Hanoi Free Walking Tour around the Old Quarter
A Free Walking Tour is made for you who want to explore Hanoi Old Quarter in a true local way!
- Well-trained local Guides
- Really understand the culture of Hanoi
- Meet locals and have fun
- Save money (We will have you avoid the annoying scams for travelers)
- Save Time (We show you where to go)
- Free walking tours
WALKING TOUR INFORMATION:
- Duration: 3-4 hours
- Starting time: 8:30; 14:30 17:30 or 18:00
- Pick-up, Drop off: Your hotel (If in the old quarter, if not – The meeting point)
- Transportation: Walking
- Language: English
- Price: Free
Notice: Private Car (Recommended, more destinations, save time especially for family with kids or elderly ) If you would like to have a private car, notice us in the booking form
|We pick you up at your hotel or hostel on time.|
|Hoan Kiem Lake – the lake of returned sword|
|We will discover the Old Quarter of Hanoi
|Special coffee – Egg Coffee (Top.1 in Hanoi)|
|Drop off at your hotel|
After picking you up at your hotel ( if it is in the Old Quarter), the Free Walking Tour Hanoi will start with Hoan Kiem Lake (Sword Lake).
HANOI WALKING TOUR MAP
The Hanoi Walking tour will mainly follow the itinerary as this Map. ( The Cathedral and Opera house are not included, these places will be in the French Quarter Walking Tour.
Hoan Kiem Lake (40 minutes)
Hoan Kiem Lake is considered a “Pearl of the Capital”, or a “Flower basket in the heart of the city”
It is a must-do. All almost the walking tours cover this area.
The Old Quarter of Hanoi (45 minutes)
Hanoi ancient house Or Bach Ma Temple
- Dong Xuan Market (30 minutes)
The place is home to shopaholics, and visitors who want to buy some souvenirs for their trips.
Located in the heart of the old town, Dong Xuan is the busiest traditional market in Hanoi. With the number of visitors, shopping thousands of people every day, in addition to the shopping center in the capital, Dong Xuan market is also seen as a symbol of the ancient streets of Hanoi.
- Long Bien Bridge (30 minutes)
Long Bien Bridge is one of the historical and technological symbols of Hanoi in the early twentieth century. The work is considered one of the most magnificent architectural works in the East, bringing back many poets and musicians.
- Egg Coffee (20 minutes)
Have you ever heard of a Coffee that made from Egg? That sounds so weird, right? But this unique beverage is a “specialty” coffee of Hanoi in particular, and of Vietnam in general.
Ending the Free walking tour with a cup of this special coffee with local will be one of the most memorable experience in your travel
- Hotline: + 84 (0) 167 323 9787
- Email: Booking@hanoifreelocaltours.com
- Fill in the form (Recommended):
Free Hanoi Walking Tour Tripadvisor
On Tripadvisor, Hanoi Free Walking Tour have received over 100 reviews “Excellent” from people all around the world.
Let’s take a look at some of their reviews
Salin, from Germany
Experience Free Walking tours in Hanoi with locals
“Recommended by all almost Best Travel Agency in Hanoi, Had a tour on the day I arrived. My tour guide’s names were Linh and Linh (both have a common name). Really enthusiastic people and punctual regarding the time.
Travelled to the Old House, which displayed the ancient architecture of the Vietnamese house. Then moved to a local shopping mall, where you can literally find anything. On the evening, wandered around Hoan Kiem Lake, Temple of the Jade Mountain and St. Joseph’s Cathedral.
Overall the tour was really informative and full of insights. Whats more interesting was how both of my guides were interactive and made sure that I got all the information regarding those places.
They were university students and engaging in volunteering work to help tourists understand the history of Hanoi and its landmarks. Appreciate their selfless act and devoting their valuable time to others so that tourists can understand more about the historic significance.
I would recommend Hanoi free walking tours to all the people out there, I bet you will definitely enjoy. Great work guys enjoy.
Minh and Hanan-the two students who took us to a tour in Hanoi made a difference about what we think about Vietnam in generally. We fill that the days we spent in Hanoi before were a waist of time.
They took us to real special hidden places and some local special food and quarters.
we find them very amusing , very interesting , educating, very polite, very nice and very communicated.
We had the best time, truly! We recommend with all our hurts having free tour with students in Hanoi.
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