In Sri Lanka, Galle is UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Galle in Sri Lanka is a charming and peaceful place. Galle city located 119km from Colombo. In the 16th century (before the arrival of the Portuguese), Galle city was the main port in Sri Lanka. In the 18th century (during the Dutch colonial period), Galle city in Sri Lanka is achieved to the height of its development. Dutch was broadly fortified the Galle city in Sri Lanka during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. Galle fort in Sri Lanka is the most massive remaining fort in Asia. When you are walking on the narrow streets in the Galle fort in Sri Lanka, you will feel like Europe.
Some important monuments have to visit Galle fort in Sri Lanka:
The Dutch Reformed Church, The Old Dutch Government House, The Residence of the Commander, The National Maritime Museum which was once the Great Warehouse built in the 17th century by the Dutch to store spices and ship equipment, The Old Dutch Hospital, Meera Mosque, The Buddhist temple which was once the site of the Portuguese Roman Catholic church, The All Saints Anglican Church, The Clock Tower, the Galle Lighthouse mentioned above.
In Galle city, you have vast things to do to make your holiday fantastic.