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Hanoi’s lively Old Quarter comprises nearly 40 streets packed with shops selling all kinds of goods, each street named for its primary good or service.
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Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
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Reviewed today via mobile

The old quarter is stunning! The architecture, the busy streets, the people, the markets and the colour everywhere!

Thank July010
Reviewed today

Nice, busy, noisy, full of life, great food and nice hotels in all flavors. Just go in and eat where you want, try also the smaller eat stalls and not only the more western restaurants. Just eat cooked and boiled food.

Thank Henk v
Reviewed today via mobile

Hanoi Old Quarter is an interesting place to visit with a lot of things to do: shopping, go sightseeing, enjoy foods and coffee...People were friendly and helpful.

Thank Daisynguy
Reviewed today

This particular location is truly fascinating to visit, merely for those watching alone! There's plenty of shopping and several haggling in case you want, it's all element of the fun! It's amazing the way you appear to have to walk in the road because the...More

Thank Leanna M
Reviewed today

It's hot,it's tiring but its worth it.Walking the streets,dodging mopeds and cars and navigating your way around silver street,shoe street etc etc.There is bargains galore and the North Face gear is very cheap but it seems good quality even if its not genuine. All part...More

Thank robynqld
Reviewed today via mobile

I stayed in the old quarter and found the area full of hustle and bustle. Lots of noise, smells and steam to make you realise your not at home but in Hanoi. It was great walking around and visiting the sights and there are loads...More

Thank Phil W
Reviewed today via mobile

Thanks to Thompson for the immediate replies and help with all the process it was really helpful and provide us with the best experience on the Halong Bay cruise and the Hanoi food walking tour. Thanks Thompson!

Thank Ander P
Reviewed yesterday

The Hanoi Old Quarter is my favorite place in Hanoi. So many amazing shops with prices too good to be true. Lots of quality The North Face and Underarmour gear and garments for one fifth the price you would pay in the U.S.A. Great restaurants...More

Thank michaelsky
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Just strolling around the old quarter is great. If you can wake up early and go people watching.... You can see soo many interesting things.

Thank jure n
Reviewed yesterday

This is where you find the genuine charm of Hanoi. Just by walking all the streets up and down you feel like being in a different world. Highly recommended!

Thank Lisa W
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Hi, We did a food tour with Tinh Kevin and he was awesome! He caters to your needs, he also is very responsive.
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