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Flights from Tampa to Manila
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Airports in Tampa
The city of Tampa in Hillsborough County (Florida, US) is primarily served by Tampa International Airport. It is located 9 miles from the city and serves 85 non-stop destinations throughout North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Europe. Passengers can choose to travel between the airport and the city using taxis, rental cars, shared passenger van service and public transportation (or bus).
Manila is the capital of the Philippines and the most densely populated city proper in the world. A colorful box-bracket of art, architecture and culinary arts, the city’s skyline is dominated by several ages-old churches and architectural marvels that tell an interesting tale of its history since its colonial days. The city’s oldest part, the Intramuros (Latin word for ‘Within the Walls) is home to Spanish-era churches and monuments, most of which bore the brunt of Second World War. Other notable attractions here are
Things to do in Manila
Universidad de Santo Tomas (or the University of Saint Thomas)
Built by the Spanish during 1610s, the University of Saint Thomas is the oldest existing university in the Far East and only the second to be founded in the Philippines. It was used as a concentration camp by the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War. The university is famous for its late 17th century collection comprising coins, medals, ethnographic materials and Catholic iconography.
Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción de María de San Agustín (or San Agustin Church)
Originally founded in 1720, San Agustin Church in Manila stands as the third Augustinian church erected on the same site. It flaunts near-perfect symmetry and ornate interiors. This church was used as a concentration camp during the Second World War by Imperial Japanese soldiers.
Palacio de Malacanan (or Malacanang Palace)
The Malacanang Palace hosts the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines. Located in Manila, the palace is one of a series of royal buildings built in Spanish colonial and Neo-classical style, and was built as a summer house in 1750.
Best Time to Fly to Manila
The best time to fly to Manila is the cold, dry season that runs from December to March. With the city comfortably placed around 85 deg F and very less rains, it is the most perfect time of the year to enjoy sightseeing and Christmas and New Year celebrations.