Hanoi Bicycle Tours

Hanoi Bicycle Tours And Jeep Tours Hanoi

Hanoi Bicycle Tours Overview: Hanoi Bicycle Tours And Jeep Tours Hanoi

Physical activity is required by the human body to promote long-term health. Cycling is one of the most basic activities.

This trip is for visitors who want to discover Hanoi’s off-the-beaten-paths and genuine side. We’ll ride to locations that most tourists don’t know about and can’t get to on their own, such as light off-road biking and hidden lanes, and learn more about the city’s rich history and amazing sights.


Hanoi Bicycle Tours Itinerary: Hanoi Bicycle Tours And Jeep Tours Hanoi

Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel lobby at 8:00 a.m. or 13:00 p.m. and transport you to our bicycle store to select appropriate bicycles. We’ll go on our ride after you’re comfortable with your bike and have received a safety briefing.

We start our Hanoi city cycling trip at Long Bien Bridge, which is a symbol of the Hanoian people’s fortitude and endurance. This is also Hanoi’s oldest bridge, having been erected in 1902 by the legendary Eiffel Construction firm. There will be opportunities to enjoy the panoramic vista of the Red River from below. Our Hanoi Bike Tour continues via a calm banana and maize field on Red River Island, away from the crowded streets, where farmers raise vegetables and fruits. This small farming island is situated in the center of Hanoi, yet few visitors get to see it.

We continue cycling along the banks of Westlake, take a break to soak in the breathtaking scenery along Thanh Nien Road. Also a fantastic site to see the difference between old and contemporary Hanoi: on one hand, the centuries-old lovely old area, and on the other, modern skylines.

With a journey around a crowded local market, we immerse ourselves in the sights, sounds, and smells of our bustling metropolis. Then we’ll ride our bikes to Ngoc Ha Flower Village’s Huu Tiep Lake, where an American B-52 bomber was shot down during the 1972 Christmas bombing. With our guide as a translator, we’ll visit a family house to discover more about Hanoian daily life and tradition.

This route takes us past major city landmarks such as the Hanoi Flag Tower, which has been regarded as one of the city’s symbols for nearly 200 years, the Hanoi Opera House, the 1000-year-old royal Thang Long citadel, the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, the Presidential palace, Ba Dinh square, Tran Quoc temple, and Truc Bach Lake…

Our journey takes us to the Reunification Train Track, which passes through the center of Hanoi and is only millimeters away from local residents. This is a fantastic way to get a feel for the local side of Hanoi, which is bustling and energetic. We’ll have lunch at a local restaurant, where you’ll be able to sample Hanoi’s exquisite cuisine. Before heading back to your hotel, get your caffeine fix with an original Egg Coffee. Allow us to share our enthusiasm for Hanoi.

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