Living in San Fernando City, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit San Fernando City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in San Fernando City what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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6 comments on “San Fernando City”

San Fernando City could naturally be like other cities in the world, however, the ambience is way far from the chaotic and quite-polluted environment we often see. It is home. Since it is in the heart of Ilocos Region, you could feel the provincial aura yet you could taste its classic elegance when it comes to its rich culture and tradition.

The people in the city are friendly. It’s always hot in summer but there are a lot of beaches. There are several colleges to choose from. You can enroll in one of the medical, engineering, or finance colleges. Traffic is a pain, though. But not to worry, there’s plenty of options for the mode of transport.

Glycell, says: 2020

Our City is a well-known area is fun to be with. This area is far from different kinds of calamities due to the high grounds that City have and the people are so caring and funny. The people came from this City is mostly famous because of their own personalities.

Marsie, says: 2020

Our city is not that big like others. It is one of the rice distributing places in our country since the main work of people here depends on agriculture.

Justine, says: 2020

Our city, San Fernando, La Union, is known for being a People’s City. It embraces the voice of the public and caters sustainable environment for its people. This city focuses on nation building and human empowerment. Aside from that, it is safe and heartwarming place for the tourist and the locals as well.

Czarina, says: 2020

San Fernando City is the capital of the Province of La Union where the different ethnicity of the neighboring provinces had seemed to have meet herein, hence creating a multi-diverse culture and tradition. It may not be as modernized compared to other cities but it could be compared to some first class cities within the National Capital Region. When one wishes to migrate here, I think the very first factor to consider is the quite-dense population which results to excessive air pollution especially in the central business district.

Bernie, says: 2020

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