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  • Old Quarter

    The name speaks for itself. Explore the old Hanoi and its sights. The atmosphere here is well worth it.

  • Hoan Kiem Lake

    The legend says that the Vietnamese emperor returned the sword that helped him banish the Chinese to the golden turtle god here.

  • Night Market

    Stop by in the evening to see the lively and bustling market. Not much to buy here, but the atmosphere makes the visit worth it.

  • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    Modern Vietnam was established here. A majestic historical site and the final resting place of Ho Chi Minh. Do not miss.

  • Temple of Literature

    Devoted to Confucious and used to serve as Hanoi's first university. A stunning complex with so much to discover.

  • Temple of the Jade Mountain

    The temple is devoted to Confucian and Taoist scholars. One of the most picturesque spots in all of Hanoi – do not miss!

  • One Pillar Pagoda

    Although the original building was blasted by the French, the replica still holds its charm and makes for a picturesque sight.

  • Dong Xuan Market

    Hanoi's largest market with undeniable atmosphere. Dive in, go through the massive amounts of sortiment and don't forget to haggle!

  • Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre

    The perfect place where to see the traditional Vietnamese art. Sit back and enjoy the captivating show.

  • Presidential Palace

    The Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh used to live and work in these quarters. Two houses and a collection of cars can be seen here.

  • Tran Quoc Pagoda

    Hanoi's oldest pagoda that has been rebuilt a number of times. A charming sight, especially at sunset.

  • Hanoi Citadel

    The complex that has been the centre of Vietnam military operations for centuries has been recently opened. A lot to see here.

  • Hang Quat Street

    The street is famous for the shops that sell Buddha statues and fans. One of Hanoi's atmos­pheric areas.

  • Hang Gai Street

    The street is not very long, but is completely filled with silk shops. Scarves, trousers and more for amazing prices.

  • Saint Joseph Cathedral

    This Neo-Gothic wonder still serves as an active church. A picturesque spot in the Old Quarter.

  • Hỏa Lò Prison

    Although „Hanoi Hilton“ was its nickname, it is far from a pleasant experience even nowadays. Do not miss while in Hanoi.

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