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Intramuros

4.5/5252 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Located on the banks of the Pasig River, Intramuros is the old site of Manila and the ancient city district of Manila. The city is surrounded by trenches and medieval walls with 7 gates. There are the governor's residence and 12 churches in the city. You can experience the city by taking an ancient carriage shuttle on the streets. Here you will enjoy the elegance of Spain as it preserves the architectural features of ancient times. There are many attractions to visit, including Manila Cathedral, Casa Manila Museum, St. Augustine Church, Santiago Castle and many more.

Fort Santiago

4.4/5245 Reviews
Historical Site
7:00-20:00 (Local time)

Muelle Cross

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site

San Agustin Church

4.5/5262 Reviews
Church
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Founded in 1571, St. Augustine Church is an ancient stone church in the Philippines and is listed as a World Heritage Site as a representative of the Baroque Church. The church is located in the city of the city and is a symbol of the history of the Philippines. The early church was built with bamboo, coconut leaves and mud, and was destroyed by fire. It was rebuilt in 1599 and changed into stone building. The reliefs in the church are meticulously realistic, with precious religious paintings; the stained glass refracts the sun and sets off the nobleness of the church. The choir on the top of the church overlooks the church.

Malacañan Palace

4.2/533 Reviews
Palace
Monday-Friday 9:00-16:00. Reservations must be made in advance, see: http://malacanang.gov.ph/reservations/. (Local time)
The Spanish colonial Malacacan Palace was built as a summer house by a Spanish aristocrat in 1750, but turned into the house of the heads of state of the Philippines beginning in 1825. Its most extended residents were President Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, who lived inside it from 1965 to 1986. The original 19th-century building was an construct of great architectural merit, but much of that has been removed in the many changes that took place over some 150 years.

Chinese Cemetery

4.3/538 Reviews
Cemetery

Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

4.4/598 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Cemetery

Basilica of Our Lady of Penafrancia

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site

Bonifacio High Street

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site

Manila south cemetery

4.1/515 Reviews
Cemetery
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