Hanoi Full-Day City Tour Book Now From $45 per person Hanoi Full-Day City Tour is the most special tour that will give you a chance to go sightseeing the whole 3 Hanoi quarters: Hanoi Old Quarter, Hanoi French Quarter, and Hanoi New Quarter. Date* AdultsSelect an option1 (+ $0)2 (+ $45)3 (+ $90)4 (+ $135)5 (+ $180)6 (+ $225)7 (+ $270)8 (+ $315)9 (+ $360)ChildrenSelect an option1 (+ $23)2 (+ $45)3 (+ $68)4 (+ $90)Pick-up Address* Please note that we only pick-up in city center!Travel With Vietnam Is Awesome - Help Save ChildrenVietnam Is Awesome is proud to be the first travel booking platform and official charity partner with VinaCapital Foundation to raise traveler's awareness and directly assist those children in need of medical assistance who cannot afford care. Read more about this partnership here.Donation Amount$5 (+ $5)$10 (+ $10)$15 (+ $15)$20 (+ $20) Total: $45 Hanoi Full-Day City Tour quantity Add to cart free cancellation in 48 hours 170,000 Members With 170.000 members in our community, we are local experts, and our tours are managed and supported by local & trusted partners! 17 Destinations Have the vacation you deserve with a huge range of tours all over Vietnam selected by our community and editors! 1 On 1 Support Booking a tour with us is easy, but if you need help, our team is here for you before, during, and after your tour! Overview Hanoi Full-Day City Tour is one of the most special tours that will give you a chance to go sightseeing in all of Hanoi’s cultural quarters: Hanoi Old Quarter, Hanoi French Quarter, and Hanoi New Quarter. There, you will visit the most famous places you can not ignore when coming to Hanoi. Highlights Have a great opportunity to see the most famous spots in Hanoi Have a great lunch in a local restaurant in Hanoi’s old quarter Know more about Hanoi people and the daily life of locals Visit some local markets, street food stalls, and unique workshops in Hanoi Itinerary Our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Old quarter at about 8 AM, driving you to Tran Quoc Pagoda. This place is located on an island east of West Lake (Tay Ho District), which is considered to be the oldest in Thang Long-Hanoi. With its historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc pagoda is famous for its sacred Buddha land, which attracts many Buddhists and visitors to Vietnam. Ready for some grave photos and learn more about Buddhism? Next, we are going to visit the Ho Chi Minh complex (Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, the Presidential palace, House on stilts. Those places are the final resting place of Uncle Ho, and where He lived and worked from 1954 – 1969). Goodbye Uncle Ho’s Complex, we’ll drive to the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology! This is the most recent yet probably the largest and undoubtedly the most interesting Museum in HaNoi and VietNam. There are both indoor and outdoor sections, while the in–housed exhibition is particularly informative, the outdoor display and activities make the museum stand out from the rest. There are a number of houses modeled after the traditional architecture of ethnic minorities, especially those who live in Northern and Central highlands. It’s obviously a perfect destination for learning deeply about the culture of Vietnam! At noon, we will have lunch at a local restaurant with so many delicious Vietnamese dishes! Then, we are going to take a short break to rest! Are you curious about which is the first university in Vietnam? This is exactly the Temple of Literature! Being an ancient school of Thang Long and the first university in Vietnam, the Temple of Literature is acknowledged as an ancient historical-cultural heritage that gives you a deeper understanding of Hanoi’s years of culture and tradition. How about old prisons look like in Vietnam? Now, we will discover Hoa Lo prison, built in 1899. The French kept mainly political prisoners here along with those awaiting sentencing at the nearby Court of Justice. Now guests will have 3 options to choose from! Just continue the tour or pay $10/pax fare to join in a water puppet show or a cooking class. OPT1: Cooking class. OPT2: Water puppet show. OPT3: Just Hanoi City Tour. Note: 10 USD per person extra for option 1 and option 2. This trip will end here with lots of interesting historic knowledge! Inclusions Hotel pick-up and dropoff Transport Entrance fees Admission to the water puppet show English Professional guide Lunch Bottled water Exclusions Drink on lunch Personal expenses Tip for Tour guide and Driver Additional Information 1. On Monday and Friday morning Ho Chi Minh mausoleum and museum are closed, Vietnam’s women’s museum will be replaced. 2.As we’ll join the Pagoda and Temple, guests are required to wear the clothes above the knees & with sleeves. 2. Before departure, suggest all clients not wearing sort clothing to come to the mausoleum and temple. 3. Special requests (diet, vegetarian…) should be informed before your departure days. Child policy Children from 5 to 9 years old are charged 50%. From 10 years old and above, the charge is 100%. Children under 5 years old go free (exclusive of entrance tickets, meals and transport) Cancellation Policy The reservation can be modified up to 3 days before your travel dates. Free cancellation up to 72 HOURS before travel dates. CHARGE 50% – when canceling 48 – 72 HOURS before the tour starts. 100% FULL CHARGE – when canceling LESS THAN 48 HOURS before the tour starts. Full payment is due at the time of booking and can be settled by credit card. If canceled according to the cancellation policy, refunds will be made to your bank account. It may take 5-10 business days for the refund to appear in your account. A credit card processing fee of 3.5% will not be refunded. Reviews (0) Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Hanoi Full-Day City Tour” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review. Continue with FacebookContinue with Google
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