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The Centre has always been crowded with tourists whenever I get the chance to visit. This time I started in Senado Square and wandered all the way to the Guia Fortress. The crowds thinned out the farther away as I got away from the main...More
After two weeks in China this was quite a cultural change, even after intermediate stop in Hong Kong. The old part of the city is quite charming, Portugese style will prevail at least until 2049 - but actually the mix with Chinese elements makes the...More
Even if you had seen the names of the roads written in Portuguese you feel the influence as we go around the area. The architecture, churches and the cobbled roads provide a old time feeling. Only issue is the sheer crowd :( and it appears...More
I love the floor and all the architecture of Macau. There is also lots to see at all those store on the side of the road. Must Visit if you are in Macau. there is a small water fountain near by as well.
I enjoyed walking around the historic centre and seeing the different buildings with Portugese influence. Very nostalgic feels.
There's no entrance fee in the area and there are street food and restos everywhere...
There is literally nothing special at all about the "historic centre" of Macau. The museum was okay and fairly cheap but all of the buildings highlighted on the historic walking tour of Macau were average at best (I did like the Mandarin House). Also, even...More
Walking around Senado Square and then to the Ruins of St Paul’s Church brought back memories of our walk on the Camino de Santiago only its a whole lot shorter, roads here are narrow and extremely crowded. Interesting to find a pice of Europe in...More
Response from CharlieG_10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The sites of the Central Macau are cobble stoned so may not be practical. It is flat for some of the way then there is a steep hill to the Church ruins. Plus it is very crowded. I would not recommend the visit