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Calle Crisologo

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Mena Crisologo Street, Vigan, Luzon Philippines
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Chariza B wrote a review Mar 2020
Metro Manila, Philippines75 contributions40 helpful votes
It's a good place, and it will really give you an ambiance of yesteryears. However, we went there during Christmas break, and there were really a lot of people! We were not able to get good shots because of the crowd.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Don KC wrote a review Mar 2020
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Walking here feels like walking during the Spanish era. So nice and very picturesque. Lots of souvenirs too!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Stargazer66 wrote a review Mar 2020
Valencia City, Philippines143 contributions53 helpful votes
I find it so amazing, heritage houses turned business establishment. I was looking for a convenience store where i almost surrender after a few minutes maybe there's none but i was surprised to see a well known 7/11 store inside an old building, it's hard to identify the store because the signage was so small not easily seen from a distance. I enjoyed strolling Calle Crisologo, i did not get bored lots of things to see, souvenirs, food, Vigan delicacy. It's a street full of lovely things and full of people strolling around. When I came back home looking at my photos i noticed that pics taken at daytime is different during the night so better be there at night time and daytime, i find it so awesome. Love my stay for just one day and one night, today while writing this review, i wish i extended my stay for i was not able to roam around all of Vigan City.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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beckytph wrote a review Mar 2020
Paranaque, Philippines31 contributions6 helpful votes
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The Heritage City of Vigan was the top choice for our high school batch out of town bonding - composed of seniors celebrating friendships spanning over 50 years. Toured the city in a kalesa (horse drawn carriage) - 17 hired kalesas in all parading through the cobbled stone streets, culture tour of the Syquia Mansion Museum, donned Filipiniana colonial costume in Casa Arce, observed live demo of pottery making in pagburnayan and Ikokano Abel making in the hand weaving home industry. We savored popular Ilokano dishes like bagnet, pinakbet, longanisa and empanada but we were also daring to try out sinanglao, Pipian, igado, ipon and poqui poqui (sauteed grilled eggplant). Best too were vintage Vigan desserts like salapusop, conatillo and masapodrida. We capped our Vigan trip with a farewell dinner in the ambiance of an authentic Vigan house built in the 1800 in Villa Angela Heritage Home. Was a memorable 4 day visit in the Heritage City of Vigan.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ralphie wrote a review Feb 2020
Caloocan, Philippines118 contributions6 helpful votes
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This is our last stop from the Vigan tour and I must say I wasn't really impressed. First this is just a one long street surrounded with small restaurants and souvenir shops on left and right. Horse carriage moving frequently and a museum-like place that showcase some of the history of Vigan. Aside from the horse carriage activity there's really not much to do here other than buy souvenirs and eat. there is lights and sound show in the evening after the church mass but it was meh for me. They could've done better if given a deeper attention but its a free show so yeah... Best to be here at night time.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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