Panjim – the capital of the sunny state of Goa, is often ignored as visitors flock to nearby beaches for some sun and sand. But if you’re looking for something different with a little bit of history and a lot of colour, then Panaji, as it is locally called, is it.
My walk through Panjim lasted an entire day, but I could’ve easily spent another day walking through its quaint streets.
Here are a few additional spots you might like to cover if you happen to go to Panjim:
Joseph Bar – a tiny bar that brews its own beer and occasionally has live music
Velha Goa – to buy hand painted Portuguese tiles or ‘Azulejos‘
Ritz Classic – for local thalis
Sunaparanta – a centre for the arts that also happens to have an al fresco cafe
For more information about Gallery Gitanjali, please click here
Have you been to Panjim? What did you like the most?
Note: Content and photos on this blog, unless credited, belong to the owner of this blog. Reproduction or usage without prior permission is prohibited.