Aiuta Wikitravel a crescere grazie al tuo contributo: scrivi un articolo! Ecco come.

Goa: differenze tra le versioni

Da Wikitravel.
m (Goa (regione) spostato a Goa: Si uniforma maggiormente alle edizioni in altre lingue)
Riga 1: Riga 1:
 
{{UNESCO}}
 
{{UNESCO}}
 +
'''Goa''' è un'ex colonia portoghese che oggi costituisce uno stato dell'[[Ovest (India)|Ovest]] dell'[[India]]. Ha un'estensione di 3700 km2 e 1.4 milioni di abitanti. Il suo fascino particolare è dovuto alla fusione della cultura lusitana con quella indiana e ai suoi splendidi litorali. Ogni anno Goa riceve due milioni di visitatori. La maggior parte di questi proviene da altri stati dell'[[Unione Indiana]] e solo 1/4 dall'estero. Questi ultimi giocano però un ruolo decisivo nell'economia dello stato a causa del loro maggiore potere di acquisto. Goa piace molto ai giovani sia indiani che stranieri che vi hanno importato il loro stile particolare di vita; i rave parties sulle spiagge costituiscono un fenomeno diffuso. Dal 1510 fino al 1961 Goa fu colonia dei portoghesi che vi hanno lasciato numerosi testimonianze artistiche.
 +
 +
[[Image:Palolem-beach-goa-india.jpg|thumb|350px|'''Palolem beach''', Goa ]]
 +
==Talukas==
 +
Goa è uno stato molto piccolo con due soli distretti amministrativi: Goa Nord e Goa sud, divisi a loro volta in 11 talukas.
 +
===Goa nord===
 +
* [[Bardez]]
 +
* [[Bicholim]]
 +
* [[Pernem]]
 +
* [[Ponda]]
 +
* [[Satari]]
 +
* [[Tiswadi]]
 +
 +
===Goa sud===
 +
* [[Canacona]]
 +
* [[Mormugao]]
 +
* [[Quepem]]
 +
* [[Salcette]]
 +
* [[Sanguem]]
 +
 +
==Città==
 +
*[[Panaji]] (Panjim) - La capitale dello stato
 +
*[[Margao]] (Madgaon)
 +
*[[Vasco Da Gama]]
 +
*[[Old Goa]]
 +
*[[Mapusa]]
 +
 +
== Altre destinazioni ==
 +
 +
*[[Beaches in Goa]]
 +
**[[Anjuna]]
 +
**[[Calangute]]
 +
**[[Baga]]
 +
**[[Colva]]
 +
**[[Palolem]]
 +
**[[Candolim]]
 +
**[[Vagator]]
 +
**[[Miramar]]
 +
**[[Arambol]]
 +
*[[Bondla Santuario della natura]]
 +
*[[Fort Aguada]]
 +
*[[Dona Paula]]
 +
 +
==Da sapere==
 +
<!---
 +
The Goan population is a mixture of Hindus and Roman Catholics, the distribution being approximately 60% Hindu and 40% Christian. Despite this, there have been no communal clashes in the past and Goa is regarded as one of the most peaceful states in India
 +
 +
The best time of the year to visit Goa is mid-November to mid-February.
 +
--->
 +
==Lingue parlate==
 +
<!---
 +
Goa's state language is [[Konkani phrasebook|Konkani]]. Most Goans speak Konkani, English, [[Hindi phrasebook | Hindi]] and [[Marathi phrasebook | Marathi]].  [[Portuguese phrasebook|Portuguese]] is also spoken by some, especially senior citizens.
 +
--->
 +
==Come arrivare==
 +
 +
===In autobus===
 +
<!---
 +
There are several bus routes from various cities, but most traffic is from the Maharashtra region, mainly Bombay and Pune, but with increasing demand from the south, there has been an increase in buses from Bangalore and Mangalore.
 +
--->
 +
===In treno===
 +
<!---
 +
Trains connect Goa from [[Delhi]], [[Mumbai]], [[Ahmedabad]], [[Rajkot]], [[Mangalore]], [[Ernakulam]] and [[Thiruvanantapuram]] (via [[Bangalore]]). There is a daily express train service from [[Delhi]].
 +
--->
 +
===In aereo===
 +
<!---
 +
Some airlines fly directly to Dabolim Airport at Goa, but most international flights arrive via [[Mumbai]].
 +
 +
Goa has daily flights to and from [[Bangalore]], [[Delhi]], [[Mumbai]]  and [[Pune]] (no flights return to Pune) and has flights twice a week to [[Chennai]] and [[Cochin]]. There are international flights to [[Kuwait]] and [[Sharjah]] twice a week and charter flights to [[London]] and [[Germany]].
 +
 +
--->
 +
===In nave===
 +
Esiste un servizio di aliscafi veloci tra [[Mumbai]] e [[Goa]]
 +
 +
