Hanoi is a very historical and culturally rich city which has been preserved over thousands of years. This walking tour in the Old Quarter is one of the best ways to immerse yourself into the city.
Start walking from hotel to Hoan Kiem Lake, visit the little charming Ngoc Son temple which is located on the Jade islet since the 19th century and is dedicated to Confucian, Taoist philosophers and the national hero Tran Hung Dao. Enjoy an oriental walk along the lake, immersing into the daily life of locals and the landscape. Stop at Ly Thai To King statue who is respected as the capital founder before taking pictures of the greatest Opera house, the Hanoi Metropole Legend hotel, the Government Guest House – the most excellent French architecture buildings in city.
Continue to explore the Old Quarter which was built in the 15th century as a trading center in the capital city with 36 streets of different products. Despite the changes, the Old Quarter is always considered a live city museum. The unique tube houses, small alleys, temples, open door markets and street vendor foods come together in a beautiful harmony. Discovering the town by walking is the best way to stimulate all your senses.
Finally come back to hotel.