Thuy Khue Street is a long street that runs parallel with the southern bank of the West Lake and it belongs to Tay Ho District
Xuan Dieu Street is the street from Thang Long Bridge to Hanoi center.
Han Thuyen Street has the length of 372m, is a short cross between Lo Duc Street and Tran Hung Dao Street
Thai Ha is the name of a street connecting two crowded ones Lang Ha and Tay Son
Lang fortress was built by French in 1940 with 4 cannons
Kham Thien Street stretches from Le Duan Street to Cho Dua Gate (O Cho Dua)
Nguyen Van Huyen Street is 500 meters long, running from Hoang Quoc Viet Street to Museum of Ethnology
Nguyen Khanh Toan Street is 1.4 kilometers long, running from Dich Vong Bridge to Nguyen Van Huyen Road, adjacent to Nghia Do Lake and Tran Dang Ninh Street
Pham hung street is 4.1 km long, running from the intersection of Pham Van Dong and Xuan Thuy Street to Tran Duy Hung road
Kim Ma Street is a long street connects Nguyen Thai Hoc Street and the T-crossroad of Lang rue and Buoi rue
There are thousands of streets and rues’ names reminding us of famous people or national heroes but some connect to historical places
Ngu Xa Street lies by Truc Bach Lake, in Thang Long’s west direction, Ba Dinh district
Ngoc Ha Street belongs to Ba Dinh District; it is famous for planting flowers and making Vietnamese herbs
Truc Bach is one of the most beautiful lakes in Hanoi
Tran Dang Ninh is 700 metres long
Nguyen Khang Street is a 2.1km long and 6-12m wide street which belongs to Yen Hoa Ward, Cau Giay District
Nguyen Phong Sac Street is 1.2 kilometers long, running from Hoang Quoc Viet Street to the fork Cau Giay – Xuan Thuy
Following Thai Ha is Chua Boc (Boc Pagoda) Street, which was named after an ancient pagoda built in seventeenth century in Le Dynasty.
The street was named after an uprising movement in eighteenth century which defeated Qing invader in eighteenth century.
No one knows when the name Lang existed
Au Co Street was originally one part of Red River dyke, stretching from Nhat Tan T-junction to Yen Phu Street
This street is the unique street that was named after a foreigner in Ha Noi due to his great dedication to Vietnam and the world
Quang Trung Street is one of the lifeblood road of Hanoi
Tran Xuan Soan Street is a modern road, buit up in the period the French colony occupied Hanoi
A few decades ago, Lo Duc street was rather solitary street of the city
Tran Nhan Tong is the third king of Tran Dynasty who is praised to be one of the most clear-sighted and able kings of Vietnam in history.
Ta Quang Buu street drags from Dai Co Viet street to Bach Mai street, belongs to Hai Ba Trung district.
In the poll “The most beautiful street of Vietnam”, Nguyen Chi Thanh Street was voted as one of the most beautiful urban streets
No one knows when the name Lang existed
It is called that name because there is a pagoda named Lang-one of the most long-standing pagodas in Hanoi-on the street.
Lac Long Quan Street is the stretch of road on the western side of the West Lake
Hoang Hoa Tham Street, also referred to as Bonsai Street is about 3.320 meters long
Yen Phu Street is a street that runs through the old Yen Phu village
Vong Thi Street is a street that goes around the West Lake
If someone gives you an address that goes “2 Hung Vuong”, rest assured they are trying to pull your leg, because this street has only one house
This one-way street bridges Hang Bai with Dai Co Viet and runs parallel with Ba Trieu
Hanoi has many streets that were named after celebrities, many streets whose names relate to its residents’ traditional occupation
One of the most beautiful one-way streets in Hanoi
Dai Co Viet might be said to be one of the earliest official name for Vietnam given by King Dinh Tien Hoang in 968
One of the biggest roads in Hanoi
This is a residential street which starts at the intersection of Tran Khat Chan, Hue street and Dai Co Viet and ends at another intersection of Minh Khai, Truong Dinh and Vong
Small and tranquil, Hàng Mành is only busy at one end where its famous bún chả restaurant attracts people from all over Vietnam and international visitors.
Hàng Dầu lies to the East side of Hoan Kiem lake and beside the Soldiers Monuments.
Hàng Da Street is famous for its market of the same name, which is at the intersection between Hà Trung, Đường Thành and Hàng Điếu.
Hàng Giấy did not see much development until early 20th century, when the French colony started putting up a few luxurious building.
Hàng Bài links Hue street to Hoan Kiem lake and is one of the major streets in Hanoi.
Phùng Hưng is one of the longer and larger Street in the Old Quarter that curves to the Ancient Citadel.
Cầu Gỗ means Wood Bridge, for it used to have a small bridge that leads to Hang Đao street.
Not to be mistaken for the crisscrossing Cha Ca Street nearby, Hàng Cá is a short and quiet street that cuts with Hang Duong.
Hàng Ngang bridges Hang Dao and Hang Duong, constituting one of the busiest market place of Hanoi and typical of the Old quarter.