In the morning you will tour the old and new Goa. With its colonial history, Goa boasts a very beautiful Portuguese architectural heritage, with beautiful white immaculate churches and beautiful colonial-style houses to visit. Most of the major sites are located in Panaji and Old Goa in the northern part of the state, but there are also houses that deserve a detour further south.
Panaji, more commonly known as Panjim, is the capital of Goa State. It is a real pleasure to stroll through the narrow streets of the old town (including 31st January road) with its houses of Portuguese influence. You may to go to the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, one of the most beautiful in the State of Goa with its bright white facade and the Menezes-Braganza Institute, with beautiful tiles in the hall of entry.
Old Goa, or Velha Goa, was the ancient capital of the Portuguese empire of Asia, abandoned in the seventeenth century after epidemics of cholera and malaria. Today, the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place not to be missed during Goa tour. There is an impressive concentration of churches, such as the Basilica of Bom Jesus, the high place of the Catholic world which houses the remains of St. Francis Xavier, the patron saint of Goa. There is also the Cathedral of St. Catherine (Se), which is the largest church in Old Goa, the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary ... St. Augustine Monastery, in ruins, is ideal to be seen at sunset.