1) Church of St Francis of Assisi.
Was established and inaugurated by Franciscan friars, who reached Goa in 1517.
2) The Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount.
It is one of the oldest chapels and was built between 1510 and 1519.
3) The Basilica of Bom Jesus.
One of the oldest churches Basilica of Bom Jesus (1594), it houses the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier, Goa's patron saint.
4) St Cajetan Church.
It has architectural similarities with St Peter’s Basilica in Rome and is built in the Corinthian style.
5) Se Cathedral.
This 17th century church is the largest in Asia and is known for its impressive interiors.
6) Church of the Cross of Miracles.
It is situated on one of the secluded hills in Old Goa called ‘Boa Vista’ (Hill of Good View).
7) Convent of Santa Monica and the chapel of the Weeping Cross.
The convent is primarily famous for being the first nunnery in the east and housing the Miraculous or Weeping Cross in one of the chapels.
8) Chapel of St Catherine of Alexandria.
It was built by Afonso De Albuquerque to mark his colonial entry into Goa on St Catherine's Day in 1510.
9) St Augustine's Tower.
This tower, which today stands as isolated and lonely, was actually an integral part of the famous St Augustine Church.