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BAGUIO: Situated amidst the mountainous region of Cordillera, one of the few places blessed with a cool climate. Not surprisingly it has become the "Summer Capital" of the country. It is gifted with a variety of cultural, historical and scenic attractions which make it an important and interest destination. For the night owls, Baguio is alive with pulsating music and warm spirits.  There are number of bars and discos that swing until the  wee hours of the morning.. 
From Manila, visitors can take a 45 minute flight via Philippine Airlines landing in Baguio airport. Or you can take a six hour bus ride through Kennon Road, Marcos Highway or Naguilian Road.  From the airport or bus terminal, it's easy to flag down a taxi to get to your accommodations. Getting around the area,taxicabs, jeepneys and tricycles negotiate the city's winding road network with ease.  But if you really want to see and smell Baguio, just take a long leisurely walks around the town.
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-  Burnham Park
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Venus parkview Resort Hotel
19-A Lisad Road, Burnham Park. Baguio
Tel.No. 442-6452 or 442 5597
Burnham Park - Situated at the heart of the city, is the traditional venue of the city's Festivities. Check out the Rose Garden it's an absolute must.
Mines View Park - A good look out place for the breathtaking view of the hills and valleys of the Cordillera and the gold mine of Benguet. Shoppers Delight.
Club John Hay - Former R&R center of  US Armed Force Personnel features hotel accomm., food outlets and  a definitive sporty weekend for all sport lovers.
Baguio Cathedral - Rising above the city skyline with a pinkish hues. Other religiuous landmarks are "The Bell", "Maryhurst Seminary and the 252 steps "Lourdes Grotto
Banaue Rice Terraces - known as Eight wonder of the world, were carved from the mountain by one of the oldest tribes of the province - the Ifugao
Sagada Caves - known for its numerous subterranean caves of their ancestors. It is a must see for the archaelogy buffs. Also check out nearby Bokong Waterfalls.
Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City
The Prince
Naguilan Inn, Naguilan Road,, Baguio City
Rejis Cinema ( Not Gay)
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