Victory Liner to Baguio City
One of the most convenient ways in getting to Baguio is via Victory Liner.? Some prefer to drive up with their own cars but I look at commuting to Baguio as a more comfortable choice.? Why?? Victory Liner ensures safety and their terminals and schedules are the standard.
As of April 2011 the bus fare getting to Baguio is Php 430.00 (from Cubao) / Php 440.00 (from Pasay). For those who want larger seats and more leg room you can try to book yourself tickets for the deluxe buses.? Recently they threw in free wi-fi on-board as well!? The price range is between Php 650.00 to Php 700.00.? I’m not sure if it has increased (perhaps slightly) since my last trip was in 2010.? There are limited deluxe bus trips per day.
If you’re going to Baguio from Manila, head to either the Pasay or Cubao terminals.? These terminals have buses going to Baguio every hour.? Just check the schedule at the official website.
Leaving Baguio?? There are two terminals you need to know about.? The really nice terminal has buses going to Manila (Pasay, Cubao) while the old terminal at the foot of SM Baguio has buses going to Central Luzon (Olongapo, Zambales, etc.).
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