Ferdinandina Hotel

Address: 26 Mabini Street, Vigan, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 26 Mabini Street, Vigan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ferdinandina Hotel Vigan

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Vigan

Horse drawn carriages and cobbled streets

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 24, 2013

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... this was primarily due to the architecture being so, old and Spanish. A good sleep later and we were up and out of the hotel for a day trip around Vigan. It is known as the oldest town in the Philippines because it managed to avoid any sort of bombardment during WWII and as such, the colonial Spanish houses and buildings still stand amidst cobbled streets and century old plazas. One street in particular has become a national heritage site and is closed to traffic, all except ...

Indoors in Vigan

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 14, 2012

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... drink everytime I sat down for my meals. In this searing heat, it meant that I basically watched cable TV in my room all day, slept and only headed out for meals when the stomach calls. At least I made some entries for my diary.

Blizzard in Night Bus Part II
Surprisingly when I left Vigan Hotel ...

Vigan, moving back in time

A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 03, 2012

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... open window (most buses have AC but there are plenty without). After about an hour the conductor asked us to change the bus and hop to mini-bus. He was so in a hurry. He went with us to the mini-bus and gave some money to the driver (for our ticket to Vigan). "Are you going to Vigan?" I asked the driver few times and every time I got the answer YES. We changed and squeezed with locals for another hour. Then the driver asked us to change the mini-bus again ...

Rice terraces and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 23, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... villages below us. Audrey and Ava are in awe, the 3 boys a bit annoyed, wondering if there isn't anything to do besides gaping at the horizon. The only thing missing is a thermos of coffee.
After breakfast at the inn, we head back into the village, were in a matter of a couple of hours, an entire market has been set up along the main road. Villagers from all over have come to town to sell and trade their crops. The road is packed with people and ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek on Feb 12, 2012

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... main road, that it’s almost impossible to travel more than 40m/60k per hour. Factor in rest stops and it’s a slow go.

It’s worth it, though. I was skeptical up until the last hour that Baguio was truly a “mountain” town, but sure enough, we finally start climbing, and the scenery immediately becomes more interesting and the roadsides full of wood-carvings and furniture made from the local forests. This region is called the ...