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Largo do Senado (Senado Square), Macau

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Discover a piece of the Mediterranean in the center of Macau at Largo do Senado (Senado Square). Surrounded by historic structures, the square is located in front of the building that once housed the seat of Portuguese government in Macau. Formerly the place for inauguration ceremonies and parades held for colonial governors, the square now hosts various public events and artistic performances. The surrounding area features an abundance of restaurants, shopping centers, and boutique stores, selling everything from clothes to souvenirs. Take a look at our Macau sightseeing tool to schedule your visit to Largo do Senado (Senado Square) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Great tourist spot in Macau, many cheap things you can buy from this street. Street foods are the best. My first time in Macau, one of the best vacation I had since I am coming from far part of...  more »
  • In the center of Macau that has a lot of mixed culture in it. This place is not just simply chinese like olace it is a mixture of portuguese architecture and chinese architecture. Place is very nice.....  more »
  • My wife and I were so pleased we decided to include a two night stay in Macau as part of our 18 day Asian adventure to celebrate our 40 anniversary in December 2019 and January 2020. Macau is a...  more »
  • It is a lively square in the heart of Macao and the meeting point of many locals and tourists. It’s easily accessible by bus and surrounding have many tourists attractions. Plane your trip to walk around and enjoy the small shops, craft drinks and snacks, merchants of all kinds. Great spot to pass by and take pictures of traditional architectures. Beautiful spot to pass by and take a picture. If the crowd allows square with a seat to feel the heart beat of Macao.
  • Quite beautiful, but also busy. A good number of shops you can shop at, some local shops and some chains. There are a number of transport options, but the buses are very often full and everyone pushes on the bus, so maybe walk a bit to a less busy bus stop.
  • A must-see in Macau, though quite touristy. Lots of small shops, craft drinks and snacks, merchants of all kinds and the best of the historical center. Worth the trip!
  • It's a beautiful square and area, my advice is to plan your trip to walk through it to st. Paul's in only one direction. You can exit the Cathedral out the back through the museum and then walk to a less crowded area.
  • Good place to stroll. A lot of store to do some shopping. And a lot of street food to try when you’re a traveler. I brought my mom here as a gift from Manila and she enjoyed walking around in Macau, including in this place.

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