Un aliscafo con una capacità di 400 passeggeri collega [[Mumbai]] a Goa. Parte dal New Ferry Wharf / Bhaucha Dhakka in [[Mumbai]].
 +
Mumbai- Goa Orari:
 +
Tuesday & Thursday
 +
Partenza da Mumbai ore: 22:30 Arrivo a Panaji alle ore 06:00
 +
 +
Goa- Mumbai:
 +
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
 +
Dep. Panaji 1000 Hours Arr. Mumbai 1730 Hours
 +
(Passengers are requested to board the ship 2 hours before departure.)
 +
Costo (solo andata)
 +
Classe economica Rs. 1400/- Business Rs. 1600 Adult
 +
Special cabin for 5 people Rs.9000/-
 +
 +
Foreign tourists can pay in rupees on presentation of their currency exchange certificate.
 +
 +
==Come spostarsi==
 +
===Scooter===
 +
<!---Renting a scooter or motorbike can be a nice experience. However, take care, since Goa's roads can be dangerous to both experienced and inexperienced drivers.
 +
Renting a scooter is way too easy, it will cost you anything between Rs 125 to 250 depending on the season and you may have to leave small amount as a security deposit. Also for a little more you can hire a more preferred "Enfield", which is a favorite for travellers who often buy the bike if they plan to stay for longer periods of time. Also for the novice rider, you can hire a  scooterette .
 +
--->
 +
===Autobus===
 +
<!---
 +
You can also use the local buses to travel to different beachs in Goa. Note that these buses are not owned  by Goa municipal authorities and as such the fare can vary. A typical bus ride will cost anywhere from ''4-6 rupees''. Fares are not collected at the bus doors but rather after you after you entered and the bus has begun to move. It is prudent to ask your fellow passengers about the fare, since as a foreign tourist, the fare collectors will attempt to rip you off by demanding you pay 3-5 times to actual bus fare.
 +
--->
 +
==Da vedere==
 +
<!---
 +
 +
Goa is world famous for its beaches, its ancient temples and churches, and its Goan carnival
 +
 +
 +
If naval aviation interests you, you might want to stop by the Naval Air Museum. This is behind the Dabolim Airport, and you will need to loop around the airport perimeter across the Dabolim Railway station to get there. There are seven outdoor exhibits and other memorabilia and models in a two storeyed building.
 +
--->
 +
==Attività ricreative==
 +
<!---
 +
Since Goa is still largely Catholic it has many Catholic holidays besides the Indian national holidays. One of these is the carnival.
 +
------>
 +
==Mangiare==
 +
===Cibi===
 +
<!---
 +
The Goan staple diet consists of rice and fish curry along with pickles and fried fish. This can be found on many of the beach shacks. The Goan cuisine is a blend of Portuguese and local flavours. Many dishes such as prawn balchao and Kingfish in Garlic have distinct Portuguese flavour.
 +
 +
Dishes such as Vindaloo and Xacuti (pronounced Cha'cuti) will be familiar from Indian restaurant menus, and are originally Goan dishes.
 +
-->
 +
===Dove mangiare ===
 +
*O`Coqueiro
 +
*Mirabai Goan Village, off Baga Road, Calangute- The best! Authentic Goan food, excellent sea food, charming knowledgable owner
 +
*Souza Lobo
 +
*Hotel Mandovi
 +
*Casa Andre's, Calangute
 +
*Martin's Corner, Colva
 +
*Casa Porteugese, Baga
 +
*J & A's, Arpora
 +
*Waves, Calangute
 +
*Tibetan Kitchen, Calangute
 +
*La Resturaunt- Baga Road - French cuisine at its best
 +
*Stone House, Candolim - garden bar and rest - great cooking lovely atmosphere
 +
*Caji's Place, Colva- known for its fresh and spectaculuar Prawn Curry.
 +
 +
Most beaches have shacks that serve surprisingly delicious meals, specially sea-food and they'll usually consult you to see how you like your food. Don't miss the shack eating experience. You'll want to go back and do it again. Most fancy hotels and restaurants serve terrible foods, it is best to eat at local places, ask a taxi driver where these would be and dont let him take you to any fancy restaurants as they receive commission. For a taste of the local flavour with clean facilities but low prices go to Caji's Place, Colva.
