Christmas is coming—we’re feeling nostalgic right now.
Know where to find the best and cheapest ukay-ukay in Baguio!
Ilocos and Baguio are still under Alert Level 1 until April 30.
Wondering what the Igorot Kingdom looks like?
Where else can you have a cool summer? Up north, of course!
Traveling solo? The City of Pines is a popular summer destination!
Spend summer in Baguio without going broke!
Where to stay in Baguio for cheap
Panagbenga Festival in Baguio resumes this March!
For Panagbenga Festival goers out there!
Quick getaways in the Summer Capital can be restorative!
Melt away your safety concerns!
Going to the summer capital soon? These Baguio hotels place you at the heart of all the happenings!
You can apply for a free RT-CPR test at least five days before your travel date.
Baguio City welcomes fully vaccinated tourists.
Dining for the ‘gram!
Baguio City already inoculated 50% of its eligible population.
Have a cultured Christmas in these art galleries and museums in Baguio!
Spend Christmas in Baguio and have a blast with these holiday activities!
This digital vaccine certificate system will be available to the general public at a later time.
From September 1 to 7, several towns and cities in Ilocos Norte will remain under localized ECQ.
Your go-to biking destination in Baguio!
Expect strict point-to-point border protocols on screening.
Baguio City drops rules for fully vaccinated individuals!
How to schedule a trip? Go to http://visita.baguio.gov.ph.
Quarantine announcement! Three Ilocos towns placed under MECQ until June 19
Here are the do’s and dont’s!
Transportation schemes in Baguio under the GQ are laid out.
Registration for the COVID-19 vaccine in Baguio is still ongoing!
Baguio imposes stricter safety protocols.
Ready to explore Baguio? Check out this guide!
Free up a weekend with your friends and family and visit these new tourist destinations in Baguio!
Reconnect with nature by visiting the Summer Capital’s many parks.
FYI, face shields are now required in Baguio.
Baguio now has a face shield ordinance.
Baguio City and Benguet are under GCQ for the entirety of February.
Baguio signs a deal with Astrazeneca to obtain 190,000 vaccines.
Here are the travel requirements of Baguio, Ilocos Norte, and Ilocos Sur!
Here’s a guide for tourists who plan to revisit Baguio!
Read on to see this week’s quarantine updates!
Baguio and Ilocos are preparing for Christmas!
In Baguio, residents over 65 years old are required to stay at home until November 27.
Baguio and other parts of Northern Luzon are now open for tourists!
RITZ Legarda Hotel Baguio will make sure that you’ll have a safe stay!
Great pasalubong from Baguio and discover more form the City of Pines
Baguio’s best strawberry shortcake is now available in Metro Manila!
With these awesome changes, shopping at Baguio Night Market will be a breeze!
Baguio mulls reopening tourism in September—depending on the country’s status.
Craving for chicken wings in Baguio? Head to this reopened resto!
This hotel in Baguio has reopened once again!
Here are the latest quarantine updates in Baguio City!
Baguio is still closed to tourists, while Ilocos Norte hotels have begun reopening.
What's more: in addition to ube jam, you can also order other goodies!
These hotels can make mandatory self-isolation in the Summer Capital a comfortable prospect!
Health buffs, take note: these places in Baguio are great exercise spots!
In case you missed it, Baguio and Ilocos are under modified GCQ until June 30.
Wondering about the status of Baguio’s famous tourist spots?
Benguet, including Baguio City, is still under enhanced community quarantine.
Ilocos Norte will remain on total lockdown during the ECQ.
Read on for a roundup of news in Benguet and in Northern Luzon.
Panagbenga Season is here, and this year's celebration is shaping up to be the best one in history!
Think you're brave enough to include these scary places into your Baguio itinerary?
At these Baguio shopping malls, all your favorite goods are surely within reach and within budget!
You’ll know why once you’ve tasted their native dishes.
Feel like you’ve tried everything that Baguio has? Don’t let these new restaurants in Baguio slip your radar!
Take to the road and go to these places for a sweet, quick getaway.
Make sure you have baggage allowance for these popular Pinoy pasalubong.
University of the Philippines Baguio holds 2nd Ilokano Book Fair