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The International Centre Goa is ideal for everything from small meetings to larger conventions. The meeting rooms are air conditioned for comfort with four rooms that accommodate wheelchairs. For conventions in Goa, the centre has three conference halls and a restaurant. As a venue for outdoor gatherings such as receptions, the centre has two level grass lawns, a landscaped theatre, and is a delightfully beautiful property overall . Several Goa hotels are located near the centre for guests' convenience including the Casa Baga.
International, German, vegetarian, seafood, and Chinese cuisine are amonst the exciting options when you are dining in Goa as well as Indian cuisine. For fine dining, you will enjoy the chic A Reverie or the charming Ciao Bella Restaurant. Goa hotels including the Marriott Resort & Spa and the Hotel Supreme feature on site restaurants for their guests.
Weekly flea markets are legendary in Goa where you are expected to haggle with merchants. The city includes specialty shops, antique shops, and designer boutiques. Shopping in Goa also offers several jewelry stores such as Shamrock Jewellers, Ashoka Jewellers, and Instyle jewellers that have a variety of beautiful pieces. The Big G Mall and Acorn Arcade have fashion, housewares, and a range of other goods.
When staying in Goa, there are several beaches to enjoy including Keri beach, Arambol Beach, Cola Beach, and Varca Beach. Other major points of interest in Goa include the Bassilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, and St. Alex Church with their beautiful architecture. Fountains and Old Goa offer a historical look at the city.
The most popular sport in Goa is football. Fatorda Stadium is the main football stadium in Goa where teams play football as well as cricket. Dempo Sports Club, Vasco Sports Club, and Sporting Clube de Goa are among Goa's football powerhouses. Many of the football clubs are part of the I-League in India.