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Tuguegarao Barangays

Tuguegarao City is politically subdivided into 49 barangays, headed by elected barangay chairman. Barangay chairman are lected officials that seats as head of the smallest unit of society in the Philippines, the Barangay.

Central Tuguegarao or the Poblacion:
Centro 1 (Pob.)
Centro 2 (Pob.)
Centro 3 (Pob.)
Centro 4 (Pob.)
Centro 5 (Pob.)
Centro 6 (Pob.)
Centro 7 (Pob.)
Centro 8 (Pob.)
Centro 9 (Pob.)
Centro 10 (Pob.)
Centro 11 (Pob.)
Centro 12 (Pob.)

Things to Do in Tuguegarao City

Best Things to do in Tuguegarao City, Philippines. See TuguegaraoCity.Net’s traveler tips on what to do in Tuguegarao. Guys let me share you tips about top things to do in Tuguegarao City, Philippines.

As your travel guide, here are recommended things to do for visitors of this city. I also included some Tuguegarao tourist spots/attractions that you may visit too.

Planning a to make a trip to Tuguegarao City? You need to have a My to do List of Things to Do in Tuguegarao City in order to enjoy your trip and make the most of the activities you will do in the city.

I advice you to read this wonderful article on how to get to there. It contains useful information on how to get there. Click here to read more..."How to go to Tuguegarao?".

 If you were already in the city, you may include this highly recommended things to do in your My to do List. 1. Kalesa Tour or Tricycle Tour around Tuguegarao City.
2. See the two old Churches of Tuguegarao: St Peters Cathedral and San Jacinto Church.
3. Have side trips from Tuguegarao, take a visit on Basilica of Our Lady of Piat and Callao Caves in PeƱablanca, Cagayan.

Here are some tips from our friends in our old forum site:

Christopher shared a post last December 1, 2011 at 12:11 am. Here are somethings you can do while in tour inTuguegarao City and nearby places. Try it to have a good travel experience inTuguegarao.
*Take a Kalesa tour around the city.
*Check out the Museum of Cagayan and see all Historic Artifacts about our place in the Research Center *See Patroness of Cagayan Valley at the Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Piat in Piat, Cagayan
*Explore Callao Caves
*Eat Pansit Batil Patong and Tuguegarao Zinagan!

Tour ride around the Colorful Kalesa,Tricycles or Jeepneys. Although Tuguegarao is now considered one of the first-class city in the Philippines, there are still Calesa that are roving around the city. A Kalesa is horse-drawn wagon/cart that is used in ancient Tuguegarao, but it is still one of the major form of transportation that is used in the city. You may also ride in Tricycles or Jeepneys. Tricycles is considered as the number one most popular mode of transportation in the city.

 Harold shared too, December 1, 2011 at 12:48 am Going to Tuguegarao? Get advice on things to do in Tuguegarao from the locals and travelers who’ve been there. When you visit this place here are more additional things you may add to your things to do list.
* The city’s pansit batil patong is really worth trying.
* Take photos of the Buntun bridge, it is the country’s longest river bridge before.
 Side Trips:
* Visit the Shrine of the Miraculous Our Lady of Piat.
* See the famous way of the cross in Iguig, it has life size statues of Stations of the Cross.
* See great white beaches in Claveria, Sta Ana and Palaui Islands.
 * See the oldest bell in the Far East in Camalaniugan!

 Paulo a forumer too shared last December 1, 2011 at 1:53 another thing to do is to witness the City Festival during the month of August. In this month, the city celebrates the Ibanag Pav-vurulun Festival.There are a lot of great events like beauty pageants, a street dance competition, battle of the bands, pansit eating contest and more. To know more Pav-vurulun Festival you may check out the sites archives, there are post related to Pav-vurulun Festival in this website FYI.There are some foreign and many local visitors and guests coming from neighboring towns, cities and provinces that flock in the city just to witness this magnificent Ibanag cultural festival. So expect to see a lot of proudly Ibanag Culture showcased all around the city. Though, the city can be very crowded during the week of the festival, better book a hotel 2-3 weeks prior the city fiesta to have a advantageous stay in the city.

Carlo a forum member too shared: Take a Visit to the famous Religious Sites in the City like Saint Peter’s Cathedral and Saint Hyacinth Church…Our city and neighboring towns has a lot of churches built by the Roman Catholic, a Christian Religious Group in the Philippines who made famous pilgrimage sites for you to visit and renew your faith during Semana Santa (Holy-week) . Visiting this pilgrimage sites are oftentimes called Visita Iglesia. Tuguegarao and Cagayan has also have some several centuries-old churches that you may visit, you can check out some of the featured church buildings in the sites archive. However, if you are not a Roman Catholic or a Christian, you can still roam around these churches and see how interesting the architecture of the churches built in Tuguegarao and in Cagayan Valley. Another significant Religious Sites near the city is the Iguig Calvary Hills. In here you can see larger-than-life statues of the Way of the Cross depicting what had happened in Mount Calvary scenes thousands of years ago.

Tuguegarao, How to get there?

How to get there, by air or road?
Travel Information:

By Land:

Tuguegarao City is about 483 kilometers north of Metro Manila. The total travel time from Manila to Tuguegarao is about 12 hours by bus and passenger vans, though you can reach Tuguegarao via SCTEX and via Roxas for about 8-10 hours depending how many times you visit some stopovers along your way to Tuguegarao.

Local Information About Tuguegarao City

Tuguegarao is a booming city in the province of Cagayan, Philippines. It is currently the capital city of Cagayan after the very first city of Cagayan -Nueva Segovia- in 1595(Now municipality of Lal-Lo) and was the seat of the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia before it was moved to Vigan, Ilocos Sur, and in 1839 the provincial seat of power was relocated to the town of Tuguegarao. Learn more about Tuguegarao City

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