Baguio goes by many names. It is the popular “summer capital of the Philippines” and also the “City of Pines”. When Manila heat gets really scorching, locals and tourists flock to Baguio because of its all year round cool climate and wonderful scenery. By bus, it will take you a minimum of 6 hours to get there. The city itself is very small but there are a lot of tourist attractions that are conveniently tucked away in the nearby hills and mountains. Without a vehicle, there may be some difficulty accessing these sights.
In order to enjoy your trip to Baguio, you must hire a car or van rental to take you to these places. By booking a tour with Limoscanner, you will be picked up from your location in Manila and you will be taken directly to your preferred destinations in Baguio. You will enjoy your trip in style and in comfort. If you don’t know where to start your sightseeing in Baguio, no need to worry because there is a pre-set itinerary that comes along with tour package that will take you to the most visited attractions in the town. You also have the option of combining your own preferred tourist attractions along with the tour schedule so that you can have more fun in your trip. This tour is ideal if you are planning a vacation with your family or a team building activity with your officemates.
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This is largest and most popular tourist park right in the heart of the city. You can go shopping in the little stores for souvenirs that border the park and the man made lagoon where you can go boat riding.
Baguio City Market
One of the cleanest markets you will see where you can buy giant strawberries, a variety of their local delicacies like fruit jams indigenous in their region and the freshest, handpicked, mountain grown vegetables. They also sell exclusive handicrafts like genuine silver jewelry and artworks, wooden little statues of Igorots and others.
Session Road is the main road of Baguio City, which is interesting to walk thru because it slopes downhill from the top of the city. It is lined in both sides with several restaurants and shops that make it very interesting to traverse from end to end.
This beautiful cathedral stands majestic on top of a hill. It gives you a beautiful view of Session Road and the city.
Baguio has several and diverse dining options from small intimate cafes to full scale restaurants that offer international cuisine. They are found all over Session road and some are tucked away in the fringes of the city.
The Botanical Garden is 1 kilometer away from Session Road. It was once a zoo but currently it is a showcase of exotic blooms.
Wright Park Riding Circle
This is where you can ride a horse for a fee. You have the option of riding the horse around the circle in the park or explore the hills of Benguet for 1 hour.
The Mansion used to be the vacation home of the former President Ferdinand Marcos. The property was sequestered by the government and was converted into a tourist attraction.
Mines View Park
Mines View Park is located on the northeastern fringes of Baguio. It overlooks the former Itogon Mining Park. It guarantees you a spectacular view of the mines and the mountains.
The Good Shepherd Convent is a monastery where you can visit to renew your spirits. They also have a little shop where they sell delicious goodies and delicacies handmade by the nuns.