Manila’s Fort Santiago is one of the oldest parts of the city. This is where you can find the famous Rizal Museum where his life and works are proudly presented.
Tagaytay is located in the province of Cavite. The Taal Volcano is visible from any point of this town. This town is also the location of the Shrine or the Sacred Heart or The Pink Sister’s Monastery.
Here are the available modes of transport from Manila to Tagaytay.
Manila To Tagaytay By Train
From Manila, get to the central station of the Light Rail Transit and take the ride that will bring you to Baclaran. From Baclaran, walk towards Roxas Boulevard and take any bus that is bound to Tagaytay. The railway travel time is 30 minutes and the one way train ticket costs US$3. To learn more, get the schedules here: http://www.lrta.gov.ph/train_operating_schedules.php
Manila To Tagaytay By Bus
The distance between Manila to Tagaytay is 60 km. If coming from Manila, take any bus along Taft Avenue that is bound to Redemptorist Church or Baclaran. From Baclaran, wait for buses that are bound to Tagaytay or Emilio Aguinaldo Highway and Silang. The total travel time is four hours and the one way ticket can be purchased for US$4. To know more, visit: http://www.ltfrb.gov.ph/
If you want to drive; the travel time is three hours.
Manila To Tagaytay By Plane
There are no flights that cover the Manila to Tagaytay flight route.