Set in lovely grounds it is a really good visit to understand a part of Goa's history. Definitely worth the visit.
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Old Goa is what is left of the Portuguese colonial capital from the 16th / 17th centuries and it is now a combination of tourist attractions, cultural heritage and Catholic pilgrimage - all surrounded by busy and bustling tourist markets. What is left is a...More
This is the real goa that one should definitely see and not the popular one that dots the beaches. Old goa is rustic yet urban. Clean and cozy. The architecture is distinctly unique with obvious traces to Portuguese rule. The churches are magnificent. The small...More
Goa is an enjoying place for tourists during Christmas time and very colorful atmosphere on that time. There are good hotels available, some attractive package and in honeymoon for new married couple and it's very suitable place.
Velha Goa, the initial Portuguese capital, no longer has any old houses. You come here for the churches; the Basilica, the Se Cathedral and several others and for the good museum
Seeing the majestic buildings (mainly churches), will enlighten the viewers about the rich culture and traditions of the past, when many Europeans were here in India
Old Goa is s group of, mainly religious, buildings some of which are now under the auspices of a national architecture preservation scheme. It’s not a huge area but one worth visiting and for wandering in and out if the various churches. It’s not far...More