Manila’s famous walled city has so much in store. The vast land space is home to 10 historical sights. However, admission rates depend on each site. The Rizal shrine, National Commission for Culture and the Arts Gallery and the Fr. George J. Willmann, SJ Museum are free of charge while the rest have entrance fees ranging from 10-200 pesos per head, student discounts are also offered in select sites. Not bad, right?
For couples who only want to stroll around the place, they can ride the famous ‘kalesa’ of Intramuros while looking back at the Spanish era in Manila. You’re up for a good ride with less than 400 pesos only! Also, restaurants and food stalls are dotted everywhere so you don’t have to worry when hunger strikes.