Hanoi - you will love this city at first sight.

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Hanoi is beautiful and attractive to those who have landed in the city. Hanoi attracts visitors because of its ancient but modern appearance and the beauty of the thousand year capital.
Hanoi invites tourists with architectural works, historical heritages embracing the culture of this city.

1, Hoan Kiem Lake – Hanoi Old Quarter

Hoan Kiem Lake
Hoan Kiem Lake, also known as Sword Lake, is surrounded by long streets such as Le Thai To, Hang Khay, Dinh Tien Hoan, the familiar scattered play of  Ha Thanh. Around the lake are the old trees, leaning on the water quietly. In the middle of the Hoan Kiem Lake is an ancient turtle tower located on a small, calm island with charming water paintings.
Around the Sword Lake there are many other famous architectural works that have traveled Hanoi, definitely cannot be ignored. There are Ngoc Son Temple, The Huc Bridge, Diem Nguyet, Tran Ba Family Palace - historical monuments and typical landscape, typical for Hanoi city. All are souls of the capital, preserved and preserved by the Hanoians as part of their lives, never forgotten.
It is not far from Sword Lake, tourists can have a trip to Hanoi Old Quarter on foot. Hanoi Old Quarter is quite long-standing, but the streets are still preserved most of the value of culture, history of Vietnam. In the ancient town, there are many aged houses and streets as well as tasty specialty restaurants located in the pavement area for you to enjoy, experience.
Hanoi Old Quarter is like Venice city of Europe.

2, Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam

Van Mieu 
Dubbed the first university in Vietnam, Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam is not only a well-known historical monument in the capital but also contains the quintessence of feudal historical periods and preserve the traditional values of  Vietnam. Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam is the gold dust that adorns the land of  Hanoi in this day and tomorrow.
Van Mieu- Quoc Tu Giam was built in the year 1070 in the reign of King Ly Thanh Tong to worship Confucianism, then became the place for examinations, aiming to foster talents, training talented people to appoint mandarins, join in the construction of the country.
Hanoi is still modern and civilized, but somewhere in the corner of the capital has always existed ancient monuments, quiet and retain the traditional cultural values. It is a harmonious combination of modern and ancient, are two pieces that exist in parallel together. Therefore, Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam will always be a part of the soul of the land of Hanoi, the country of Vietnam and will forever be the pride of the people of Vietnam.

4, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum – Ba Dinh Square

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
If you have come to the land of thousand years of civilization, Mausoleum - Ba Dinh Square is a tourist site in Hanoi that you can not ignore. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the place where the beloved leader's body is stored. Outside the tomb, there are green bamboo bowls. The mausoleum is open on the morning of Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Thursdays.
Ba Dinh Square is the largest square in Vietnam, located on Hung Vuong Street and in front of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. This square is also home to many important landmarks in the history of Vietnam. In particular, on September 2, 1945, the President of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of  Independence to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. This is also the place where parades take place on the occasion of the great holidays of  Vietnam, and also a place of sightseeing, fun, strolling tourists and the people of  Hanoi.

5, West Lake

West Lake
West Lake is one of the famous landmarks of Hanoi capital, which is considered as a "giant stage clouds and clouds city skyline". The scenery along West Lake is very poetic and romantic. Surrounding the lake, high green trees straight, the flowers, green grass shade around the surrounding vegetation create a special scene for West Lake.
What makes West Lake distinctive from other lakes in Hanoi is not only the scenery but also the watercolor. Each season has a dramatic change in weather, in blue, in grey, and in the morning, in the dark. And the scenery of the West Lake has become the most splendid, perhaps at the moment. At the end of the day - when the sunset falls on the landscape, the virtual dim of the street lights down the water creates a scene of extreme fanciful, romantic.

6, Thang Long Imperial Citadel

Thang Long Imperial Citadel
Thang Long Imperial Palace is a monumental architecture associated with many periods in the history of Vietnam. Originally named Dai La, later changed to Thang Long when King Ly Thai To moved the capital from Hoa Lu here and build more new works in 1010.
Throughout many kings with many changes, Thang Long has renamed Hanoi under the reign of King Minh Mang at the end of the XIX century and bear the name to this day. It is the capital of many feudal generations of Vietnam, so this place contains many unique architectural and fine arts ceramics Thang Long dynasty thousand years of civilization. Until now, the face of the entire Thang Long Royal Citadel is still unknown to the archaeologists of Vietnam.
A place of convergence of thousand years of culture, the center of Thang Long - Hanoi is a historical relic, stretching over 10 centuries in Vietnam with a total area of 18,395 ha. Excavations include 18 Hoang Dieu Archaeological Site, traces of the Ly palace and other vestiges in the Hanoi Citadel, such as Hanoi, Doan Mon, Thien, D67, Hau Lau, Bac Mon, walls and eight portals of the Nguyen Dynasty.
There is so many attractive places in Hanoi such as One Pillar Pagoda, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Hanoi Opera House, etc. Let’s set foot on the road, go and feel the most authentic Hanoi beauty.

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