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All reviews slow pace chaotic traffic old quarter within inches hour tour scooters and cars our tour guide take photos great fun the hustle and bustle hoan kiem lake street food riders sights pedal bike quarters
If you want to experience the hustle and bustle of the traffic in Hanoi, this is a great way to experience it. At ground level you get a great feel for the traffic and how it works...somehow. The sights of the city are great and...More
Great way to see the sights. We paid 120 dong for an hours sight seeing around the old town. Traffic is a bit scary but you get used to it. Word of advice, pollution is bad here so if you are travelling in open air,...More
This was a fabulous experience, to see the Old Quarter of Hanoi and be right in the thick of it on a cycle tour. The pace is just fantastic to allow you to scrutinise all around you, to be passes by the motorcycles, scooters, cars,...More
We were peddled around Hanoi’s French & old quarters by a 75 year old and what looked like his grandson! Grandad won!! This is such a great experience amongst the mopeds and mental traffic and honking horns. The cyclists are very skilled at negotiating their...More
When Hanoi you need to have a cyclo tour just to experience being in the traffic, just watching it from the footpath is interesting but being in amongst it is amazing. I didn't take too much notice of the attractions, I was far too busy...More
You should start your orientation to Hanoi with the cyclo tour. We each had our own cyclo and it was very comfortable. The driver is behind you.
Also for the faint of heart, this is the way to go since walking through the traffic can...More
Traffic is a nightmare in Hanoi. Crossing streets with hundreds of scooters and cars still intersections is a challenge. Vehicles do not stop and it is like Russian roulette crossing streets. Taking the bikes is a good way to get around and they know the...More
We were almost made to go on the hour long cyclo tour as part of our group tour of Vietnam. Most of the group weren't that keen on going and we had had to reschedule the day when the group were going to do the...More