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It's really hard to get a taxi to the Intramuros and back, traffic was sooo bad that we stuck for a couple of hours trying get back to the hotel.
The place itself not interesting at all.
The #1 restaurant in historical building didn't have...More
Its so nice to look back in our history, as a new generation who had not yet born those time, It was a great experience to see it in-person one of the historic place in the country. The ruins of the world war II that...More
This place TOTALLY Takes you out of the Busy Hectic-ness of Manila and transports you to an old 18th Century feel of Spain. There is plenty to do and see - Dont miss this area if you are in Manila. MUST See/DO!!!!!
It's the history behind the place, that makes this site important. The location, the surroundings, the current state of the wall underplays the importance unless someone explains it to it in details.
Intramuros or the Walled City at the time of the Spanish Colonial Period...More
My visit to Intramuros was more of a coincidence because my meeting was held within this area. I could not help but stop and look at this beautiful remain of the past. It was built with good architecture and of strong materials- stones. It made...More
Cobbled spanish streets and horse drawn carts within a walled city... in Asia! Intramuros is charmingly different to the old cities of the rest of SE Asia and the better for it. Beautiful churches and colonial buildings are juxtaposed with amazing street art and history...More
This is a delightful walk through the older part of the city with many historical elements. It is well worth the time to have a period of relaxation, particularly as Manila is in the process of renovation and is somewhat chaotic.
A historic walled area within Manila which covers Fort Santiago. The place is a Spanish preserved colonial architecture including the churches and buildings. Some structures were considered UNESCO World Heritage site.
Response from DavidGunn1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Intramuros would be a fairly easy walk from the cruise ship docks. It might take about 30 minutes. The easiest route might be to walk to the main cathedral and fort area. They are on the edge of the Intramuros.