Quezon City is located in the northern part of Metro Manila and is considered by many to be the capital of the entertainment district. Travelers will visit the city's famous landmarks, such as the famous Memorial Circle, a mausoleum containing the remains of President Ferdinand Marcos and his wife Gloria, and many other historical monuments. The Quezon Memorial Circle is located at the intersection of Pasay City Road and Manila Boulevard, the main thoroughfare of downtown Manila.
There is also Cubao, where you will find the Araneta Center, where the annual Quezon City Film Festival, the largest film festival in the Philippines, is held. It offers excellent accommodation and great views of the city's famous attractions, such as Memorial Circle and Manila Boulevard.
Once you arrive at the DMIA, all you need to do is take a taxi to Quezon City, served by the Manila International Airport (MIM) subway and Manila Domestic Airport. After disembarking at Manila's domestic airport, you can take a taxi from the airport's pier to downtown, where it costs 200 P200 (300 P300) each way. Once you get off at Philippine Airlines terminal in the Pampanga area, take another taxi for a one hour ride to Quezon City, from where you will cost P100 ($1.50) or P150 (US $2.00). After leaving Philippine Airline (PMI) Terminal 1, you can take a taxi back to your hotel or take a taxi to quezonCity, which requires P50 (PS20).
At the airport there is a shuttle called NAIA Loop that will take you to EDSA MRI station. To reach Quezon City from Dumaguete, you can take a bus or taxi to Cebu, fly to Manila or take another bus / taxi back to Pampanga. If you are flying from the Philippines on an international flight, the plane will land at Manila International Airport (DMIA) or Manila Domestic Airport. You can fly or sail from Cefalu to Quezo City or from Domingo, Quezada, to Quezada and back. Once you reach Quezona City in Cejada or Ceguanas, drive or fly from Manila to Dumaguanes, then take buses or taxis from the MIM subway or Metro Station Manila Metro Rail Transit (MART) to Dombaguet, Cibao, Pangasinan, Baguio City, Manila or Quezan City.
The buses are air-conditioned or regular buses that go to and from the city of Cubao, the central business district of Quezon City, with air conditioning.
San Jose del Monte City is located in the province of Bulacan, directly opposite the Marilao River, west of the city of Cubao. In the east there are two bus lines, one to the north and one to the south, with a total capacity of 1,000 passengers per day.
If you are coming from Pier 15 in Manila City, you can either drive to Quezon City or take public transportation and forget about it by renting a car, taking a taxi and then driving to the main thoroughfare of the city, commonly known as EDSA. There are five MRI lines (3 stations) serving the entire city of San Jose del Monte, while five light rail lines (2) serve the entire city and its suburbs, as well as parts of Bulacan. The Port of Quezo City is the second largest port in the Philippines after Manila and has a total capacity of 1.5 million passengers per day. In the background are two terminals, one in the Bay of Manila and the other near the airport.
If you're in no hurry, you can also take a bus, jeepney or MRI that will take you to Quezon City for less than 30 P30 each way. If you have less money and more time, you should get off at one of the bus stops that will take you from Manila City to the port of Quezo City.
New Manila is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city with a large number of hotels and restaurants. The best way to get from Manila City to Quezon City for less than 30 P30 each way is by shuttle from the MRI. Line 3 runs from Pasay City, Manila, via the New Manila Expressway to the Port of Quezo City and on to Edsa. In addition to the train, you can also take a bus, jeepney or MRT that will take you to other parts of Manila or even the ports.
In addition to shopping and business facilities, Quezon City also offers many opportunities to stay, such as restaurants, bars, shops, cafes, restaurants and even a few bars.
Whether you are here for work or pleasure, there are several hotels in Quezon City that range from cheap to luxurious. Depending on your budget and preferences, it is important to research the type of accommodation available in Quebezon before visiting. If you are in a group, you might want to rent a private villa or stay in one of the family rooms offered by some of the hotels in Quezona City.