City of New Horizons”


              That Quezon City has been dubbed as the "City of New Horizons" holds truth when it comes to culture and lifestyle - the experience is fresh and not quite what would be expected of the usual urban setting. Fast becoming a famous landmark in the metropolis is the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Nature Center, an experience of nature within the city. Conveniently located at the heart of Quezon City, the area was developed to simulate a natural forest setting and serve as a breather from high-rise and concrete.


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Jeepney is the cheapest mode of transportation and most major roads and destinations are covered by multiple jeepney routes. Public buses, operated by private bus companies, are also available on main routes and could be more convenient and roughly the same price as jeepneys. 
Metered taxis are probably the most comfortable option - just be wary of large taxi fares during rush hours and drivers being picky on their passengers (they try to avoid destinations in crowded areas). 

Smaller lanes and roads in residential areas are plied with bicycles fitted with side cars, termed padyak or traysikel. 
Finally, two lines of the metro system (LRT Line 2 and MRT) run through some main points along the city. While their area coverage is limited - this is the best option for avoiding road traffic especially during rush hour (the metro system is bound to get crowded as well though).



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  • Quezon Memorial Shrine
  • Quezon Memorial Circle
  • Cry of Pugad Lawin
  • La Loma
  • Quezon City Hall
  • Tandang Sora Birth Site
  • Mabuhay Rotunda
  • Camps Crame and Aguinaldo
  • Araneta Coliseum
  • Eastwood City



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  • La Naval Festival Festival (Held every 12 October)A religious celebration in honor of the Nuestra Señora del Santissimo Rosario marked by a Holy Mass followed by a grand procession in the afternoon. 
  • Anniversary of the Cry of Pugadlawin (Held every 24th of August)Another historical event celebrated yearly with a flag-raising and a wreath-laying ceremony followed by a civic parade and a program.



  • The first chosen name for Quezon City was Balintawak City. 
  • It is considered as the “City of the Young” as about half of its 2.68 million population are less than 24 years old.


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