Once a thriving port city, the former capital of Portuguese India, Old Goa today stands as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its streets echo with tales of splendor, conquest, and a blend of Eastern and Western cultures.
One of the most revered churches in India, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is a testament to Baroque architecture. Housing the relics of St. Francis Xavier, this basilica attracts pilgrims and tourists alike, entranced by its enduring beauty and sanctity
Dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria, Se Cathedral is renowned for its massive golden bell, and its exquisite architecture reflects the affluence and religious zeal of the Portuguese rulers.