Hi guys! How are you? Since it’s BER months, do you have any plans to visit Baguio? Tara! Let’s travel and we will show you the tourist spots, inside and outside of Baguio City! It’s easy to visit Baguio City We took a Victory Liner Bus in Quezon City and traveled for almost 4 hours going to Baguio. Fare costs PHP 485 for a regular AC bus Also, it’s Euanne’s first time to visit Baguio that’s why she’s excited. Along the way, we enjoyed our moments together in every stopover. After 4 hours of travel we finally arrived in Baguio! There are many ways to explore the tourist spots here in Baguio. You can ride the jeep, Ride a taxi or go and walk! It’s tiring but it’s also an exercise, good for the heart. One of the famous Baguio Tourist Spot is the Baguio Cathedral. Did you know that they used this place as an evacuation center during World War II? This cathedral truly has historical importance. Let’s go out of Baguio and ride a jeep going to La Trinidad, The Capital of Benguet. Here you will find the famous Strawberry Farm. Here you can harvest strawberries or have a selfie! There’s also a flower farm which is Instagrammable. After enjoying in Strawberry Farm, we went to Valley of Colors. This place is also known as Colors of Stobosa. The name originated from the 3 hillside communities here. It was an ordinary community and now it’s a tourist spot If you want to see Valley of Colors on a higher view Climb up to Sitio Cogcoga and you will see these colorful houses in a different perspective. Another tourist spot outside of Baguio City is the BenCab Museum in Tuba, Benguet. Video recording is not allowed here so we’ll show our pictures instead. This museum houses important artworks about the culture and people of Cordillera. After exploring the museum, there’s an open garden and cafe at the ground floor of BenCab Be one with nature and relax, they said. Another Baguio Tourist Spot is the Mines View Park Here you will see the overlook view of the mining town of Itogon in Benguet. Families love to visit Burnham Park. You can have a picnic, just relax or do Zumba! There are many fun activities here. At night, let’s go to Harrison Road and let’s shop at… Baguio Night Market is open every night from 9PM to 4AM, and items here are affordable!