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Hanoi 2-Day Trips & Tour Itineraries

Hanoi is the antique capital of Vietnam with a myriad of cultural and traditional features that attract a lot of tourists from over the world. But in fact, there stand many tourists do not believe that they can get into the soul of the cosmopolitan city just in two-day trips from Hanoi. That’s true, but with our experience in designing tour, we definitely deliver clients the memorable experiences by Hanoi two day itinerary. To minimize visitors’ inconvenience, our Hanoi Local Tour team has delivered tourists Hanoi 2-Day Trips & Tour Itineraries with the best experience in age-old Hanoi.

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Things to Do & See Within Two Day Trips in Hanoi

You wonder how to plan Hanoi 2-Day tour itineraries in confusion because of the limited understanding about the city. For anyone who is looking for Hanoi two day itineraries. In this article, Hanoi Local Tour would love to suggest a detailed Hanoi 2 Day Trips & Tour itineraries.

Explore Hanoi Historical Relics in Two Day Trips

Hanoi Old Quarter

Hanoi Old Quarter has established hundreds of years ago on the east side of the ancient Thang Long citadel. In the old days, the Old Quarter, a warren of narrow streets, alleys and houses, was home to several guilds such as bronze casting, forging, jewelry making, wood carving, silk, and clothes trading.

Hoan Kiem Lake

Your Hanoi 2 Day tour itineraries will be not enough without Hoan Kiem Lake which is near Hanoi Old Quarter and only takes a few minutes walking. Hoan Kiem Lake (Hoan Kiem Lake) is not only a symbol of culture, history of the capital but also a favorite destination of domestic and foreign tourists while traveling in Hanoi.

Hoa Lo Prison

Another 15-minute walk will take you to this. Hoa Lo Prison (also known as Maison Centrale) was architecture built by French colonists. As a representative of the period of the Vietnamese resistance war, the prison still maintained a lot of torture tools. It represented part of the fierce battle and the brave spirit of the soldiers at the time. Thinking about some antiques at Hoa Lo Prison will make us goosebumps. As a representative of the period of the Vietnamese resistance war, the prison still maintained a lot of torture tools.
• Opening hours: Everyday from 8:00 am -17:00 am
• Entrance Fee: 30.000 VND/person

Water Puppet Show or Cyclo Ride

Each culture has its own unique festival or attraction, representing something that is indispensable to what makes that culture so special. In Vietnam, it is a traditional water puppet show. A real water puppet show is like a puppet show but on the water. However, the show was interesting and needed skilled craftsmen. Enjoy the traditional culture of Vietnam at Thang Long Water Puppet Theater, 57B, Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
• Opening hours: Everyday at 15:00, 16:10, 17:20, 18:30, 20:00
• Ticket: 100.000 VND, 150.000 VND, 200.000 VND
If Water Puppet Show is not interesting for you, there's another option: Take a cyclo ride through Hanoi Old Quarter. Cyclo is also one of the unique transportations in Vietnam. A cyclo looks like a bicycle but with 3 wheels and a big seat in the front. It's easy to catch a cyclo that is very popular Hanoi Old Quarter. You should bargain before going.

Thang Long Ancient Citadel

A long time ago, when Vietnam still used Chinese characters for their language, we had a citadel to protect the city, while most of the walls were destroyed, the fragments of It can still be seen throughout the Old Town.
Thang Long Citadel is an attractive monument of Vietnamese history and, expressing its historical and cultural importance, has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2010. Also known as Thanh In ancient Hanoi, many artifacts and items from the 6th and 20th centuries have been excavated, including the foundations of ancient castles, ancient roads, ponds, and wells.

Ho Chi Minh Complex

Ho Chi Minh complex concludes many architectures such as Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh Museum, One Pillar Pagoda, Ho Chi Minh Stilt House, …

Best Street Food in Hanoi Day Trips

Enjoy Bun Bo Nam Bo

What you need to do in Hanoi is to eat something true of Hanoian. This dish, Bun Bo Nam Bo, is believed to have originated from Hanoi. It includes perfect marinated beef in a sweet and savory dish, thin and thin noodles that don receive, crispy peanuts, and fried onions and a few other things make this dish absolutely delicious! Now, this dish can be found throughout Vietnam, although we can tell you with certainty that it tastes different in the North. Must try!

Sip on (Egg) Coffe

After making a lake round, we recommend you take a quick rest and enjoy one of Vietnam's most profitable export products: coffee! We mentioned earlier on our blog that Vietnamese people love their unique coffee and coffee culture is always a big phenomenon here. In the north, the Hanoi people take coffee completely to another level. A special coffee you have to try when in Hanoi is Egg Coffee. No, ‘egg is not a codename for milk or sugar. It really is ‘egg! Egg coffee is a unique blend of egg yolk, coffee, condensed milk with sugar, butter, and cheese. Mr. Jiang, who created notorious egg coffee, developed it due to the scarcity of milk from decades ago.

Explore Hoan Kiem Bia Hoi

The landscape of the notorious Hanoi street beer! A trip to Hanoi, or Vietnam, will not be perfect without spending time on the world's smallest plastic chairs and drinking beer (we don't joke a beer will make you lose about 0, $ 15). Beer is quite light, about 3-4% alcoholic and also light in color. This beer is made of 50% rice to keep it beautiful and clear, and it is best without preservatives. Although these small beer shops can be found throughout the city, the most lively place to witness this interesting beer culture is at the corner of Luong Ngoc Quyen and Ta Hien streets, also known as corners Bia Hoi Hanoi.