Intramuros, or the ‘Walled City’, is one of the oldest districts of Manila, built on the south bank of the Pasig River around 1571. It was built by the Spaniards – more specifically by Miguel Lopez de Legaspi – and is bound on all sides by moats and thick, high walls, with some over 6 metres high.
Not a bad place. it's very low to enter and be prepared to step back into history. Jose Rizal is his name. He was a brave soul who fought and was jailed and killed for his revolt. This was so interesting that I might even go back. I never learned this history in USA. Others recommend this place I'm glad I took their advice.
I got to take a tour on a calesa. Lots of history here. I made sure to take a pic of the place with the cannons.