The first stop of the tour is the National Museum, where you can follow the history of Laos from prehistory to the present day.
You can also visit Wat Sisaket, where thousands of Buddha statues are displayed along the walls.
Wat Phra Kaew is a private royal chapel which sheltered the Emerald Buddha from 1565 to 1779 when the Siamese invasion took the Buddha back to Bangkok.
Continuing the visit, you visit Wat That Luang, one of the biggest monuments in Laos. It is known as the Golden Stupa and is both a religious symbol and a symbol of the union of the country.
To end the day, climb to the top of the Patuxai Monument, reminiscent of the "Arc de Triomphe" in Paris. There are wonderful views of the city from here.