Vigan City Hall is a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and architecture lovers. Located in the heart of Vigan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Philippines, the City Hall is a beautiful example of Spanish colonial architecture. Built in the 18th century, it showcases the city's rich cultural heritage and serves as the seat of government for the city of Vigan. Start your day trip to Vigan City Hall by exploring the surrounding Plaza Burgos. This charming public square is named after the Filipino martyr, Padre Jose Burgos, and is lined with trees, benches, and historical markers. Take a leisurely stroll and soak in the atmosphere of this well-preserved Spanish colonial town. Afterward, head to Vigan City Hall and marvel at its grand facade. The building features a combination of European and Filipino architectural styles, with its distinctive red-tiled roof, wooden balconies, and intricate details. Take some time to appreciate the intricate carvings and ornate... Leer más