Stories of history, heritage and legacy are what makes Ilocus Sur a place where people find what they are ultimately searching for. The surroundings roar of times that have past and call out to the present as guests are given a taste of how things were in the olden times.
Vigan is always a must see when going to Ilocus Sur. Calle Crisologo’s cobblestoned street lined with archaic Filipino-Spanish architecture is what Vigan is most known for. Enter the Crisologo Museum and get a peek into one of the province’s most storied families and see some of the memorabilia from its time. Go to the present Governor’s Baluarte and while the grownups marvel at the mere size of the grandiose residence, the kids can enjoy the zoo in the property.
As with any other destination in the Philippines, Ilocus Sur boasts of a wide array of delicacies. With the good food, great people and wondrous history, you will definitely be dreaming of coming back.