Panaji Tours


The Panaji tours, especially the Panaji walking tours is an integral part of a Visit to Panaji. A walking tour across Panaji includes:
  • The Chuch Square
  • Miramar Beach
  • The Archaeological Museum
  • Municipal Garden
  • The Chapel of St. Sebastian

It is said that Panaji is a heaven for a walker. Trekking down the old streets of Panaji, one can feel the real charm of the small but historical city. One can start from the Church Square the center of the city. The walk down the Municipal garden, the Ourem Creek and Fontainhas enchants and excites at the same time.

The Chapel of St. Sebastian is a must visit. Witness to many historical ups and downs, the building still attracts with its architectural brilliance and rich heritage. The Idalcao is also a sure inclusion in the list of visitable places in Panaji.



Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



     


     

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