Information of Goa
Goa is lively and
modern, with many western style entertainments. there is a choice of
luxurious hotels with plenty of night life, or simplicity and tranquility
in one of the inexpensive, clean and comfortable rooms with their own
charm, right on the beach. The Portuguese influenced food is
mouthwatering. Choose massive fish steaks fresh from the sea or a wide and
delicious choice of both continental and Indian dishes. Panaji, the
capital, is an easy-going town with Portuguese styled cafes, whitewashed
churches and overhanging balconies; a delight after your journey. Old Goa,
east of Panaji, was once the capital of the eastern Portuguese Empire.
Now, it is little more than a fascinating small village surrounded by huge
convents and churches dedicated to the zeal of Christianity, including the
Convent and Church of St. Francis of Assisi and the famous Basilica of Bom
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Road-Buses and Taxis,Catamaran.
Within the state motorcycles on hire.
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