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    Sightseeing, Cultural, Shopping

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Your tour will start with a visit to the old walled city of Intramuros, built during the Spanish colonial period. The first stop is Fort Santiago, which serves as the headquarters of the military might of the Spanish, American and Japanese colonizers until its destruction in 1945. There, you will proceed to San Agustin Church , constructed in 1587-1604 is the oldest surviving church in the Philippines the only building left intact when Intramuros was reduced to rubble during the Liberation of Manila in 1945 and visit the museum where you will find the artistic treasure house that illustrates the richness of the Philippine History and Culture. Pass by Manila Cathedral and Casa Manila, a reconstructed 19th century. The tour continues with the visit to the American cementery. You will have the chance to admire the Coconut Palace, the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the financial district. You will have the chance to see Robinson Place and Rizal Park before coming backon board.

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Please note: Space is limited, so please reserve early. The order of visit may vary. In case of religious celebrations or holidays, the tour will visit but not enter the San Agustin Church.