A large number of tourist spots dotted in the small area of Baguio City and it is close to each other. Tam-awan Village is the newly tourist attraction, it consists of Ifugao and Kalinga huts of art gallery, coffee shop, and a workshop hut.
Balatoc Mines & Crosby Park is situated in Itogon, Benguet and just about 30 minute drive from the city. It offers an exciting adventure for the tourist to indulge themselves in mining activities once in their lifetime. The Balatoc Mines Tour is about two hour of touring to the underground and one could experience to ride a train to the famous Vegas Tunnel. It is a fun filling learnung activity where you would know the process of gold mining and dressed up like a miner.
Another spot is to drive along the Kennon Road which was built to connect Baguio City to the lowlands. As you travel you would reach first the Camp 1 with an astonishing view of Bued River and magnificent waterfalls. Next is the Twin Peaks (Camp 2) which boasts of its pristine Klondikes Hot Springs Resort which has a crystalline spring water pool. Camp 3 to 5 is also an exciting driving adventure where you could pass through the zigzag road; one could experience the gentle curve and bend. The temperature is getting cooler as it drives through the camp six. Kennon Road is surrounded with lush green vegetation and verdant tress. You could take a picture at the giant two Lion’s Heads carved in a rock at Camp 6.
Mines View Park is considered as the oldest attraction in Baguio City. It started as the mining place of the American in the 20th century. It offers a stunning view of the Benguet’s gold and copper mines and the lovely Cordillera Mountains. Mines View Park is now a commercial place where you could find giveaways, silverworks stores, handicrafts, carved artifacts store and Good Shepherd Convent store where you could buy their delicacies like strawberry jam, peanut brittle and many more.
Baguio Cathedral or Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral is probably one of the most visited landmarks of the city of pines. It is nestled on top of the Mount Mary Hill. It has more than hundred steps of stairs through the cathedral. It is a sacred place and many of the Filipinos proposed wedding with their fiancée right after they reach the last step of the stairs.