08 Jul The Secret Sites of Hanoi, Vietnam
So, you’ve been to the top tourist spots as recommended by the Hanoi guidebooks. Now it’s time to explore the city like the locals. Hanoi Craft Beer Tour is perfect way to travel around the city, experience the hustle and bustle of its fast paced streets, its quiet back alleys and go to the places that many of the tourists never see.
The tour is perfect for those who want to taste the local food, try the dishes that the Hanoians themselves savour, from the simplest dishes to eccentric and exotic specialities. You can also explore the secret corners of the local markets, witness cultural phenomena exclusive to the city and just get a feel for the sites and sounds of Vietnams second largest city as it goes about its daily business.
Travel along roads dominated by scooters and motorbikes and explore the city the authentic way, feel at one with it, travel like a local rather than a tourist and enjoy this method of transport as you visit parts of the city that you would not get to see if you stuck to the guidebooks and package tours.
Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, a place where travellers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums within the city centre. And for all of its blends of ancient and modern and its population of 7 million people, it is a wonderfully peaceful place. Dotted with French Colonial architecture, modern high tech and ancient back streets it is easy to see why Hanoi is often called Paris of the east.