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Flights from Norfolk to Manila

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Airports in Norfolk

Norfolk International Airport is the primary airport serving Norfolk in the U.S. state of Virginia. It is located about 3.45 miles away from the central business district of Norfolk city. The airport serves only domestic flights to some major destinations like New York City, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Chicago. Norfolk International Airport is seamlessly connected to the city through a network of rental cars, shuttles, taxi cabs and transportation network companies.

Explore Manila

Manila is the capital of the Philippines and the most densely populated city proper in the world. it is home to many of the country’s first like its first university (1590), first hotel (1889), first electric supply (1895), first oceanarium (1913) and first stock exchange (1927). The city was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1571, and is chock-full of an enduring architectural heritage that is best seen in its churches, forts and colonial buildings. The city also features a distinct architectural signature (called the Earthquake Baroque style) that was used by Spanish architects to make buildings resilient to frequent earthquakes.

Things to do in Manila

Malacanang Palace

Located in Manila, the Malacañang Palace is the official residence and workplace of the President of the Philippines. This mid-18th century grand building is a classical masterpiece of Spanish colonial and Neo-classical style. Since 1863, it has hosted 18 Spanish Governors-General, 14 American Military and Civil Governors, and all subsequent Presidents of the Philippines.

Ayala Museum

The Ayala Museum is a world-class six-storey building that hosts ethnographic and archaeological exhibits on Filipino art and history near Manila. It was founded in 1967. Visitors are thrilled with its collection of 60 handcrafted dioramas and over 1000 gold objects dating back to pre-Colonial times.

Manila City Hall

The Manila City Hall is the official seat of the Mayor of Manila and the chambers of the Manila City Council. Opened in 1941, this city hall features the country’s largest clock tower that tops at nearly 100 feet and dominates the cityscape during the night when it is lit up.

Best Time to Fly to Manila

The best time to fly to Manila is the cold, dry season that runs from December to March. The city experiences temperatures up to 85 deg F with least amount of rainfall of the year. One can use this time of the year for sightseeing and enjoying Christmas and New Year celebrations.