Hanoi walking tour full day off the beaten track allow you to explore the city’s best secret kept, we walk and see local sites and local living of Hanoi. This walking tour of Hanoi by Hanoi Eco Tour offers you a chance to visit to Hanoi’s treasured destinations.
Stroll along the famous local attractions and destinations like Buoi market, Botanical Garden of Hanoi, Central Citadel, B52 lake, and the historic Long Bien Bridge. During the walk, you will enjoy the sightseeing, you will also get the chance to learn more about the city’s local lives, history, and rich culture.
Unseen Hanoi walking tour day trip
Duration: 6 hours (8.00am to 14.00pm)
Distance: 8 to 10 kilometers (5 to 6 miles depending on how fit you are)
Pick up and drop off : At your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter or any other places 5 kilometers from Hanoi Old Town
Style of Tour: 100% our tour are PRIVATE which means that you got your own personal experience
Tour price: $49.9 USD per person, kids under 8 receive 75% off
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Start your Hanoi walking tour off the tourist trail by hopping on a taxi with a short drive (about 20 minutes) to a new part of the city. The local living of Hanoi’s glimpse starts there as you walk through a local market where locals sell different items like flowers, plants, Bonsais shrubbery, birds, fish, other pets artworks, wooden furniture pieces, stone carvings, and many more.
Great chance of leisurely walking through the famous maze of narrow alleys and busy narrow streets that would eventually lead you to B52 lake where you can see B52 wreckage crashed in 1972
Next, we walk to The Hanoi Botanical Garden to see numerous trees and plants which is perfect for taking a deep breath and enjoy a peaceful moment among the bustle and hustle of Hanoi.
Setting off to see French influence of French catholic and culture in Cua Bac church from the outside
For those who like photography, there is plenty of photo opportunities with several amazing colonial structures from the French, tree-lined boulevard.
Then we walk to a local restaurant to enjoy authentic local food with some local beer for cheering.
Our final stop is to walk along the Effiel bridge built by the French in the late 19th century before getting into another taxi to take you back to your hotel.
Please note: If you are travelling on a tight budget or not in a good health condition then you aren’t suitable for a walking tour.