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The climate varies a lot in Vietnam depending on the latitude.

Seasonal changes are noticeable in the north where all 4 seasons can be differentiated and winters can be cold.

The average temperature in Hanoi varies around 13 ° between the coldest and warmest season.

In the south, on the other hand, the temperatures are milder and there are basically two seasons throughout the year: dry (from November to March) and wet (from April to October) with minimum temperature variations between both. 

January is the coolest month in Ho Chi Minh City with an average temperature of 25ºC.

In the center of the country the temperature varies gradually as one moves northbound or southbound. Hue is the rainiest city in the country.


Given Viet Nam is a narrow and elongated shaped country with thousands of kilometers of coastline, humidity is always very high.

Visa regulations: It is not necessary to obtain a visa for tourists holding a Spanish passport who plan to stay in the country no longer than 15 days.

Time zone: GMT +7 In summer Viet Nam is 5 hours ahead of Spain; 6 ahead in winter since there is no adjustment for energy saving there.

Currency: Vietnamese Dong is the official currency. (VND)US Dollars and Euros are widespread. ATMs are found in all major cities. In September 2018, 1 EUR = 27,050 VND
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Electricity: 220 V, same as in Europe. No adapter is usually required for plugs or voltage regulator.

Internet: Internet use is widespread. There are o significant restrictions.

Vaccinations: No vaccine is mandatory.

Religion: The majority of the population is Buddhist and follow the Mahayana branch (China and Japan). Taoists, animists, Muslims and Christians coexist in peace in Vietnam, being the latter the second largest faith due to the legacy of Portuguese and French.

Some people in the southern provinces practice Caodaism, a religion that emerged in Vietnam during the last century.

Animism blends in with formal religions as it happens in other countries in the region.