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Outlook Ridge 2 bedrooms/2 CR, sleeps 6 - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Outlook Ridge 2 bedrooms/2 CR, sleeps 6

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

8,499

per night

Cozy 1BedRM Apartment - Aspen Residences - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Cozy 1BedRM Apartment - Aspen Residences

Entire Home Baguio City, Philippines

PHP

2,500

per night

3 Bedroom family type unit - Baguio Vacation Rentals

3 Bedroom family type unit

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

7,000

per night

Furnished Bedroom with 2 beds Baguio - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Furnished Bedroom with 2 beds Baguio

Entire Home Baguio City, Luzon, Philippines

PHP

1,000

per night

2 Bedroom Vacation House in Baguio - Baguio Vacation Rentals

2 Bedroom Vacation House in Baguio

Entire Home Baguio City, A, Philippines

PHP

8,000

per night

Small House with WiFi in Baguio City - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Small House with WiFi in Baguio City

Private Room Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

2 reviews (2)

PHP

500

per night

BAGUIO TRANSIENT HILLSIDE 2ND FLOOR - Baguio Vacation Rentals

BAGUIO TRANSIENT HILLSIDE 2ND FLOOR

Private Room Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

1 review (1)

PHP

8,000

per night

Jo's Transient Guesthouse in Baguio City - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Jo's Transient Guesthouse in Baguio City

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

1 review (1)

PHP

4,000

per night

2Br Condo Unit C15 for rent Baguio City - Baguio Vacation Rentals

2Br Condo Unit C15 for rent Baguio City

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

6,500

per night

Clean and Comfy STUDIO UNIT - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Clean and Comfy STUDIO UNIT

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

2,000

per night

2Br Condo Unit C27 for rent Baguio City - Baguio Vacation Rentals

2Br Condo Unit C27 for rent Baguio City

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

6,500

per night

5 bedroom dormtype unit - Baguio Vacation Rentals

5 bedroom dormtype unit

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

12,000

per night

An Apartment Style Unit In Baguio City - Baguio Vacation Rentals

An Apartment Style Unit In Baguio City

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

3,500

per night

A Cozy Apartment Style Unit In Baguio - Baguio Vacation Rentals

A Cozy Apartment Style Unit In Baguio

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

2,500

per night

Ethnic apartment in Baguio - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Ethnic apartment in Baguio

Entire Home Baguio, Philippines

PHP

4,000

per night

Unit A2. Forest Estate,CampJohn Hay,B. C - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Unit A2. Forest Estate,CampJohn Hay,B. C

Entire Home Baguio City, Philippines

PHP

15,000

per night

2br house s/detached, 4rent BaguioCity - Baguio Vacation Rentals

2br house s/detached, 4rent BaguioCity

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

6,000

per night

Mines View Homestay By Merry Holiday - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Mines View Homestay By Merry Holiday

Entire Home Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

4,500

per night

COZY ELATAP BEST BAGUIO VIEW Sleeps 12 - Baguio Vacation Rentals

COZY ELATAP BEST BAGUIO VIEW Sleeps 12

Entire Home Baguio, Philippines

PHP

1,999

per night

Baguio Transient Condo Unit 2B-52 - Baguio Vacation Rentals

Baguio Transient Condo Unit 2B-52

Private Room Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

PHP

1,800

per night

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Baguio

Baguio

UNWIND IN THE SUMMER CAPITAL OF THE PHILIPPINES, BAGUIO
If dreamy hills, a festival of flowers or a mix of Spanish and Filipino culture are the things you seek, then Baguio is the place to go to. Nestled amidst the mountain ranges of northern Luzon at an elevation of 1.5km above sea level, this quaint little hill station rightfully earns the name of summer capital thanks to its perfect setting, making it a hot destination during the holidays. Want to visit? Here are some tips for your trip!

