Visiting Vietnam for 2 weeks is the perfect introduction to this beautiful country’s unique history, culture and stunning landscapes. You will travel to the must-see places but coming to the non-touristy part of them and alternative travel route.
We depart from North to South visiting three cities, Hanoi, Da Nang (Hoi An) and Ho Chi Minh City, along with some remarkable natural wanders.

Located in the North of the country, Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital, colonial buildings and pagodas offer a glimpse into the history of French and Chinese occupation.
After your first night in Hanoi, head to Ha long Bay for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The best way to spend time in Ha long Bay is to embark on an overnight cruise. These cruises include accommodation, food and drinks, and they will bring you to see iconic islands in the bay.
Sapa is the travellers dream: trek opportunities, homestays, stunning panoramic views and a multitude of ethnic minorities.
From Ha Noi, you take a short flight to Central of Vietnam with Da Nang Airport, a great way to explore your options in Central Vietnam is to check out our suggestion for a day trip in Hue, Hoi An and Da Nang.
Hue was once the imperial capital of Vietnam, making it the home of several emperors in the 19th and early 20th centuries. On the banks of the Perfume River, Hue boasts countless architectural masterpieces and museums devoted to the history of the country.
With an important past as a French colony, Hoi An is the most graceful and romantic city of Vietnam. Ancient Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home of some of the most incredible Japanese merchant houses, Chinese temples and ancient tea warehouses as well as the famous Japanese Bridge. Visiting the city on foot or on a bike will give you the time to soak up the atmosphere. Most of the hotels and home stays have free bikes for the guests.
Even if you aren’t a wannabe Masterchef kind of person this unforgettable experience will open your mind to new tastes and flavors. We booked our cooking class with the Hoi An Eco Cooking Class and we couldn’t be more happy with the choice.
Depart to Ho Chi Minh City is the place to experience the modern side and culture of this amazing country.
I recommend take a tour to Cu Chi Tunnels to know more about Vietnam Wars and Vietnam history. You will have change to explore part of the 151-mile underground network that zigzagged from the southern tip of the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
Next, you will spend 2 day to explore the Mekong Delta which is known as a “biological treasure trove” and Vietnam’s agricultural heartland to have an interesting look into everyday Vietnamese life on and around the river. Heart of the Mekong Delta, the big city of Can Tho is often referred to as Vietnam’s rice basket. Here, rice paddies, orchards and thousands of tourists come to visit the famous floating markets.
Visiting Vietnam in two weeks is easy and it should be a must do for every traveller. You can also change the order of the Vietnam 2- week itinerary, depending on the airport that you will arrive

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