The long history of the Philippines as a colony of Spain left a deep influence in its culture, particularly in its architecture. The existence of numerous churches in Manila, the capital, attests to this. Some notable churches in Manila are the Church of San Agustin, a World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO because of its outstanding Baroque architecture.
With plenty of sights and activities in and around the metropolis, it is recommended that visitors plan their trip ahead of time so they can accommodate attractions outside the city.
Here’s a three-day itinerary suggestion for travelers that covers the historical sights in Manila and popular attractions in Pagsanjan and Subic. More options are available on City-Discovery.com.