As the heart of the Red River Delta region and Vietnam’s largest tourist hub, Hanoi links with many major Asian and European cities with direct flights and connections to countryside cities by road with wonderful landscape along the way. Arriving in Hanoi, you are in the heart of at least fifty possible journeys in North Vietnam, from majestic mountains to hidden beaches on a small island. This is also a place where the climate is both rich and challenging, making each traveler need to be careful when choosing the time to travel, but also leaves the city with all kinds of strange flowers, nuances and flavors, diversity in each season.
You can wander here for a few days to enjoy a myriad of delicious dishes, immerse yourself in the exciting yet cozy atmosphere of the “36 Old Quarter” area with very opposite experiences, until you book a trip. Go with your own plan to explore the mysterious Northwestern mountains and forests. You can also take the time to enjoy and experience the absolute privacy at the unique landmarks and ancient cultural treasures of the North, or relax on a beach cruise just 2 hours drive from Hanoi by car, all within short distances of 100 to 300km from the city. True to the world’s famous travel guide, Lonely Planet, says: “If you only have one week in Indochina, choose North Vietnam and Angkor Wat”, Hanoi can be a destination only occupies two or three days of your journey, but will probably keep you for years as if it were many young tourists from afar.