Baguio City has been labeled as the Summer Capital of the Philippines because locals flock to the highlands as the summer heat begins. Of course, tourists not only visit Baguio for its climate but for its attractions as well. The most common concern among tourists visiting any city would most likely be the means of transportation available. Baguio is a rather small city that totals to only 49 square kilometers. Major attractions are situated close to each other, which makes getting from one place to another not too difficult. Luckily, here are four ways to getting around Baguio.
- Take a cab – Taxis are plenty around Baguio. The current flag down rate is at 35 pesos for the first 500 meters with an additional 1.50 pesos per 100 meters thereafter. Most Baguio cabs are colored white with proper identification markings [Read more…]