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West Lake, Hanoi

Hanoi City Tour

Hanoi City Tour, Vietnam

In the morning you will be met by your guide for a full day tour of the city. Your itinerary will include Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum and museum before visiting the Temple of Literature.

The tour is flexible and you choose any other sites that you may wish to visit by discussing the options with your guide. Attractions include the Fine Arts Museum, the Old Quarter and the Army Museum as well as the vast West Lake.

The infamous Hoa Lu prison (known as the ‘Hanoi Hilton’) also has a small museum that you can visit.

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