Very old bridge, in old quarter. I was walking around old quarter and ended up at long bien bridge, good place for a photo but not entirely sure what else to say.
One of the old bridge alive from war, There are many bridges across red river but this is a unique one. Passing by train slowly given view of Hanoian using this bridge between 2 bank sides.
Walk across this bridge and you will remember the walk forever. This river was bombed and partially destroyed numerous times during the Vietnam war. Built by the architect of the Eiffel tower, Mr Eiffel. Probably a mile and half walk across the bridge. From Hanoi city you can only get to walkway by finding right side access ramp--took us 10... More
From the makers of the Eiffel tower, it's a rusty bridge. Stay here and observe the magical traffic of Vietnam. Snap some photos too. When we were there, a couple was having their wedding photo shoot. A good place to walk the bridge and take some photos
We had a wonderful experience walking across the Red River once we figured how to get on the pedestrian side. We walked right next to motorbikes, bicycles whizzing by in the opposite direction--most times. We saw two kamikaze bikes heading into traffic too. (Hanoi traffic seems to be very forgiving--we saw no evidence of road-rage in the mish-mash of traffic... More
Long Bien bridge is built in many years ago. it has yellow color. look quite old, but when you stay in Long Bien bridge see the train running and feel the smell of the wind, the fresh air , you will be relax.
We could not visit Hanoi without going to see the Long Bien Bridge, therefore we decided to go and check it out. This bridge was designed by Gustave Eiffel, and it connects Hanoi with the main port of Haiphong. It`s across the Red River, and unfortunately it suffered some damage during the Vietnam War, only half of the bridge retaining... More
The bridge is a must see for any history buffs who read about the various wars in Vietnam. It starts at the railway station on the south side and extends towards the river initially above a seemingly very fertile area of market gardens. Close up it seems to be a marvel that the bridge didn't fall down without the aid... More
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