When you enter the courtyard, it kinda takes you back to the old Spanish era, where the women and men wore the traditional clothes, and then imagine them sitting by the fountain having conversation. Then the museum upstairs, gives you a glimpse of what life was like back then.
Casa Manila is located right across from San Agustin Church. Loving that the whole house is made up of these stone walls. The courtyard in it self was pretty gorgeous and so picturesque. You can enter this with no fee.. You have to pay 75 pesos though, to get inside the house. Whilst inside the house, you are not allowed... 更多
This is a great place to bring family, friends and foreign visitors. Why? How does ten US dollars equivalent to the local currency per person sound to you? That comes with Shrimp, crabs, steak, roast beef, sisig, Lechon de Cebu and two table full of assorted desserts , both local and western delicacies. The atmosphere at night is good compared... 更多
Just another example of the huge difference, which apparently has always been the case, of the "haves" and the "have nots". This is all a replica of the original furnishings.
Very well put together, with fantastic furnishings --- you almost expect to encounter a past resident. Not a long stop, but a pleasant experience. Note, no photos inside, but the courtyard is quite picturesque.