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Legaspi City is the largest city in the Bicol Region in terms of population, though not in land area. It is also the regional center of the region.
The city is served by Legaspi Airport which accommodates Airbus A320, Boeing 737-400, and Boeing 727 and has the Mayon Volcano as its scenic backdrop.
In 2006, the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) recognized Legaspi City as one of the most competitive cities in the Philippines. The the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) also cited the city as the most business-friendly city for the whole South Luzon. To further boost the development of its economy, the city is focusing its efforts on the development of the Bicol Regional Agro Industrial Center (BRAIC) and a Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
Best times to go
The place does not exactly have a pronounced or distinct dry season. So tourists can visit it any time of the year.
Legaspi is rich in history so many of its tourist attractions give us a glimpse of history. These are the Legaspi City Museum, Battle of Legazpi Monument, Unknown Hero's Monument, Japanese Tunnel, Liberty Bell, Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine, and Albay Park and Wildlife.
Because of the many tourist attractions, the city also has a growing number of vacation rentals, sometimes offering family vacation packages. Check out the list of hotels and resorts below.
How to get to Legaspi
Three (3) airlines with about five (5) flights a day to and from Manila to Legaspi. Tourists can also take the buses or private vehicles.