HISTORY OF BAGUIO
Baguio is a hill station town located in the Cordillera administrative region in the Philippines. Historically the land always belonged to Filipinos until the Spanish arrived to Baguio in 1572 in an expedition led by Juan Salcedo. But the Spanish could not colonize Baguio and the natives until 1846, when Commandante de Galvey established a military garrison in the city, now known as La Trinidad. La Trinidad also housed the presidential house for a while until it was moved to its present location.
In a twist of fate, Baguio ceded the entire Philippines to the United States of America for the sum of $20,000/-. The Americans gave Baguio the moniker “Summer capital”. This led to the American occupation of Baguio in the early 1900’s and carry out mining operations,which is how it also came to be called the City of Mines. After multiple occupations by the Americans and then Japanese, Baguio finally gained independence along with the rest of the Philippines in 1946.
Baguio is today a thriving city with rapid urbanization, yet retains its old-school charm and many cultural influences.

GETTING TO BAGUIO
Baguio has both air and road connectivity, although the former is rather limited in terms of reach. There are almost no direct flights from major airline companies and the nearest airport to Baguio is Manila. We recommend you take a flight to Manila first and then either travel to Baguio by road or take a chartered flight.
Road connectivity is good in Baguio. Baguio is around 240km from Manila. Depending on which expressway you take, the distance can be reduced a little. Baguio is 246km from Manila via the North Luzon Expressway. Bus services regularly ply from Metro Manila but the journey takes longer thanks to multiple stops along the way.

GETTING AROUND
Baguio is traveler friendly and so there are multiple options to get around in the city.
By jeepney - The Jeepney is the most popular form of getting around in the entire Philippines. A jeepney is an extended jeep used primarily for travel. Most of them are made from World War 2 jeeps left unused by the U.S govt. Jeepneys cost around $2 USD per person.
By cab - If the idea of sharing a jeepney dissuades you, renting a cab to get around is the next best option. The cabs charge via the meter and standard fare is usually 35 Php (philippines pesos). There are also hourly and daily options, with the rate being around 250 Php per hour.
Renting a car - Renting a car is not expensive in Baguio since it is a small city and all tourist attractions are located relatively near each other. Local car rentals are available around the city and you can also hire a driver by the hour or by the day. However, parking may be an issue inside the city and so we recommend renting only for half day or day trips outside Baguio.

WHAT TO SEE
- Burnham Park, in the middle of the city. Designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham, the city’s designer.
- Baguio Cathedral, next to Session road(the city’s shopping district). Also known as Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral.
- Baguio Mansion, the official summer residence of the President of the Philippines.
- Mines View Park that lets tourists get close to Baguio’s gold and copper mines.
- Camp John Hay, also known as Little America in Baguio. It is a military R&R mountain resort just outside the city.
- The Baguio Botanical Gardens, where tourists can meet the famed Igorot tribals and admire their settlements.
- The Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary, an environmental and spiritual center nestled in the woods.
- Session road, the city’s shopping district for when you want souvenirs to take home.

WHERE TO STAY
In case Baguio is the only place you are visiting, staying in the city itself is your best option. In case you intend to visit other cities within the Philippines, we recommend you stay at Manila, which has better equipped transportation to get around.
Tourists visiting only Baguio can stay at the city center, since this is the best part of the city to get around to other tourist spots. Homestays, Apartments and Villas are readily available and cheaper than staying at a resort. Homestays are more common in the outskirts of the city near wooded areas for the sake of ambience.

WHAT TO EAT
Most Filipino food has Spanish influences, although there is a large variety of Filipino food as well. Most Filipino food is meat-based with rice on the side, like Adobo.
- Adobo, a meat dish made with garlic and vinegar, usually had with jasmine rice.
- Paella, an elaborate seafood and rice platter introduced by the Spanish. Spring rolls, also known as lumpia. Usually fried.
- Lechon, the speciality whole roasted pig! Try this with a large group of people. Also originally from Spain. Usually had on special occasions only.
- Tapa or cured/corned beef, usually had for breakfast.