top5 What to See in Hanoi

Hanoi is truly a feast for the senses. From the time you arrive, you’ll be stormed with the sound of zooming motorbikes and a never-ending sea of chattering people, not to mention the inviting smell of Vietnamese coffee and Pho. The best way to find your way in this big and bustling city is with a local guide. If you’re wondering what to see in Hanoi with your guide, check out this list.

Withlocals experiences in Hanoi are

100% With locals

Who you see is who you get.
The Withlocals host you book is the
host that welcomes you.

100% Private

All Withlocals experiences
are private, meaning exclusively
for you.

a 100% taste of the city

From city highlights to hidden gems.
From food essentials to home dinners.
Our hosts share it with you.

What to see in Hanoi

Unforgettable Complete Day Tour

from

€50.00 p.p.

Hanoi Photography Tour

from

€35.00 p.p.

Full Day Full of Highlights with a Local

from

€40.00 p.p.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

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Ben Anh
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Hanoi's Old Quarter Street Food Experience

Me and my partner had a great time experience a variety of Vietnamese foods and got to learn about them and there origin along the way ! We can recommend the tour to people that want to experience Vietnamese street food but aren’t sure the best places to go to safely
Ben

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Jorn Julie
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Best Ever Bicycle Tour of Hanoi

It was such a nice ride trough Hanoi!
We were a bit afraid before, because of the trafic. But Julie gave us good tips. This is the best way to visit Hanoi!
Thanks Julie.

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Supriya Julie
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Best Ever Bicycle Tour of Hanoi

I booked the tour last minute, and had to change the day of the tour. Everyone was so accommodating and helpful! I did the tour with Dzang, who is very passionate about Vietnam, Hanoi, and it's rich history. This is definitely the best way to get to know the city of Hanoi as well as the history of Vietnam.

I will mention that you do have to be alert while riding, as you do ride through the busy city streets. I am not an expert bicyclist, but I was able to get used to it nicely. It's a pleasant ride, and not fatiguing. I would bring a raincoat or poncho in case it rains.

Overall, highly recommended!!