Goa isn't a hop-on-hop-off-bus-tour kind of place. The local landmarks are best seen as you walk around the neighborhoods and beaches. In Panaji—the capital city, more often known in English as Panjim—join the worshipers, tourists, and Bollywood crews at the Our Lady Immaculate Conception church, a baroque structure completed in the 1500s. Fontainhas, the city's Latin Quarter, has a number of heritage villas, artsy cafés, and galleries; for a more historic feel, visit Old Goa, just east of Panaji. The erstwhile Portuguese state capital is now a World Heritage site, and is best known for the 15th-century Basilica of Bom Jesus.