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Calle Crisologo, Vigan
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
With Spanish-style houses and calesas reminiscent of the old colonial era, a walk along Calle Crisologo reveals the heart of Vigan's UNESCO-protected mestizo district. Running 500 m (1,640 ft) in length, the cobblestoned street is crowded with inns and shops set in heritage buildings, testifying to the opulence of a former class of maritime merchants. Take a horse-drawn carriage for the full experience, or simply shop for colorful woven souvenirs. The street remains well-lit at night, making for an atmospheric evening stroll. Arrange to visit Calle Crisologo and other attractions in Vigan using our Vigan trip generator.
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Minus the noisy tricycles and cars, it was really nice to just walk the area and or ride a calesa. It's a good area to buy souvenirs and take photos as the buildings around are reminiscent of the Span... read more »
Christine Joy G
The famous street in Vigan City "Calle Crisologo" It's my second time here and as always, I really admired those heritage houses. This Spanish Colonial structures makes me feel that I'm part of the hi... read more »
Calle Crisologo is one of the famous places in Vigan. And i am agree with that. The place is very rich in history and culture. The ancestral houses really reminds the old century. And they are still w... read more »
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