Unlike many cities in the Philippines, Baguio was hardly touched by Spanish colonialism, and thus retains much of its original historical charm, allowing visitors an in-depth look into true Filipino history. The area is in the process of being named a Heritage Zone by the Filipino government.
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Panagbenga Festival is Baguio’s Flower Festival, taking place in February, as a tribute to the city’s vibrant flowers while incorporating and celebrating some of the city’s old traditions.
This area was once used as an R&R facility for American military personnel during the American occupation of the Philippines. It’s now turned into something of a country club, where visitors can go horseback riding, play golf on the 18-hole course or camp on its expansive grounds.
Mines View Park contains row upon row of souvenir stands selling an array of items, from jam, to locally-sourced souvenirs. The park also has a lookout that provides picturesque views.
Besides being known as the Summer capital of the Philippines, Baguio is also known as the strawberry capital of the country, with a plethora of strawberry farms growing big, red, juicy strawberries ready for the picking.
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