Diving and dancing in the Philippines
Thousands of islands, tranquil beaches, azure waters and swaying palm trees: welcome to the Philippines. Book a flight to Manila and discover this country and its friendly people. Go snorkelling, diving or take a walk through the jungles full of wildlife. The Philippines truly are a paradise!
Visit Manila’s oldest district
In Intramuros, Manila’s oldest district, you can still find the remnants of the Spanish era, such as the Palacio del Gobernador, Manila Cathedral and Fort Santiago. Rizal Park is Manila’s finest park, where you can join hundreds of Filipinos who spend their leisure time there dancing, singing and relaxing. The park has wonderful open squares, walking paths and a butterfly and orchid garden. Not only is Manila the ideal destination for city trips, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in the Philippines. Treat yourself and book a flight to Manila now!
Serene tranquility and colourful coral
Manila’s hustle and bustle is in stark contrast to the serene tranquility of the numerous islands surrounding it. And yet, the beautiful white-sand beaches are only a short boat ride away from the city. You can also go boating on Kayangan Lake or explore the breathtaking underwater world of the Philippines. Apo Reef National Park and Tubbataha Reef are popular diving spots. Treat yourself to the sight of hundreds of colourful fish and the fabulous coral.
Flights to Manila for a unique vacation
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The oldest neighbourhood in Manila is Intramuros – Latin for ‘inside the walls’. In the 16th century, Manila became the capital of the Philippines and the administrative centre of Spanish colonial rule. Wars and revolutions have left their mark; many Baroque churches and palaces have been destroyed and the wall is partially reduced to a ruin. However, the area still exudes a colonial atmosphere.
As Metro Manila suffers from a serious lack of green space, Rizal Park is a most-beloved tropical oasis. This is where locals flock together to go for a stroll, practise sports, sing and enjoy picnics. Back in colonial times, the wealthy elite would come here after their Sunday visit to the cathedral in Intramuros and parade through the Chinese Garden of ‘Luneta’, as the park was then called.
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