See the main highlights of Manila by Calesa. Venture out and see St Agustin Church and other famous city landmarks.
Hop on a calesa which will take you to Rizal Park, named in honor of the country’s national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. The old city ramparts begin opposite the park. Ride along the old city walls which stretch over 4.5 kilometres before you enter the “Walled City. This Spanish colonial town was built in 1571 and today houses some of the most important sites of old Manila. Visit the San Augustin church, the oldest stone build church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage. Opposite is the Casa Manila displaying the lifestyle in colonial times. Travel through the cobbles streets passing historical landmarks to the Cathedral and onwards to Fort Santiago, the old Spanish fortress located at the mouth of the River Pasig, where great moments of Philippine history happened.