Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is famous for its centuries-old architecture and its rich culture of Chinese, French and Southeast Asian influence. In the heart of the city is its chaotic old town, whose narrow streets are distributed according to the trades that are practiced in them. In the city there are many small temples, such as Bach Ma, erected in honor of a legendary horse, and there is also the deng Xuân market, which sells objects for home and street food.
The first visit will be the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (outside), who was appreciated as the historical figure and the father of modern Vietnam, (closed every Monday and Friday, months from September to December), it was the residence From 1954 to 1969, after this visit they will go to an authentic ethnic style wooden house, in the same complex they will see the unique Pillar Pagoda that was founded by King Ly in the year 1049, becoming today an important symbol for the inhabitants in Hanoi, we will continue with the Temple of Literature, which was the first university in Vietnam, back in 1076. Visit of the Ethnological Museum, located in a colonial building of the French period that was the Ministry of Information, we will know more about the customs and cultures of the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam.
Lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, we will walk through the Old Quarter of Hanoi, going through some interesting points, many of them are considered as symbols of this millenary city as the Hoan Kiem Lake, the San José de Hanoi Cathedral, built in 1886 in the neo style -Gothic, The pagoda of Bà Đá, built in the fifteenth century, where we will find wooden statues and some valuable things. 45 minutes walk in the cycle, passing through its narrow streets full of shops, the best way to see the daily life of the locals of the 36 streets. At the end of the afternoon you will enjoy a Traditional Puppet Show on water in a Theater.