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Baguio City Established baguio hotels as the Summer Capital of the Philippines in 1903, Baguio City is the foremost tourist destination in the Philippines. Mention Baguio City and the first baguio hotels few thoughts that comes to mind are pine trees, cool temperature, fresh vegetables, cultural and historical variety. Baguio City is blessed with a cool climate. It averages 20C or 68F which is around eight degrees lower than those of the baguio hotels lowlands including Manila. This alone, is enough reason to drive people from nearby and far away cities and provinces to go up to Baguio. Located 5000 feet above sea level and sitting on a plateau, Baguio City is five to six hours away from Manila via Kennon Road and by an additional one hour via Marcos Highway. People from baguio hotels the north reaches Baguio via Naguilian Rd. Baguio City Tourist Attractions Baguio City is home to many tourist spots and is a getaway of those living not only in Metro Manila, nearby lowlands but the entire baguio hotels Philippine populace. Burnham Park, Baguio Cathedral, Session Road, Camp John Hay, Mines View Park, The Mansion House, Baguio Botanical Garden, The Orchidarium, Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary, Tam-Awan Village, Itogon Wood Carver's Village, baguio hotels Asin Hot Springs, Wright Park, Lourdes Grotto, Teacher's Camp, Bell Church, Lion's Head, Baguio Public Market. Click here for brief description of Baguio City places of interest. Baguio Hotels, Accommodations ang Transient Houses. Baguio hotels have been dominated baguio hotels mainly by the same names for the past many years. It is only recently that a few new hotels, inns, transient houses and other accommodation services started to show up. INNSISON Apartelles is a proud addition to this list. Many baguio hotels people Baguio City who come to Baguio especially big groups usually look for a transient house instead of a Baguio hotel or an inn. There is the usual notion that a Baguio transient house baguio hotels is cheap and "everything is there" meaning all that are needed are available. There are many houses rented out as transient house in Baguio. These are usually rented out to take advantage of the influx of tourists coming to the city especially during summer. In many cases, such houses are not intended as vacation houses and therefore, these houses may not be well-maintained and unprepared for tourists or vacationers. Baguio City is blessed with a cool climate. It averages 20C or 68F which is around eight degrees lower than those of baguio hotels the lowlands including Manila. This alone, is enough reason to drive people from nearby and far away cities and provinces to go up to Baguio. Located 5000 feet above Baguio City is blessed with a cool climate. It averages 20C or 68F which is around eight degrees lower than those of the Baguio City lowlands including Manila. This alone, is enough reason to drive people from nearby and far away cities and provinces to go up to Baguio. Located 5000 feet above sea level Baguio City sitting on a plateau, Baguio City is five to six hours away from Manila via Kennon Road and by an additional one hour via Marcos Highway. People from the north reaches Baguio via Naguilian Rd. sea level and sitting on a plateau, Baguio City is five to six hours away from Manila via Kennon Road and by an additional one hour via Marcos Highway. People from Baguio City the north reaches Baguio via Naguilian Rd.

Baguio City Tourist Spots

 

Baguio City is home to many tourist spots.  It is a weekend getaway of those living in Metro Manila, nearby provinces and even those as far as Visayas and Mindanao.

Burnham Park 
Burnham Park is Baguio City's premier park. While Manila has Luneta or Rizal Park, Baguio City has Burnham Park. Named in honor of its planner and architect, Daniel Burnham, Burnham park is the most popular park in Baguio City.   read more...
 
Burnham Park
Baguio Cathedral 
A majestic church built on top of a hill, and seen from many parts of the city.
Session Road 
The main avenue of the city and is its commercial center. Along the main street and sidestreets are numerous shops, restaurants, billiard halls, and duckpin bowling alleys.
Camp John Hay 
Once a military recreational camp of the Americans during World War II, it has become a popular destination for people who wish to see the pine forests in the city. It also boasts of a sprawling country club with a full 18-hole golf course as well as many trendy restaurants and a nice hotel.
Mines View Park 
Mines View Park is one of the most visited tourist spots in Baguio City.  The park has a viewdeck where one can have an unobstructed view of Balatok, Antamok and Atok mines and a spectacular view of the Cordillera mountain range.
The Mansion 
The Mansion house id the official summer residence of the President of the Philippines. The main gate is an exact replica of the one found in Buckingham Palace in London.
Baguio Botanical Garden 
Also known as the Igorot Village, it contains many Igorot houses amidst various flora and fauna that grow in the cool climate of the city. Tourists can usually take pictures with the Igorot tribesmen dressed in their traditional costume.
The Orchidarium 
A showcase for the various breeds of flowers and plants that are grown in the region around Baguio.
Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary 
A haven for free minds and bodies. The Eco-tour refreshes the eyes with nature's feast of flowers. The gallery inspires one's creativity.
Tam-Awan Village 
A reconstructed native village which also has an art gallery and attracts many indigenous artists.
Itogon Wood Carver's Village 
Three kilometers of independent indigenous wood carvers. The works of these carvers range from very small figurines to huge statues.
Asin Hot Springs 
Actually located in Benguet but considered a city resource, it contains a natural hotspring. The city and other private concerns have built swimming pools for tourists. The area is very under-developed but is still a place that tourists should visit.
Wright Park 
Named after the architect who designed the city, it features a shallow elongated rectangular body of water known as the "Pool of Pines". At one end, there is a circle where visitors can go horseback-riding.

Some other frequently-visited spots in the city include the Lourdes Grotto, Teacher's Camp, the Bell Church, Lion's Head, and the public market, a favorite place for tourists looking for souvenirs.

 

 

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