Panjim (or Panaji) is the capital of the Indian state of Goa. You can find it on the banks of the Mandovi River and with its terraced hills, buildings with balconies and red-tiled roofs, churches and riverside promenade, it has quite a relaxed feel to it.
While there are many parts to Panjim, the most characteristic has to be the narrow streets of the old Latin Quarter Fontainhas. Here, you can still see and feel the Portugese influence. Today, I’d love to take you on a visual walking tour of the area and show you some of the most Pinterest-worthy doors and windows that I found.
35 DOORS AND WINDOWS IN PANJIM, GOA
Let me know what your favourite door is!!
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Disclaimer: I visited the state of Goa in India as part of the #Escape2Goa Blogger Campaign organised by LeaveURMark and the Goa Tourism Board. This walking tour of Fontainhas, I did alone during free time and all photos are my own.