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Entering this venue gives you heroic feels and vibes.
You can take a picture with the old canyons. As I walk upstairs I remember the movies that depicts Philippine History, as I reached the top and saw the one I called "Labyrinth" I remember Enteng...More
Nice little historic place maintained in the city. Gives a glimps of past spanish history. Place is well maintained. Entrance for adults is 75 pesos. Has a nice golf course also next to the place. worth to see
This is one of my favorite place. Balurte de San Diego has a good spot to take a selfie or photo with friends. Many sky crepes surround this place, it makes a beautiful view of your photos. Just try climb the fort and look around,...More
Went here after fort santiago tour.
Same.as fort santiago we are lucky to enter this place for free. We saved 150 again... That was sunday btw.
The place is not crowded and u can have your own photo ops with out too much people.around
Our kids loved exploring the Baluarte and Japanese gardens. There was a lot of interesting things to look at and wonder about. We walked all over, climbing the stairs to look down a maze like circular chamber structure, getting in one of the guard towers....More
As part of the Spanish colonial fortification in the walled city called Intramuros, this bastion was then designed and built by a Jesuit Priest in the late 16th century. One of the oldest fortification in Intramuros which began as a circular Fort called Nuestra Senora...More