A romantic alley, only 50 meters, the buildings are mainly pink and yellow. Suitable for couples to punch cards and take pictures,
Travessa da Paixão (Travessa da Paixão), located between St. Paul’s Street and St. Paul’s Right Street in Macau, is about 50 meters in length. Behind it is the St. Paul Archway. It has a history of more than 80 years. The buildings on both sides of Love Lane are mainly pink and light yellow, mixing different architectural styles of neoclassicism and modernism. The ground is paved with Portuguese unique gravel, full of European style, as if you are in a European town. According to folklore, if you walk through the Alley of Love, you will soon encounter love. Those who are not in love may wish to try it 😄. Those who already have a lover can also walk in the alleys with their lover to relive the feeling of love. Love Alley has become one of the popular tourist attractions. The government has designated it as a pedestrian zone and beautified it to make Love Alley more distinctive. This is also a place for lovers to check in and book love! The movies "Isabella" and "The Dragon and the Phoenix" and TV series were shot here, and it is also one of the places to take wedding photos. On March 31, 2017, the Romance Cinema Hall, the first venue in Macau that specializes in showing art films, officially opened, and named it "Love Film Center". The three-story movie hall is a space that integrates movie appreciation, local image preservation, and movie book reading. 🕑Opening hours: all day To 💰Ticket: Free 📌Little Tips: in love. Cinema: Ticket Office 10:00-23:30, Movie Reference Room 10:00-20:00. The museum is closed on Mondays and open on public holidays.
Located between St. Paul’s Street and St. Paul’s Right Street, it is about 50 meters in length. Portuguese-style buildings are scattered on both sides of the street, which is very stylish. ·Because of the romantic and poetic name, many couples come here to take photos with street signs and take wedding photos. ·Walk in the alleys and experience the feeling of first love. Couples and photographers should not miss it.
Visit the ruins of São Paulo with friends on July 7, 2017. It is also called Love Lane. No one is there. Compared to the ruins of Paul Street, it is quiet. We took a lot of photos. The pink building makes you feel love. It is a good place for couples. Just walked down to the famous coconut ice cream shop. Paixao Travessa is a narrow and romantic street, branched in Rua de S. Paulo in the historical center of Macau. This street is full of pink and yellow European-style buildings, which is very attractive. It is a feature of Macau Travel Guide, making it a popular place for many tourists to find and take photos. Interestingly, if you look at the end of Travessa in Paixao, you will be able to see the iconic ruins of the street. Paul is far away. If you frame the camera just right and have good lighting conditions, you can take very beautiful street photos and landmarks in the background.