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Panjim, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

On rainy days is easy to get lost around the center of town.Just do it ! No needs for google maps or selfies, enjoy the now and here...

Thank Matilde M
Reviewed 13 July 2017

This area retains its Portuguese era feel with its majestic two storey colorful villas and buildings built in typical Portuguese architecture. The entire stretch is still maintained clean with lot of potted plants adoring the colorful villas and buildings.A walk through is recommended to feel...More

Thank Santhosh9
Reviewed 11 July 2017

There is a nice stretch of old portuguese type buildings, if you are anarchitectural geek, then its a must visit site.

Thank Sneha S
Reviewed 28 June 2017

If you are a history buff then you must visit the Fontainhas Panjim, It has all old Portuguese Villas and houses. Best place to visit and stay is WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn, WelcomHeritage Panjim Pousada and WelcomHeritage Panjim Peoples. Must visit.

Thank 27Nam
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Walking through old Panjim, was absolutely delightful. I usually don't make it too far from the beach, but I am glad we did, and will definitely visit again. The architecture, churches, and just general vibrance of the place is amazing. While walking around, we came...More

Thank chandknee
Reviewed 16 June 2017

Fontainhas is a beautiful heritage area in Panjim with some very well preserved old buildings,streets with shops that give the whole surroundings a vintage old European charming looks ! Well worth going around for some famous restaurants & shops.

Thank MARGDARSHI
Reviewed 8 June 2017

So, Panjim has its own charm like all places but when you walk through Fontainhas its a different experience altogether. I felt like I went back in time. The buildings are beautiful and there is a vintage charm to the area. Definitely an area worth...More

Thank shivanikapadia
Reviewed 31 May 2017

A walk through Fontainhas is an absolute must in my opinion if you want a complete Goa experience. The colourful buildings, the architecture, the general feel of the place satisfies the senses.

Thank MaulshreeMahajan
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Fontainhas houses were built in the 18th and 19th centuries. They are independent double and single storied houses built in Portuguese architectural style elegance with roofs formed of red tiles and houses painted in pale yellow, green or blue colors. Many art galleries which also...More

Thank Sandeep S
Reviewed 23 May 2017

A walk along the Fontainhas area is must recommended. This has the old Portuguese houses and most of them are very well restored. Just walk around soaking in the beauties of these old world houses - you can spend a good 3-4 hours here.

Thank AarEmm
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