Tagaytay is a welcoming escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The ridge offers a spectacular view of Taal lake and the volcano. The cool mountain breeze makes perfect the eating of a bowl of very hot bulalo (beef shank soup) and some crispy tawilis (fish from Taal lake). Further down the road and just after the arc of Batangas, make a left and follow the dirt road to the quaint and charming church of Caleruega. This serene place is surrounded with vibrant colorful flowers and beautiful landscapes. I could sit on a bench the whole day just to enjoy the silence.






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2 Responses to Caleruega

  1. Nekodomo says:

    Wow, I love Tagaytay. We always stop by there with my family during our weekend trips to my granfather’s place in Batangas. I remember back when I was a kid, there weren’t any restos there yet, just the Mushroom Burger haha.

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