Day-1 Arrive at Panjim. Visit Old Goa to visit Churches in Old Goa Arrive at Panjim. Goa, an erstwhile Portuguese colony (Goa was freed from Portuguese rule in early 1960s), is home to several Portuguese Roman Catholic Churches, some of them renowned for the Baroque architecture, a building style of the Baroque era, begun in late sixteenth century Italy. Visit Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception at Panjim (One of the most oldest and impressive churches in Goa). Visit Old Goa (15 kms). Se Cathedral in Old Goa is believed to be the largest Church in India and the most impressive of Churches in Goa. Set in Old Goa, a UNESCO heritage site, Se Cathedral's tower houses a large bell known as the "Golden Bell" which is one of the largest. Visit Basillica of Bom Jesus (Old Goa), Church of St Francis of Asissi (Old Goa), Church of St Cajetan(Old Goa) alongwith.
Day-2 Visit Churches in North Goa Visit Churches in North Goa such as Church of Reis Magos (Between North Goa and Panjim), Church of Our Lady of Miracles (Mapusa), Church of St Anne (Talaulim), Shrine Of The Holy Cross Bambolim (near Panjim). Time permitting, undertake a short walk in the evening on the heritage bylanes of Panjim.
Day-3 Departure Depart for onward Journey.
Dabolim - Dabolim lies on nothern tip of South Goa near Vasco and home to only Airport in Goa.
Panjim - Panjim is the state capital of Goa and known for its promenades, heritage walks, clean streets, lots of restaurants and few beaches around it.