Set up by the young, laidback entreprenuer Bryan, Bambikes runs guided cycling tours around Intramuros on handmade bicycles constructed...
San Agustin Church
The San Agustin Church was the only building left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in WWII. Built between 1587 and 1606, it is...
San Agustin Museum
A treasure house of antiquities that give the visitor tantalising glimpses of the fabled riches of Old Manila.
Ristorante delle Mitre
Here nuns often help cook dishes named after archbishops in this unique and attractive bistro decked out in Catholic paraphernalia –...
Plaza Luis Complex, General Luna St · interesting places nearby
Casa Manila information
This beautiful reproduction of a Spanish colonial house offers a window into the opulent lifestyle of the gentry in the 19th century. Imelda Marcos had it built to showcase the architecture and interior design of the late Spanish period, with lavish features throughout and some interesting items such as a double-seated toilet. The house may not be authentic but the stunning antique furniture and artwork are.