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Was expecting a really well maintained and historical fort....there are some interesting Spanish walls but other than that, the only interesting aspect of the fort is the museum inside. Overall a bit disappointing
We visited the place during the holy week, as part of the Visita Iglesia since they have a Guadalupe Shrine inside the walls of Fort Santiago. The place has been recently renovated, maintained well and surprisingly have an AC inside the walls of the prison...More
I was taken here by a business associate and even though I'd been to the Philippines many times before I had never heard of this place before. The Philippines has a rich history of Spanish, Japanese and even American colonialism and revolutions of independence. This...More
Very nice place, full of history. You can get a good view up and down the river. Guards are in old style costumes and will let you take pictures with them. Very old church across the main street, a 5 minute walk. The Fort needs...More
It's my third time visiting Fort Santiago but it feels like the first time, always when it comes to knowledge I acquire every visit. The facilities are all well maintained. In fact, they are renovating some parts of the place the time I visited but...More
We have visited fort santiago again this time with a tour guide. One will be amaze with the history of the surroundings, statue and the grounds. Truly remarkable how the tour guide explained every material it represents.
i fascinated to be in place where it has history like this fort. so many wars had been past on this place, it was also been a fort on those wars. until today it stands like it was meant for. its beautiful scenery, Rich in...More
If you are in Manila you have to visit intramuros such a great experience to understand some of Philippines history that you must have, excellent walk and ride inside the walls of the intramuros life. it’s a must...!!
We were charge Php 75 each to enter the Fort. You might get a discount if you’re taking your students for a tour. It’ll be best if you contact them ahead of time plus get a curator to give you the tour. Enjoy!!!