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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Mitchell Brian
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East meets west on a motorbike around Hanoi

Brian was great! He offered us insight and recommendations to places we would never of been able to find on our own. Great guy! Thanks a ton! Keep up the great work. Highly recommend Brian!

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Evy Hanoi Photography Tour Team
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Hanoi Photography Tour

My guide Ewie (apologies for incorrect spelling!) was very good at picking out interesting scenes to photograph as well as introducing me to local markets, cafe and spots I wouldn’t have probably seen myself. He was also very helpful in assisting me set up my camera for great shots. Highly recommended!

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Karolina Thanh
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Visit a Unique Ceramic Village with a Local

We truly loved our pottery class with Thanh. And not only that. She is a very knowledgeable and curious person. She took us to some porcelain and pottery workshops to see beautiful things. We booked a full day tour. So we also tried lacquer painting. We visited artist’s workshop. If that’s not all we learned about Vietnamese culture and society. We took home with us egg shell decorated plates and hopefully will soon receive our pottery bowls. Thank you for the great experience, Thanh!