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How to Spend One Week in Hanoi

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi One Pillar Pagoda, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi offers a great variety of tourism options, ranging from culinary exploration to breath-taking landmarks, and a rainbow of things in between. If you've got plenty of time to spare, why don't you visit Vietnam's capital city for your holidays? See our guide on How to Spend One Week in Hanoi to have the best 7-day experience in this amazing city.

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 1

Google Maps Day 1 Itinerary

Breakfast: Pho Bat Dan

Pho - renowned for its complex beefy broth, soft noodles and different cuts of beef - is a must-try Vietnamese dish. At Pho Bat Dan, their authentic Hanoi's Pho has charmed locals by the deeply satisfying noodle soup. Come early, because there will always be a queue.

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Pho Bat Dan is always busy

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: 49 Bat Dan Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 6 AM - 10 AM; 6 PM - 10 PM
Price: VND 50,000

Hoan Kiem Lake, The Huc Bridge, and Ngoc Son Temple

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Hoan Kiem Lake's history goes far back in the old days, with the legend of the returned sword

The first destinations that we highly recommend include three top attractions in Hanoi. These places feature a green, refreshing atmosphere that's perfect for a picture. Spend some time walking around the peaceful emerald lake and cross The Huc Bridge to visit Ngoc Son Temple, you will witness a living presentation of Hanoi culture and lifestyle.

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The Huc Bridge leads to Ngoc Son Temple

Duration: 2 hours

Address: Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi
Opening Hours: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Ngoc Son Temple)
Entrance fee:

  • Adults: VND 30,000
  • Children under 15 years old: Free

St. Joseph’s Cathedral

Just a 5-minute walk from Hoan Kiem Lake, St. Joseph’s Cathedral is the oldest church in Hanoi. It features a Revival French Colonial architecture, resembling the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

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The rugged beauty of St. Joseph’s Cathedral

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: 40 Nha Chung Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Entrance fee: Free

Lunch: Banh Goi - Pillow Cake

For your first lunch in the city, try Banh Goi (Pillow Cake) - a kind of Vietnamese deep-fried pastry stuffed with minced pork, sausage, and vegetables. Its crispy shell contrasts with the soft and savory filling that will satisfy all your tastebuds.

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A dish full of crispy Banh Goi

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: 52 Ly Quoc Su Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8 AM - 9:30 PM
Price: VND 7,000 - 17,000/Cake

Hanoi Old Quarter

Hanoi Old Quarter is renowned for its 36 streets, named after the merchandise sold there. It has always been a commercial and manufacturing center of Hanoi. Now the Old Quarter serves as a tourist attraction, characterized by small shops and the famous Ta Hien Beer Street.

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The streets of Hanoi Old Quarter

Duration: 2 - 2.5 hours

Address: From Cau Go Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: All-day
Entrance fee: Free

Dinner: Vietnamese Streetside BBQ

Get on with the local spirit and try our streetside BBQ! They serve different cuts of pork and beef, marinated and grilled over wood charcoal right at your table!

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Streetside BBQs are perfect for large groups

Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Address: Nuong Xuan Xuan - 47 Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 5 PM - 12 AM
Price: VND 50,000 - 150,000

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 2

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Ca Phe Giang - Egg Coffee

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The legendary Egg Coffee

Ca Phe Giang was the first place in Hanoi to introduce Egg Coffee - a combination of whipped egg yolks, a touch of cocoa powder, sugar, and coffee. This creamy drink caught on, and now there are plenty of shops selling it. But you have to go to its birthplace for the full experience.

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: 39 Nguyen Huu Huan, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 10 PM
Price: VND 17,000

Hang Dau Water Tank

Hang Dau Water Tank (Bot Hang Dau) was built by the French from scrapped materials of Hanoi’s Citadel when it collapsed in 1894. The Tank was abandoned after Hanoi declared independence.

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Hang Dau Water Tank from afar

Duration: 15 minutes

Address: Quan Thanh Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: All-day
Entrance fee: Free

Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

Built by the French in the 1930s, the building that is now the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is truly a place for art lovers, with over 2,000 works of Vietnamese fine arts from ancient times till now.

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The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8:30 AM - 5 PM; 8:30 AM - 9 PM (Wednesday and Saturday); (Closed on Monday)
Entrance fee:

  • Adult: VND 40,000
  • Children from 6 - 16 years old: VND 10,000

Lunch: Vietnamese Dipped Fish Noodles

Vietnamese Dipped Fish Noodles is a combination of crispy fried pieces of fish, a rich, and savory broth with chewy rice noodles. It's easy to eat, and a great introduction to Vietnamese cuisine.

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Perfectly fried fish to dip in the broth

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 30 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: 9 AM - 2:30 PM
Price: VND 30,000

Hoa Lo Prison Museum

Formerly built by the French to keep political prisoners, Hoa Lo Prison then was utilized by the Vietnamese to imprison down U.S pilots. It was converted into a museum to educate future generations of Vietnamese' resilience and bravery during wartime.