 +
 +
==Bere==
 +
*Zanzibar - beach shack on Baga. very close to Tito's. opens early till midnight
 +
*The Alcove - overlooking Ozran Vagator Beach - Also good place to eat (Open Till Midnight)
 +
*TITO'S - Baga Beach - the most popular club in goa (Open Till 10.00 pm)
 +
*SHORES BAR - Anjuna Beach - (Open Till 11.00 pm)
 +
*Club Cabana (Arpora) stays open till 6 am(!) and every evening has a different beat.
 +
 +
==Goa/Psy Trance==
 +
*9-Bar
 +
*Prim Rose - This is a small bar and restaurant in Little Vagator. Once the road to Vagator is taken (the first right from Anjuna) you are on the way to this psychedelic haven (ask the locals to take the crucial left from the main road). The place consists of a closed wall wherein the two story restaurant is located. To the other side of the road a few snooker tables are placed within a closed area. The roof of the ground floor is adorned with wierd psychedelic grafiti in pretty abstract colours. The upper story houses a huge plasma TV and some more snooker tables. Life starts here after 10 in the evening when a huge section of Goa's foreign trippers and junkies get here to have a good time. Good food and wine is served (albeit a bit costly according to Indian standards, but cosidering the absolutely great music they play and the ambience, it's worth it).
 +
*Hilltop
 +
*Bamboo Forrest
 +
*Paradiso
 +
*DiscoValley
 +
*There are many outdoor raves/doofs/parties during the peak season ie December - March
 +
 +
==Alloggi==
 +
<!---
 +
A lot of great places to stay at but more often then not, you will find that all your searches result in websites that do your travel/accommodation bookings. While this is good, it can leave a holiday maker frustrated. In this section, we will add direct contacts of hotels, resorts etc., so that one can choose to use travel agents and/or call/email directly.
 +
Besides alcohol, which is very cheap in Goa, Goa is one of the more expencive states in Goa.Though for a foreign tourist it is still very cheap.In season which is from November to late March the prices are very high.Espicially in December, 5 star hotel rates rates range from around Rs.20,000 - Rs.35,000 per night some rates go even higher. All touristic places charge more in the season.
 +
 +
------>
 +
===Economici===
 +
===Prezzi medi===
 +
<!---
 +
Many Ancestral Homes are being renovated to include full-facility Guest accommodation, with/without authentic Goan meals, located in scenic, quiet and relaxed villages, all within easy reach of Cities and Beaches:
 +
-------->
 +
*'''Goa sud'''
 +
*Garca Branca http://www.garcabranca.com/
 +
 +
200-250 rs daily for renting a scooter (plus fuel),
 +
food at shaks is 125 rs to 150 rs per head
 +
 +
===Prezzi elevati===
 +
<!---
 +
There are plenty world class hotels in Goa. So, depending on the location that you want, take your pick .
 +
 +
*'''North Goa'''
 +
*Taj Fort Aguada
 +
*Taj Hermitage
 +
*Taj Holiday Village
 +
*Phoenix Park Inn
 +
 +
*'''Central Goa'''
 +
*Marriott
 +
*Majestic
 +
*Cidade de Goa
 +
*Vainguinim Valley Resort
 +
 +
*'''South Goa'''
 +
*Taj Exotica
 +
*The Leela
 +
*Park Hyatt
 +
*Majorda Beach Resort
 +
*Holiday Inn
 +
*Goa Renaissance
 +
*Club Mahindra
 +
*Radisson White Sands
 +
*Kenilworth Beach Resort
 +
*Intercontinental, the Grand
 +
---->
 +
==Sicurezza personale==
 +
 +
==Uscire==
 +
 +
 +
 +
{{outline}}
 +
[[en:Goa]]
 +
[[fr:Goa]]
 +
[[Categoria:Ovest_%28India%29]]
 +
[[Categoria:da tradurre]]
 +
[[WikiPedia:Goa]]
 +
[[Dmoz:Asia/India/Goa]]
 +
 +
{{IsIn|Ovest_%28India%29}}

