Train travel from Ha Tinh to Hanoi

There are five trains a day from Ha Tinh to Hanoi covering the distance in between 7 and 9 hours.


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Train Times Ha Tinh to Hanoi


  • The fastest train service from Ha Tinh to Hanoi is Train #SE2 which departs from Ha Tinh at 22:19 and is scheduled to arrive in Hanoi 7 hours 11 minutes later at 05:30.
Train Ha Tinh Hanoi
SE8 08:00 15:30
SE6 11:22 19:12
SE10 19:14 03:55
SE4 21:22 04:50
SE2 22:19 05:30

  • The slowest of the train services from Ha Tinh to Hanoi is Train #SE10, departing at 19:14 and arriving in Hanoi at 03:55, a journey time of 8 hours 41 minutes.

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About from Hanoi


With an urban population of over 7.5 million people Hanoi is the second largest city in Vietnam and the political and administrative capital of the country. People are believed to have first settled the area around Hanoi more than 3,000 years ago and the city has developed over this time under many different rulers from many different countries including China, France and Japan before becoming the capital of North Vietnam in 1954.

Old Quarter in Hanoi

Old Quarter in Hanoi

Hanoi is a popular destination for foreign visitors. Hanoi has an attractive Old Quarter with a warren of small streets containing old buildings, shops, restaurants and hotels many focused on catering to the needs of foreign tourists. Amongst the most popular tourist attractions in Hanoi are:

  • Bach Ma Temple: Located in the Old Quarter the Bach Ma Temple is believed to be the oldest temple in Hanoi.
  • The One Pillar Pagoda: Originally built in the 11th Century, the One Pillar Pagoda is probably the most highly revered temple in the city.
  • St Joseph’s Cathedral: Built in the late 19th Century by the French, St Joseph’s Cathedral is North Vietnam’s very own Notre Dame.
  • Temple of Literature: 11th Century Temple dedicated to the education of Vietnam’s royal family and elite administrators featuring standing stone tablets with the names of successful students inscribed upon them.
  • Hoan Kiem Lake: Lake in the Old Quarter with a temple on an island and important local legend involving a sword and a turtle.
  • Hanoi Opera House: Grand French style theatre built at the beginning of the 20th Century.
  • Presidential Palace: Originally a residence for the French Governor-General of Indochina, later used by Ho Chi Minh and used now for official Government business.
  • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: Grand tomb of Ho Chi Minh, open to visitors in the morning on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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