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Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. It is one of the two entry points to the country. The first impression you will have, is that this is a chaotic city. But the longer you stay, the more you will appreciate Hanoi. To visit Hanoi, you will need around seven days. Most tourists do not stay for so long here. They stay a couple of days, visit the Old District, and go to Ha Long Bay or Sapa. If you can, stay longer and explore the city and its lakes.
Sapa is the name of a town in the Northwest of Vietnam, from where you go on many trekking and excursions, and visit the traditional ethnic peoples who inhabit this mountainous region. How long you stay in Sapa’s region depends on the excursions you want to do. Most trekking last from two to five days. Go on a weekend and you will enjoy its markets. You get to Sapa by an overnight train from Hanoi. Winters can be quite cold.