Ever wonder what places to visit in Manila City? Try to wander in Intramuros. It reflects the history and culture of the Philippines.
Explore the Historical Places in Manila
Explore Intramuros with Manila City Tour
Tour Duration: 4 hours
Departing Location: Free Hotel Pick-up
Tour type: Day Tour
Available: Daily (9:00 AM – 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM)
Tour Price: Php1,950 per person
Minimum of 2 persons
If interested, contact Manila City Tour here:
Call +63.2.470.9631, +63.2.636.1987, +63.2.636.1980, +63.2.636.1926
Intramuros tour is one of the most popular tour packages of Manila City Tour. The tourists learn about the rich culture of Manila City. It begins with a short drive through Makati City.
The first tour destination is Nielson’s Tower inside Ayala Avenue.
It becomes the principle airport of Manila from 1937 to 1947. It is a two-story building that resembles an airplane from a bird’s-eye view.
Today, Nielson Field is simply Makati Central Business District. The old runways are Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas.
Note: The Nielson’s Tower is now closed. You can view it from the outside only.
American Cemetery and Memorial
Location: Taguig City
It contains the largest number of graves of soldiers who died during World War II.
The cemetery is open daily to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except December 25 and January 1. It is open on host country holidays.
“Walled City” of Intramuros
Location: Manila City
It is a must visit in Manila. Tourist can feel the the Spanish era as they enter Intramuros.
The Vlog Expedition
San Agustin Church
Location: General Luna St, Manila, Metro Manila
It is one of the largest church in the Philippines. It is known as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Tourists has a chance to learn its history.
Location: Plaza San Luis Complex, Corner Real & Gen. Luna Streets, Intramurous, Manila
It is a replica of Spanish colonial mansion of late 19th century Manila. It has a massive stone walls. There are many authentic antiques inside.
The Broken Chapter
Luneta Park, Chinese Garden and Jose Rizal Shrine
Location: Manila City
Luneta Park is the most popular park in the Philippines. It’s one of the most significant landmarks in the country that shouldn’t be missed by every local or foreign tourist who are travelling to Metro Manila.
The tourists can visit the shrine of Jose Rizal, a Filipino nationalist.
The other attraction inside the park is the Chinese Garden. It was build to promote friendship between Philippines and China.
Manila Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church near Fort Santiago. It is originally owned by the Archdiocese of Mexico in 1571. It is one of the most beautiful churches in the Philippines.
The tour will end at the “Fort Santiago”. It is the oldest Spanish fortress in the Philippines. Dr. Jose Rizal spends his final days here.
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