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How prisoners were held captive

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 1 Hoa Lo Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8:30 AM - 5 PM (Closed on Monday)
Entrance fee: VND 10,000

Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature is the first university of Vietnam, established in 1070. Now, it serves as a famous attraction to not only foreign but also domestic visitors, especially students. The Temple features unique architecture and remains as one of Hanoi’s most important landmarks.

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Temple of Literature's gate

Duration: 2 hours

Address: 58 Quoc Tu Giam Street, Dong Da, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Closed on Monday)
Entrance fee: VND 40,000

Dinner: Cha Ca La Vong - La Vong Fishcake

This is a must-try creation of Hanoi. It includes marinated fish cubes, stir-fried and served on a bed of dill and green onions.

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La Vong Fishcake is special to Hanoi

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: Cha Ca La Vong - 14 Cha Ca Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 11 AM - 2 PM; 5 PM - 9 PM
Price range: VND 300,000/set for 3

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 3

Google Maps Day 3 Itinerary

Breakfast: Banh Mi

When you’re in Vietnam, you have to try Banh Mi. It’s often referred to as “the greatest sandwich in the world”.

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Banh Mi is a quick, healthy breakfast item

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: Banh Mi 25 - 25 Hang Ca Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 9 PM
Price: VND 25,000 - 35,000

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology displays many cultural artifacts of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups. This is one of the best family-friendly activities since it provides kids with plenty of space to run around while learning more about the colorful culture of Vietnam.

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A traditional home featured in the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: 1 Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Cau Giay, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8:30 AM - 5 PM (Tuesday to Thursday only)
Entrance fee:

  • Adult: VND 40,000
  • Children under 15 years old: Free

West Lake

West Lake is the largest freshwater body in Hanoi. It carries a breath-taking view with a peaceful atmosphere that's perfect for an afternoon walk. The West Lake area also boasts a vibrant culinary scene, made famous by various Northern specialties.

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Get lost in West Lake's sunset

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: West Lake, Tay Ho, Hanoi
Opening hours: All-day
Entrance fee: Free

Lunch: Banh Gio Co Beo - Vietnamese Pyramid Rice Dumplings

Vietnamese Pyramid Rice Dumplings (Banh Gio) is one of the most adored dishes that can be easily found in the West Lake area. It takes a labor-intensive process to turn daily ingredients to a mouth-watering treat that can be enjoyed anytime.

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The filling includes pork meat, shallots, and wood-ear mushrooms

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 5 Thuy Khue Street, Tay Ho, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 8:30 PM
Price: VND 12,000 - 27,000

Tran Quoc Pagoda

Being over 1500 years old, Tran Quoc Pagoda is one of Vietnam’s oldest temples. In the feudal age, it was a spiritual center and the most scenic spot in Thang Long Imperial City. Such timeless beauty has made Tran Quoc Pagoda one of the most beautiful temples in the world.

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Inside Tran Quoc Pagoda

Duration: 1 hour

Address: Thanh Nien Street, Tay Ho, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM; 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Entrance fee: Free

Dinner: Banh Tom Ho Tay - West Lake Shrimp Cake

Shrimp cake is a cake made from rice batter, sliced sweet potatoes and topped with a whole shrimp. It goes with fish sauce, fresh herbs, and is locally known as a delicacy around the West Lake Area.

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The famous West Lake Shrimp Cake

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 1 Thanh Nien Street, Tay Ho, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 11 PM
Price: VND 80,000 - 133,000

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 4

Google Maps Day 4 Itinerary

Breakfast: Xoi Xeo

This is one of Hanoi’s staples for breakfast that is adored by generations of locals. It is sticky rice cooked in chicken fat, served with sweetened mung beans, and pork floss.

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Xoi Xeo is a breakfast treat

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: Xoi Xeo Hang Bai - 37 Hang Bai Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 6 AM - 12 PM
Price: VND 15,000 - 25,000

Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural

Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural was completed in 2010 to celebrate the millennial anniversary of the city. This is Vietnam’s first public collective work of art involving 35 professional artists from Vietnam and 10 other countries including America, Britain, Italy Spain, Holland, France, Denmark, Argentina, New Zealand, and Australia.

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A part of the Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural

 

Duration: 30 minutes - 1 hour

Address: Hong Ha, Thanh Vinh, Phuc Xa, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: All-day
Entrance fee: Free

Vietnamese Women’s Museum

The Vietnamese Women's Museum displays artifacts and documents regarding the achievements and the vital role of Vietnamese women during the nation’s history.

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Traditional outfits of Vietnamese women on display

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: 36 Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8 AM - 5 PM
Entrance fee:

  • Adult: VND 30,000
  • Children under 10 years old: Free

Lunch: Bun Dau Mam Tom

The secret ingredient here that not many foreigners can handle is the fermented shrimp paste (Mam Tom). This robust dipping sauce then pairs with fried pork cakes, boiled pork, and noodles to create Bun Dau Mam Tom.

