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smiles1899 wrote a review Jan 2020
United States78 contributions71 helpful votes
Taal has a lot of interesting old buildings. The city restricts renovations in an effort to protect it's historical flair. I loved the lights during the holidays.
Date of experience: January 2020
1 Helpful vote
Edilbert E wrote a review Dec 2019
Luzon, Philippines13 contributions13 helpful votes
Very nice place to visit, not as mainstream as Vigan but offers more. Good place for history geeks and foodies. It’s like a larger Intramuros less the walls.
Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Yeng M wrote a review Oct 2019
Metro Manila, Philippines96 contributions19 helpful votes
Nothing much to see. Went on a sunday expecting shops and resto to check out came empty. Although you can see some old houses along the road but nothing extra ordinary or too fancy.
Date of experience: October 2019
Mrsjmalquisto wrote a review Sep 2019
30 contributions10 helpful votes
My first question would be, why the heck I just found out about this place. I don't have to travel to Vigan plus a lot of the ancestral houses offer free tours. A music see if you want to take a glimpse of our glamorous and grand past. Me and my hubbh were just in awe. Seeing the bedrooms, hearing the stories.. Don't miss Villa Vicencio Wedding gift house and have a buffet lunch at Paradores del Castillo.. We're definitely coming back.…
Date of experience: November 2018
Hungry-sailor86 wrote a review Sep 2019
San Fernando La Union, Philippines302 contributions69 helpful votes
in my opinion the heritage village here is better maintained, more authentic, less money driven and all around nicer and more large than over rated vigan a walk alone can take hours and there are many better museums and so on than vigan as well as more history and less tackiness
Date of experience: September 2019