Only an hour away from the city are the pyramids of Teotihuacán. These are the tallest pyramids of Mesoamerica and the Pyramid of the Sun is half the size of the Great Pyramid. The best part of my visit – there were close to no tourists around!
Check out Part III of my “A Tourist In Intramuros” series. This post features quick tips when visiting Intramuros and pictures, some of which are already from the first two installments. I also created a map just for you to help when planning your own visit!
Part II of the “A Tourist In Intramuros” series. If you do find yourself in the Manila madness, as I mentioned before, Intramuros is a must. Click to read more and check out pictures around Fort Santiago in this installment.
Intramuros is a great introduction to what the Philippines is about. Explore this city within the walls in this first installment of my “A Tourist In Intramuros” series. I recommend taking a kalesa tour around the oldest district of Manila!
I thought, after becoming a young mother of 2, that my dreams of traveling the world were over. And I’m so happy to find out I was wrong. My name is Katrina and I’m here to inspire you to make your own wanderlust dreams a reality.