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Bun Dau Mam Tom is an all-time favorite to Hanoi locals

Duration: 1 hour

Address: Bun Dau Ngo Huyen - 47 Ngo Huyen Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 8 PM
Price: VND 35,000 - 50,000

Vietnam Military History Museum

The Vietnam Military History Museum honors the resilience of Vietnamese forces during all past wars. It features a wide collection of wartime equipment, artifacts, and multiple scrapped war machines. The iconic Flag Tower of Hanoi is also located within the museum's ground.

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The outdoor exhibition at the Vietnam Military Museum

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: 28A Dien Bien Phu, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8 AM - 11:30 AM; 1 PM - 4:30 PM (Closed on Monday and Friday)
Entrance fee: VND 40,000

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

The Thang Long Imperial Citadel is full of ancient towers and buildings. The fortress dates back to the 11th century. However, much of it remains untouched. Visiting the fortress gives you a chance to look at other historical Vietnamese landmarks too, including the Cua Bac Church.

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The fortress’s impressive walls

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 19C Hoang Dieu, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8 AM - 5 PM (Closed on Monday)
Entrance fee: VND 30,000

Dinner: Banh Cuon Hang Ga - Vietnamese Steamed Rice Cake

Banh Cuon was a Northern creation that became famous for its wonderful taste and affordable price. It is made fresh as you order, stuffed with minced pork and wood-ear mushrooms, and served with hot fish sauce.

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Banh Cuon Thanh Van on Hang Ga Street is the best place in town

Duration: 30 minutes

Address: 12 Hang Ga Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 1 PM; 5 PM - 10 PM
Price: VND 50,000

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 5

For your fifth day in Hanoi, we suggest that you take a ride to Ba Vi National Park, located 50 kilometers away from the city center. You can book a local tour guide or hire a car there if you're an independent traveler.

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Ba Vi National Park’s lake

Ba Vi National Park features a refreshing air that is completely different from the city center. Here, you can go for a hike up the hill filled with pine trees and flowers or have a wonderful camping trip. There’s a resort under the hill if you’re interested in staying the night.

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Ba Vi National Park during the Mexican sunflower season

Duration: All-day

Google Maps Address: Ba Vi, Hanoi
Opening hours: 6 AM - 7 PM
Entrance fee: VND 40,000

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How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 6

The sixth day is perfect for you to cross the iconic Long Bien Bridge to visit Bat Trang Ceramics Village - one of the remaining handicraft villages of Hanoi.

Bat Trang Village produces top-notch ceramics that are not only adored by domestic consumers but also exported around the globe. At this village, you can catch a glimpse of Vietnam's traditional craftsmanship, and even create your version to take home.

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There are lots of ceramic products on sale

Duration: 8 - 10 hours

Google Maps Address: Bat Trang Ceramics Village

Long Bien Bridge

On your way back to the city, spare some time to admire the Long Bien Bridge. Its unique architecture and long-standing history earn it a special place in the heart of Hanoi locals. You have a walk, enjoy the desserts sold by vendors, or catch a sight of the setting sun.

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Long Bien Bridge

Duration: 15 minutes

Address: Long Bien Bridge, Long Bien, Hanoi
Opening hours: All-day
Entrance fee: Free

How to Spend One Week in Hanoi: Day 7

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Shopping in Hanoi

What’s better than spending your last day in Hanoi shopping for souvenirs? Go to Hoan Kiem Lake early in the morning to enjoy the last peaceful moment in the city, fuel yourself with a hot bowl of Pho, a cup of coffee, and get ready to shop till you drop!

First, take a stroll through Hanoi Old Quarter and seek for your favorite traditional Vietnamese souvenirs, namely conical hat (Non La), silk, paintings… But remember to bargain for the best price; that’s a part of Vietnam's shopping culture.

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A mask can be a unique souvenir

Lunch: Tuyet - Bun Cha 34

Bun Cha took off after President Obama and culinary sensation Anthony Bourdain tried it in their visit to Hanoi. The ingredients are simple: ground pork, fish sauce, and noodles, but the way vendors prepare them turns them into a masterpiece. Bun Cha 34 is a locally famous shop that's right in the Old Quarter.

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Bun Cha in Hanoi

Duration: 1 hour

Address: 7 Hang Than, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Opening hours: 7 AM - 5 PM
Price: VND 35,000 - VND 55,000

Dinner: Ta Hien Beer Street

End the night strong with a tall glass of Bia Hoi - Vietnamese Craft Beer, at the Ta Hien joint, or venture to a Hanoi local bar to have a night to remember!

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Join Hanoi's Beer culture now!

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Address: At the junction of Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen Street
Opening hours: 5 PM - 3 AM
Price: VND 10,000/glass

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