You haven't been to Vigan then set on foot at Calle Crisologo. Walking along of Calle Crisologo in Vigan takes one back to life during the Spanish colonial era. This brought the city to its prestige as part of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
There are more than one hundred of houses built during the 18th and 19th centuries have extraordinarily retained their original structural design, a combine Hispanic, Chinese and Filipino influences. Many of these houses have now been turned into museum , shops, cafe, and tourist inns.
Calle Crisologo can be explored by walking or take a ride on one of the many Kalesas (horse-drawn carriage) roaming around. My preference was to walk around I would like to take my time exploring it and the places around it.
|With Jay , Empi , Jin at ako...saan si Jin?|
Calle Crisologo is the famous street in Vigan City and trip to these City will not be complete if you don't take a visit to these historic street.