The City of Baguio is a highly urbanized city in northern Luzon in the Philippines. Baguio City was designated by the Philippine Commission as the Summer Capital of the Philippines on June 1, 1903. The name Baguio conjures, for both the international and domestic traveler, a highland retreat in the Grand Cordillera in Northern Luzon, with pine trees, crisp cold breezes and low verdant knolls and hillocks. Through the numerous decades Baguio has morphed from what was once a grassy marshland into one of the cleanest and greenest, most highly urbanized cities in the country. It has made its mark as a premiere tourist destination in the Northern part of the Philippines with its cool climate, foggy hills, panoramic views and lovely flowers.
• 12 hours
Baguio is known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, City of Pines, City of Mines, City of Flowers, Garden City of the Philippines, Ukay-Ukay Capital of the Philippines. • A trip to baguio would not be complete without taking home a souvenir photograph of lions head • Explore wright park, one of the scenic Parks in Baguio • Taste the sweetness of Baguio’s famous strawberry at La Trinidad • Visit the best pre-loved park in Baguio, Burnham Park. • Visit the summer residence of the Philippine President, the Mansion.
• 16 hours