Enjoy seeing the sights and sounds of Goa in this walking tour, which begins with a meetup with your English speaking guide at the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, which was first built in 1541. Having been colonized by the Portuguese, a number of Churches are famous here, which include the Panjim Church and the simple but beautiful Chapel of St. Sebastian. The Portuguese influence is evident in the very streets you walk through as you head to the oldest high courts in the country, as well as the residence of the nation's Chief Minister. Artistry is also found in Goa when you visit the art gallery that features Scandinavian art, and you'll be able to compare and contrast it with the local artists' work also featured within. Jog down Altinho Hill, with its wonderful steps, before you come upon the Archbishop's Palace in Goa, which was full of history in politics and religion. Then you'll conclude the tour at one of the most splendid sights in Goa, the Maruti Temple, with its incredible design and orange facade, which seems to be a mixture of western and Indian design.