Visit the oldest places in Manila and rekindle your love for history in this half-day tour
See religious artworks and sacred relics of popes and saints at the Manila Cathedral
Discover the untold stories of San Agustin Church, the oldest church in the Philippines that withstood the Battle of Manila and World War II
Visit the century-old Paco Cemetery where the remains of Jose Rizal, the Philippine National Hero, originally rested
You can choose a morning tour (8:00 to 12:00) or an afternoon tour (13:00 to 17:00) for this activity
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Book now until June 30, 2020 / Valid until July 15, 2021
Take a trip back in time as you walk within the walls of Intramuros, an area that holds a significant part of Philippine history. Visit the more than half a century old Manila Cathedral, as well as the San Agustin Church, the oldest church in the Philippines that remained strong and withstood the Battle of Manila and World War II. You’ll also get to see Baluarte De San Diego, which was originally built to protect Manila from the enemies during the Spanish occupation in the 1650s. See all these interesting historical places plus the Paco Park and Cemetery, which used to be a municipal cemetery for Spanish aristocrats during their colonial time in the Philippines. Truly, this half-day tour will rekindle your love for the country and its rich history.