My general impression is Hanoi is a physically easy city to encounter. The air is breathable, the noise bearable, the pollution minimal. The smell of baking bread, burning incense and fresh market produce permeates delightful alleyways, characterized by exotic Asian touches against a backdrop of French colonial splendors. Colorful shops, resplendent with silk, lanterns and lacquer ware are a dangerous temptation, while culinary delights beckon in every direction.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and has a melange of cultural and historical gems to discover. If you take one of many tours in Hanoi you are bound to get the best out of your stay here. It is a fantastic city.
When I visited Hanoi, I was guided by Mr. Phuoc. Mr. Phuoc is one of the best guides I've ever met. He speaks good English, and says a lot of information to me. I am sure you would agree with me! Each foreign tourist arrives in Hanoi and when they return to their home, they all have an individual impression. Hanoi is ancient and peaceful; Hanoi bustles and is full of vitality; Hanoi has precise and unique gastronomy; Hanoi is brilliant with colours; and Hanoi is passionate and charming.
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