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The glorious capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is a captivating conflation of East and West, pairing the panache of France with Sino-Vietnamese grandeur. The cultural wonders and historical marvels run in high numbers and stretch across the length and breadth of the city. Holidaymakers who book Hanoi bound flights stand in awe of city's landmarks like Hoan Kiem Lake, Temple of Literature, Hanoi Sofitel Metropole and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. They find it extremely hard to avoid the charms of spellbinding Hanoi's Old Quarter, a short distance from Hoan Kiem Lake where rewarding shopping experience blend with eating spree. Hoa Lo Prison and Hanoi Opera House are some other fascinating destinations that leave vacationers grinning ear to ear.
Travellers on Hanoi bound flights arrive at Noi Bai Airport (IATA: HAN), the major international gateway serving the capital and its surrounding areas. The airport is well-connected to various domestic as well as international destinations. It is located around 35 km north of the city centre, about 40-60 minutes drive. Noi Bai Airport is one of the Vietnam's two prominent aviation hubs along with Tan Son Nhat Airport in Saigon. It boasts a state of the art terminal featuring a wide range of passenger-friendly facilities and amenities ranging from several eateries to shopping outlets.
Hanoi enjoys wide connectivity with UK by plenty of airlines. Major UK based airports including London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Manchester handle several flights to and from Hanoi. A good number of operators including the British and Vietnamese airlines in addition to foreign carriers run flights between the destinations, offering seamless connectivity and flexible options to Britons on a quest of tickets on flights to Hanoi. Flag carriers of both the nations British Airways and Vietnam Airlines remain the most preferred options. Alternatively, keen fliers may also reserve tickets to Hanoi with international carriers like Japan Airlines, Thai Airways, Malaysian Airline,
Air France and KLM Royal Dutch that operate flights from London Heathrow to Hanoi.
Hanoi has emerged as popular tourist destination with a large variety of accommodation options. The Old Quarter is bursting at the seams with brilliant range of affordable and cheap guest houses. M Hostel, Finnegans Hotel, Hanoi 3B Hotel and Hanoi Old Town Hotel, are among the popular options available in Old Quarter. Hanoi City Centre also abounds with numerous properties Hanoi Elite Hotel, Hanoi Elegance Diamond Hotel and Hanoi Charming Hotel. Time pressed and business travellers, on the other hand, may opt for hotels that are located in close proximity to airport. Tam Hotel and Phuc Thanh Hotel are among the reputed airport hotels.
Autumn (around September to November) and spring (March and April) make for the best times to visit Hanoi. These are the seasons when holidaymakers enjoy the pleasant weather and take pleasure in sightseeing, shopping in addition to other outdoor activities. However, these are peak seasons with low availability of accommodations and air tickets to Hanoi. Travellers contemplating a visit during this period are advised to schedule their travel well in advance. Budget vacationers may also take advantage of off-peak, rainy season that runs from May to September when comparatively cheap air tickets and hotel tariffs are available. The inconsistent rains do not affect the travel.
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