Versione delle 18:00, 20 set 2006

Goa è un'ex colonia portoghese che oggi costituisce uno stato dell'Ovest dell'India. Ha un'estensione di 3700 km2 e 1.4 milioni di abitanti. Il suo fascino particolare è dovuto alla fusione della cultura lusitana con quella indiana e ai suoi splendidi litorali. Ogni anno Goa riceve due milioni di visitatori. La maggior parte di questi proviene da altri stati dell'Unione Indiana e solo 1/4 dall'estero. Questi ultimi giocano però un ruolo decisivo nell'economia dello stato a causa del loro maggiore potere di acquisto. Goa piace molto ai giovani sia indiani che stranieri che vi hanno importato il loro stile particolare di vita; i rave parties sulle spiagge costituiscono un fenomeno diffuso. Dal 1510 fino al 1961 Goa fu colonia dei portoghesi che vi hanno lasciato numerosi testimonianze artistiche.

Indice

Talukas

Goa è uno stato molto piccolo con due soli distretti amministrativi: Goa Nord e Goa sud, divisi a loro volta in 11 talukas.

Goa nord

Goa sud

Città

Altre destinazioni

Da sapere

Lingue parlate

Come arrivare

In autobus

In treno

In aereo

In nave

Esiste un servizio di aliscafi veloci tra Mumbai e Goa

Un aliscafo con una capacità di 400 passeggeri collega Mumbai a Goa. Parte dal New Ferry Wharf / Bhaucha Dhakka in Mumbai. Mumbai- Goa Orari: Tuesday & Thursday Partenza da Mumbai ore: 22:30 Arrivo a Panaji alle ore 06:00

Goa- Mumbai: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday Dep. Panaji 1000 Hours Arr. Mumbai 1730 Hours (Passengers are requested to board the ship 2 hours before departure.) Costo (solo andata) Classe economica Rs. 1400/- Business Rs. 1600 Adult Special cabin for 5 people Rs.9000/-

Foreign tourists can pay in rupees on presentation of their currency exchange certificate.

Come spostarsi

Scooter

Autobus

Da vedere

Attività ricreative

Mangiare

Cibi

Dove mangiare

  • O`Coqueiro
  • Mirabai Goan Village, off Baga Road, Calangute- The best! Authentic Goan food, excellent sea food, charming knowledgable owner
  • Souza Lobo
  • Hotel Mandovi
  • Casa Andre's, Calangute
  • Martin's Corner, Colva
  • Casa Porteugese, Baga
  • J & A's, Arpora
  • Waves, Calangute
  • Tibetan Kitchen, Calangute
  • La Resturaunt- Baga Road - French cuisine at its best
  • Stone House, Candolim - garden bar and rest - great cooking lovely atmosphere
  • Caji's Place, Colva- known for its fresh and spectaculuar Prawn Curry.

Most beaches have shacks that serve surprisingly delicious meals, specially sea-food and they'll usually consult you to see how you like your food. Don't miss the shack eating experience. You'll want to go back and do it again. Most fancy hotels and restaurants serve terrible foods, it is best to eat at local places, ask a taxi driver where these would be and dont let him take you to any fancy restaurants as they receive commission. For a taste of the local flavour with clean facilities but low prices go to Caji's Place, Colva.

Bere

  • Zanzibar - beach shack on Baga. very close to Tito's. opens early till midnight
  • The Alcove - overlooking Ozran Vagator Beach - Also good place to eat (Open Till Midnight)
  • TITO'S - Baga Beach - the most popular club in goa (Open Till 10.00 pm)
  • SHORES BAR - Anjuna Beach - (Open Till 11.00 pm)
  • Club Cabana (Arpora) stays open till 6 am(!) and every evening has a different beat.

Goa/Psy Trance

  • 9-Bar
  • Prim Rose - This is a small bar and restaurant in Little Vagator. Once the road to Vagator is taken (the first right from Anjuna) you are on the way to this psychedelic haven (ask the locals to take the crucial left from the main road). The place consists of a closed wall wherein the two story restaurant is located. To the other side of the road a few snooker tables are placed within a closed area. The roof of the ground floor is adorned with wierd psychedelic grafiti in pretty abstract colours. The upper story houses a huge plasma TV and some more snooker tables. Life starts here after 10 in the evening when a huge section of Goa's foreign trippers and junkies get here to have a good time. Good food and wine is served (albeit a bit costly according to Indian standards, but cosidering the absolutely great music they play and the ambience, it's worth it).
  • Hilltop
  • Bamboo Forrest
  • Paradiso
  • DiscoValley
  • There are many outdoor raves/doofs/parties during the peak season ie December - March

Alloggi

Economici

Prezzi medi

200-250 rs daily for renting a scooter (plus fuel), food at shaks is 125 rs to 150 rs per head

Prezzi elevati

Sicurezza personale

Uscire

Questo articolo è un outline ed ha bisogno di maggiori contenuti. Ha un template, ma non è abbastanza. Per favore, buttati e aiutalo!


Varianti

Azioni

Docenti dell'articolo

In altre lingue

Altri siti