Cycle across Red River to discover the tranquil rural villages in the northeastern side of Hanoi. Visitors have chance to come back thousand years ago to observe the honoring ancient civilizations of Vietnamese ancestors.
- CoLoa ancient Citadel, Craft village, Red river
- Modern bicycle, English speaking and knowledgeable guide, fun.
- Meeting Place: No.69 Quan Thanh Str., Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam
- What should bring: Comfortable clothes, and shoes.
- Tours run: Daily (even rain or sunshine)
- Duration: 9 hours
- Transportation: bicycle
Trip snap short
Long Bien Bridge
Long Bien Bridge is tangible cultural heritage of Hanoi which was completed in 1902 by French. It used to be the second longest bridge in the world and referred as Hanoi’s Eiffel Tower. The river witnessed countless events of Vietnamese nation. Two most outstanding events in the 20th century are resistance war against French colonialists in 1954 and American war.
Co Loa ancient Citadel
Co Loa was the capital of Au Lac Kingdom – An Duong Vuong dynasty (3rd century BC) and of Dai Viet kingdom – Ngo Quyen dynasty (10th century). Co Loa Citadel is regarded as “the most ancient citadel with largest size and highest scale, its design is listed into the most unique citadel in Vietnam’s history of constructing ramparts during the old days”.
Hai Boi village
It’s a Village of Hai Boi Commune, Dong Anh District, A River runs through It.
Cycle through corn and banana fields, it is surprising to recognize small houses surrounded by trees. Visit Hai Boi village which is one of the most beautiful village beside Red river supplying grass for cow, you have chance to observe distinctive lifestyle of northern Vietnamese people within beautiful sceneries.
Round: Long Bien bridge - Co Loa village - Hai Boi village - Red river - West Lake
|8:30||Meet at No.69 Quan Thanh Str., Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi|