The San Sebastian Cathedral is located at the heart of Tarlac City, across the Tarlac Plazuela, and at the end of Tañedo Street. It was once the venue of the commencement excercise of the Cientifico Literaria Universidad de Filipinas in 1899, when then-Honorable Emilio Aguinaldo was the president of the republic and of the university. Now, the cathedral is one that is frequently visited by pilgrims because of the exposed Blessed Sacrament housed in a chapel inside of it. Recently constructed inside is the cathedral’s baptistery. Continue reading
The Dolores Spring Well is located in Capas, seven kilometers from Tarlac City. This spring is located in hilly terrain is a favorite spot among local excursionists. The spring water is said to be medicinal. An imposing grotto of the image of the Virgin de Lorosa marks the religious character of this natural wonder. Continue reading
The Aquino Center Museum, located in Tarlac City, is dedicated to the late Senator Benigno ‘Ninoy’ Aquino Jr. and his wife, the late President Corazon “Cory” Aquino.
The center houses all the past memorabilia of the Aquino Family. A walk through the past depicting the death of the late senator, the People Power Revolution to the Presidency of President Corazon Aquino. It embodies the celebration of Philippine independence through a timeless capsule of Philippine history.
The Aquino Center Museum was designed by noted Filipino architect Francisco Manosa and is located in the Hacienda Luisita. Continue reading
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, this course in Central Luzon is considered as one of the finest 18-hole, par-72 championship courses in the country. It has hosted top events like the President’s Cup and other golf spectacles of the country. One of its interesting feature is water, where in eleven of its 18 holes have well placed water hazards including hole 17 which is considered to be the most awesome.
The Luisita Golf and Country Club in Luzon is considered one of the finest 18- hole, par-72 Championship course in the country. It has hosted top events like the President’s Cup and other golf spectacle sin the country. Continue reading