A stay at the resort can be whatever you imagine it to be-totally relaxed or filled with the most exciting experience.From the first moments of daybreak, one begins a journey of a most memorable vacation.
If you are not coming with a tour group, Partas buses are the most reliable forms of transport to La Union (and it passes through San Juan) from Manila. Other buses that operate in the area from Manila are Dominion Bus Lines, Farinas, Maria de Leon, Philippine Rabbit and Viron, which leaves Manila terminals every hour. Pick the buses that go to either Narvacan, Laoag, Abra, or La Union. It will take about 5-6 hours travel from Manila (San Fernando is 273 kilometers north) but will only take an hour if you are coming from Baguio City.
Jeepneys, tricycles, mini-buses, and rent-a-vans are the mode of transport within the province. If you are taking your own car and you are coming from Manila, take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and then connect through the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), exit at Hacienda Luisita in Tarlac and follow the National Highway through Pangasinan and then La Union. You can get a more detailed map of Northern Luzon (La Union included) at one of the bookstores.
Upon visiting La Union, you might also want to go to these tourist attractions:
- Fiesta Casino
- Bacsil Ridge
- Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
- Battle of San Fernando Marker
- Luna Watchtower
- Baroro Bridge Marker
- USAFIP, NL Military Shrine and Park
- Museo de La Union
- Museo de Iloko
- Agoo-Damortis National Seashore Park
- Shrine of Our Lady of Charity
- Shrine of Our Lady of Namacpacan
- Agoo Apparition Site
- Macho Temple
- La Union Botanical and Zoological Garden
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