Great part of history, 75 pesos per person interesting to see a part of history that involves mix culture
About Fort Santiago
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Our tour guide, Carlo, was full of all sorts of information about the history of this incredible place. He had so many stories about Mr. Rizal that made the place come alive.
This was the last stop of our bike tour of Intramuros. The grounds were well kept, and our guide was very knowledgeable about Jose Rizal and the revolution. We saw his footsteps to his execution, and the statue honouring him, and one that was life...More
The history of Jose Rizal is awesome....Please make sure you pay some extra money and get a guide to take you around and explain the history behind....
Well worth getting a guide to show you around and provide some extra detail on the history of Jose Rizal and the fort itself.
I have been to Manila many times but this is the 1st time I visited the Fort. Really interesting regarding José Rizal and his imprisonment along with the death of over 600 Filipino and Americans (white cross).
Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is not just the biggest and most congested city in the country. There's more to it than its terrible traffic situation, polluted air, and shanties. It is also the most developed part of the country, its economic center, a...More