Church of St Augustine
The foundations of this church date from 1586 when it was established by Spanish Augustinians, but the present structure was built in...
Dom Pedro V Theatre
Opposite the Church of St Augustine, Dom Pedro V, a colonnaded, neoclassical theatre in green and white, is the oldest (1858)...
Located in the Leal Senado , Macau's oldest and most lavish library is a beautiful adaptation of the 18th century library in the...
Terra Coffee House
This tiny haven overlooking pretty St Augustine Sq will make you forget you're only a five-minute walk away from heaving Largo do...
In the centre of the Macau Peninsula, Pavilions has a wide selection of imported food and drinks, including a Portuguese section in the...
11a Rua Central · interesting places nearby
Alfonso III information
A short stroll southwest of Leal Senado is this tiny, family-run restaurant that has won a well-deserved reputation among Macau's Portuguese community. Service is patchy, but no one seems to mind. Tables are often in short supply, so phone ahead.