A beautiful historical place sharing glimpses of the past,loved the place,would love to come back again.
About Fort Santiago
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There is a movie show in the small theater on the left after the ticket booth which is quite interesting but otherwise skip this part and go to the Manila House museum and cathedral.
as I had worked around the Intramuros area thru the Bureau of Immigration, I have had the pleasure of being asked by friends from abroad on several occasions to play the part of a tour guide. at the center-piece of every tour of course was...More
Really peaceful place. Explains lots of history about the Philippines. As a foreigner I gained a greater understanding of the struggles of the country after visiting here and learning about the national hero Jose Rizal. There is a good view of the river as well...More
Fort Santiago is great for history lovers. It was here that the nation's national hero, Jose Rizal, was imprisoned before his execution. Much of the fort is in ruins, following extensive bombing in World War II. Kids will enjoy exploring the ramparts. The site has...More
Best known as Jose Rizal's prison. But a good place for picnics and walks, bring an unbrella as the heat is quite unbearable.
a perfect place for family young and old. rich in history, you can read about the Life of Philippine's National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal, you can learn about the life of Dr. Jose Rizal, a life size bust can also be seen in the makeshift...More
This historical attraction is worth your time with a guide to fill in the blanks. We were on a shore excursion from the Viking Sun’s World Cruise and had a good guide. We covered the facility in about 45 minutes. The really nice touch are...More
Have been twice there in the past year and recommend going by night. Right now they have a gorgeous art exhibition inside the park. Check out the historic stories behind the fort especially in regards to WWII. Get a guide to hear first hand the...More
A perfect place to learn about the life of Jose Rizal and the roles of the Catholic Church in the Phillipines.