Traveling through captivating Luzon
- Sitting at the northern end of the Philippines, and is the country’s largest and most populous island. It’s known for its mountains, beaches and coral reefs, and is home to Manila, the national capital of the Philippines.
- Set on a deep bay with famed sunsets, the city has many Spanish-colonial landmarks, national memorials and monuments, a centuries-old Chinatown and a diversity of museums.
- Travel through the enchanting provinces with beautiful scenery and encounter friendly people.
Area: 104,688 km²
Population: 48.52 million (2010)
Largest settlement: Quezon City (pop. 2,936,116)
Did you know: Luzon is the fourth-most-populous island in the world by population (53,336,134 )