Few weeks ago I received a visitor from Shanghai, we agreed on sightseeing and lunch. After picking her up at the hotel lobby where she was staying, we took bus 33 from Taipa to Largo do Senado (Senado Square) which is somehow the heart of this small but enchanting city.
On this occasion we did what I like to call Macau´s landmarks: Old and New tour. The basics. We walked by the lovely Senado Square with its portuguese colonial buildings, the tiny market, traditional chinese medicine shops and litte cafés towards St. Paul´s ruins which is THE landmark of the city, afterwards we did a quick visit to the Fort-Museum to later continue our walk around downtown passing by old rotten and forgotten architectural beauties, tiny temples and majestic churches.