The state capital of Goa, Panjim is home to the administrative headquarter of North Goa District. The coastal town is adorned with an array of beaches, churches and cathedrals. The Carnival celebration that takes place in this town in February invites numerous travelers.
The region of Old Goa embraces huge historic legacy that can be easily witnessed in this part of Goa. The region used to be the colonial capital of during the reign of the Portuguese. Being outnumbered with a multitude of architecturally magnificent churches, monuments and other buildings, Old Goa is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Margao is the administrative headquarter of South district of Goa. It is the hub of commercial activities in goes and also home to numerous notable attractions such as Portuguese style mansions, temples and Catholic churches. The town of Margao is a famous Goa attraction that every traveler wishes to visit.
Mapusa is the third largest town in Goa that is also a famous market town known for its Friday market. Shopaholics can bag some of the most awesome handicrafts from Mapusa. In addition to this, one can visit numerous famous attractions.
Located in the northern district of Goa, Ponda is one of the most revered cities and also the capital of Ponda Taluka. It is home to an array of Hindu temples that draw in numerous travelers. Moreover, it is also the industrial hub of the state and is home to numerous factories and industrial estates.