Baguio City is a mountain resort town located in the northern part of the Philippines, around 240 kilometers north of Manila. It is situated in the Cordillera Central mountain range, with an elevation of over 1,500 meters above sea level. Because of its high altitude and abundant pine trees, Baguio City has a cooler climate compared to other cities in the Philippines, earning it the nickname “City of Pines”. It is known for its scenic views, fresh produce, and cultural heritage. The city also has a thriving tourism industry, with attractions such as parks, museums, and historical landmarks, as well as a vibrant food scene featuring both local and international cuisine.

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Day 1:

Travel to Baguio
Check-in at Hotel/Homestay
Visit Secret Garden Resto & Cafe Co.
Camp John Hay Tour
Dinner at Le Chef Baguio
Visit Baguio Craft Brewery

Day 2:

Breakfast at Arca’s Yard Baguio
Visit Burnham Park
Buy local products and delicacies at Central Market
Visit Baguio Cathedral
Visit Museo Kordilyera – UP Baguio Ethnographic Museum
Horseback Riding at Wright Park
Visit The Mansion
Dinner at Good Taste Restaurant
Rest at hotel/homestay
Visit Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Visit Diplomat Hotel
Pizza at Pizza Volante
Visit the Session Road
Night Market at Harrison Road

Day 3:

Breakfast at Café By the Ruins
Buy pasalubong at Good Shepherd
Visit Mine’s View Park
Lunch at Hill Station (Casa Vallejo)
Check-out of hotel/homestay
Travel back home.

FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS

Strawberry Taho
Choco-late De Batirol
Good Taste
Hill Station
Forest House Bistro & Cafe
Cafe by the Ruins
Oh My Gulay
Ketchup Community
O’ Mai Khan
Sizzling Plate
Arca’s Yard
Canto
The Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant

PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Strawberry Jam and Ube Jam from Good Shepherd Convent
  • Woven Items (bags, blankets etc.)
  • Peanut Brittle from Baguio Country Club
  • Local coffee beans and brew from Kaffeeklatsch
  • Handcrafted silver jewelry from the Tam-awan Village
  • Wood carvings and other handicrafts from the Baguio City Public Market
  • Mountain tea blends and herbal supplements from the Cordillera Green Network
  • Fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers from the Baguio City Public Market



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