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All reviews street food narrow streets place to stay crossing the road night market lots of shops hustle and bustle every corner walk around street vendors bia hoi crazy traffic hoan kiem lake pho local food egg coffee bustling
Such a cool part of the city, and I don’t mean the temperature! It was so humid! But walking around these old streets, watching people live their lives, discovering amazing old houses, was a treat. I loved it and would love to do it again....More
Wandering the streets of the Old Quarter and attempting to understand where and how they live is a must. From the many trades to the street food, there is so much to see and learn. Do not forget to venture into the many small side...More
Loved staying here so interesting. Buildings, street life, food. It was easy to get cycled round on a cyclo to visit the different streets. I was close to the lake which is also a nice place to walk. Can get crowded but there is always...More
It is the first place i saw when i get to Vietnam and it seemed something like shocking. Then i get back another time at the end of the trip, and it was so better. Everyone wants to sell you something, almost everything, food, drinks,...More
The old quarter exudes history at every turn. The French influence in this city is unmistakable. At every turn you can see the role that French architecture and the French had in this amazing city. A must go to quarter if you come to Hanoi.
Difficult for tourists to avoid, invest in a facemask to help with very high pollution levels and you will be constantly brushing shoulders with scooters on and off the roads. Its chaos - but don't miss it.
My first bánh mỳ recommended by a vietnam friend, it is only 5 min walk from HM Boutique Hotel. If you know the only big roundabout in the old quarter, the restaurant is just locate at the lst left hand street beside Highland Coffee shop....More