, why don’t you choose Hanoi Free Tours to collect more knowledge. Besides, you can go to and take some photos of some ancient temples and historical sites such as Imperial Citadel of Thang Long (a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010) or Quoc Tu Giam Temple of Literature (the first university of Vietnam for children in royal families have an unique architecture). Furthermore, you have a chance to know about Vietnamese fairy tale of Hoan Kiem Lake (other name is Restore Sword Lake), of Au Co Mother and Dragon Children and so many other fairy tales related to such ancient places from local people. Your imagination can be kicked off by those tales.

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Quoc Tu Giam Temple of Literature in Hanoi city

       4. Friendly local people

The elegant lifestyle and courteous manner of Hanoi people have been preserved and handed down from generation to generation through thousands year of history. You will be impressed by the image of women wearing conical hats with carrying pole on their shoulders and wandering through the streets to earn a living. If the burden street is a feature of Vietnam, Hanoi is the place where it is expressed clearly. Vietnamese people are also known for their positive view in life. You can see the smile always on their mouths.

A Vietnamese kid wearing conical hat with her pretty smile

How to take Hanoi Free Tours?

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