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4.3 / 5
based on 154 reviews

A beautiful city and incredible cultural experiences!

Mr. Son, our guide, was very knowledgeable and willing to answer all the questions we had. The driver was great as well both very polite and friendly. The schedule for the tour was perfect an allowed us time to venture off in the evenings to explore further and eat more delicious food! We booked and spent an extra night to head out to Ha Long bay and spent the night on the Syrena cruise and it was one of the highlights! The cruise director, Mr Cuong, was very friendly and had a great sense of humour. The boat was very clean, staff very friendly and it was really an enjoyable night in the bay! The pictures we took are incredible memories and I would highly recommend this to anyone travelling to Vietnam!

We love Hanoi City with Hanoi City Tour!

Booked with Small group but we have a private tour! This tour is a must do in Hanoi, love, love, loved this tour! We had a fantastic day and an excellent way to get a taste of "Hanoi" and all it has to offer. Our guide was very friendly, helpful and extremely knowledgable. A definite must for all first time visitors to Hanoi - highly recommended

Great way to explore part of the city and transport from one a place to another through the day and learn something too. Several of the places of interest are not visible from the bus or right at the stop so you do need to hop off and walk a bit to see them all.

I brought 24hr ticket which I plan that it is enough for traveling in Hanoi. Unfortunately, we have to spend time for more than hour, so we can not visit every place within time. I suggest to buy 48 hours ticket instead.

Hanoi: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour with Live Commentary Reviewed by

It was great, nice way to see and cover what becomes difficult on foot. Inside the bus there are typical vietnamese hats to make the experience even more cool