Worth a visit. Unfortunately not many charming cafes like in Portugal, but the architecture is quite lovely.
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Very pleasant to wander around the old historical centre, has a very Mediteranean feel, which of course is no surprise. Did it as a day trip from HK, it was a nice change.
So crowded right now. Many Chinese speak mandarin & bring luggage shopping there. Hard to walk along the street during weekend. Nothing special here just take some photos and move on.
Walking through Macao streets it is interesting to see all the names and signs written both in Portuguese and Chinese. There are places such as some churches stairs that reminded me of Rome or Madrid but then you turn away and see all the Chinese...More
If you like to walk around a foreign city and see many cultural aspects of historic cities, this is a stop you do not want to miss. Several tourist spots close by (Ruins of St Paul, temples, museum,etc) but it was fun absorbing the ambience,...More
The centre of Macau and the ladies market district were lovely to walk through and explore. We also visited the Holy Square in this area which was peaceful and historic. There are many shops here but if you look around you can spot the historic...More
Great atmosphere in friendly streets - make sure you go in to the shops to try the samples of cake and meat.
A place for you to walk around? Not very special about this place just take some pictures and move on.
Great way to experience the non gaming portion of Macao. Good shopping and great walking to just stroll around. We bought many knick knacks and had our most Memorable Portuguese lunch near the square.