1-Walk in Intramuros to admire its Spanish colonial architecture 2-Experience the vibrant nightlife of the city, Quezon city, Malate and Makati are 3 hot spots 3-Get lost in the colorful heart of the city : Quiapo and Binondo 4-Try to taste all the Filipino specialties and don't skip the lechon in la Loma 5-Enjoy the mall culture, pinoy style and have a look on the modern part of the Metro. Mall of Asia, Megamall or Greenbelt are shopper friendly
When is the best time to visit? During the dry season from October to Mid-June. It is also possible to explore the city during rainy season but be prepared to get wet. How long does it take? For the whole day it takes around 6 to 7 hours. This is the minimum time you should spend to visit the main attractions. Now if you prefer a half-day we can also arrange it and we suggest scheduling it on the morning. For those who are in a rush we also have the express options, two or three hours only where you will have a glimpse of one of the districts of the capital of the Philippines. Do we have to walk? Yes definitely. Especially in Intramuros. It is a pleasant (and the best) way to discover this part of the town. If we take the package with transfer where is the pick up? At your place or hotel, anywhere in Metro Manila. Is it safe? Yes, like most cities in South East Asia, you will enjoy a better level of safety compared to North American or Europeans capitals. Is the itinerary fixed? It is fully customizable depending on what you want to see and how much time you have. Why should I take a guided tour, why not visit the city by myself? Well our capital is one of these towns that do not showcase easily its beauty. If you are not very familiar with the town you will probably end up getting lost, missing most of the interesting places or visiting its monuments without understanding why they have been built.