Vigan attractions.

Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts

Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts The Viva Vigan Festival of Arts is celebrated during the first week of the month of May. It was started in 1993 by the Save Vigan Ancestral Homes Association, Inc. (SVAHAI) to promote awareness of the value of the historic town, which was hoped […]

Vigan City Fiesta

Vigan City Fiesta The Vigan City Fiesta is held every January 25. It is celebrated during the feast day of the conversion of St. Paul the Apostle. St. Paul is Vigan City’s patron saint. Before his conversion, St. Paul was known as Saul, a zealous persecutor of Christians. After he […]

Tres de Mayo Celebration in Vigan

Tres de Mayo Celebration in Vigan The 3rd of May is a very significant religious celebration in Vigan. During this day, the Roman Catholic faithful remembers the successful end of the journey of St. Helena with her son, Prince Constantine, in search of the cross Jesus Christ died in. It […]

Semana Santa in Vigan

Semana Santa in Vigan Holy Week in Vigan is one of the peak tourist seasons. Local and foreign tourists trek to this city with its old world ambience to experience how the Holy Week or Semana Santa, as it is locally known, has been celebrated throughout the centuries by its […]

Religious Museums in Vigan

Religious Museums in Vigan Most of the sights and museums in Vigan that tourists visit are connected with the significant life and contributions of Vigan’s prominent sons and daughters. However, there are a couple of museums that are dedicated to the preservation of the memory of Vigan’s religious past, the […]

Leona Florentino House

Leona Florentino House Upon arriving in Vigan, the next best thing to do after depositing your belongings in your accommodation is to head straight for the Leona Florentino House located at the beginning of the historical and much-photographed Calle Crisologo. It sits near the main plaza and is among the […]

Father Burgos Museum

Father Burgosm Museu Much of Vigan’s history is linked with the Catholic religion spread by the Spanish colonizers. For visitors to have an idea how Filipinos were able to get the best of this faith to further enrich Philippine culture and champion the Filipino race, they should visit the Father […]

Bantay Belfry

Bantay Belfry A ten-minute ride away from Vigan is the historic Bantay Belfry, which sits on a hill. This towering structure is one of the sights that should be visited by travelers not only because of its historical and cultural significance but also because of its commanding view of Vigan […]